Mission ten: A Dance with the Devil. The second mission set in Las Vegas although they don't tell you this, it could be in any part of America. The playing field is a building currently hosting a "Heaven and Hell" party split into requisite areas (penthouse and basement) with an expansive parking lot (purgatory?) in between. Two mission targets, a CIA agent (Anthony Martinez) playing both sides and Vaana Ketlyn; during the mission you'll also meet two other assassins: Maynard John who challenges you to a contrived duel, and "Eve" who takes time out of butchering a song to try and seduce 47.
Mission nine: A House of Cards. A Las Vegas casino and a three way transaction for clone DNA, no kitschy weddings here. A long and involved mission which doesn't give nearly enough reward for your patience. A cosmopolitan set of targets this time: a scientist, a South African seller and a Middle Eastern buyer.
Mission eight: Till Death do us Part. The second of the two Mississippi missions, this time set during a wedding party; the targets are a business man, Pappy LeBlanc, and the groom of the wedding. One of the mission objectives is a "strictly no touching" policy on the bride of the wedding meaning the targets must be taken out precisely; not a problem here.
Mission seven: Death on the Mississippi. Set on a paddle-steamer slinking along the Mississippi river, the mission is to eliminate Skip Muldoon, the flamboyant captain, and six of his gang called the "Gators". A footnote to this otherwise tricky and involved mission is to retrieve some photographs from a safe within Skip's quarters...
Mission six: You Better Watch Out. Set during Christmas time in a secluded mansion in the Rocky Mountains the mission is to eliminate Lorne de Havilland, a local porn tycoon, and Chad Bingham Jr., son of a well-respected American politician. As well as taking out the targets you have to retrieve a compromising video tape and avoid another assassin who has been sent to take 47 out.