HITMAN 2 is exactly what a sequel to the fantastic HITMAN (2016) should have been and so much more.
Hitman: The Complete First Season is a fantastic stealth experience with tons of replayability that is only held back by a few of the levels and the plot.
It’s been a while since Hitman Episode 2: Sapienza hit and there have been two main episodes and a bonus episode released since. Hitman also received some hefty patches since, but the annoying online focus is still there. This is a problem if you don’t want to download multiple patches that weigh in at about […]
Sapienza presents what Episode 1 should have been, with its big sandbox and variety of ways to achieve objectives with great core gameplay.
The first Hitman episode just shows how far Square Enix is willing to go to shove an online system where it doesn’t belong, and splitting up what could have been a great game into episodes ruins the overall experience despite great core gameplay.
Game releases in India for March 2016 include The Division, the first episode of Hitman, EA Sports UFC 2, and PC releases for Far Cry: Primal, WWE 2K16, and Need for Speed.
If you pre-ordered Hitman, you will be getting access to the Hitman beta in mid-February, but only if you have a PS4 or a fairly beefy PC.
Square Enix and Io Interactive have now changed the release structure of Hitman and announced the game will be “fully episodic.”
“These few extra months will mean we can add more to the launch content of the game, more than we had originally planned,” says IO.
Hitman will get an initial digital release in December, with story content constantly being added, and the game concluding in 2016.
The as yet unnamed game is headed to PC, PS4 and Xbox One and will feature a globe-trotting Agent 47 “at his prime”.
Fast and the Furious’ Paul walker to become Agent 47 in Hitman movie reboot.
If you’re looking for a game that can tax your brain and deliver a highly satisfying pay off for your patience, Absolution is right up your alley.
A worthwhile incentive for those looking to preorder Hitman: Absolution.
47 and IO at E3.
Ian Livingstone is a legend in the video game industry. Commonly referred to as ‘the father of Lara Croft’, Livingstone was recently appointed Life President of Eidos following its acquisition by Square Enix. Livingstone has worked actively with the British government to make gaming a more socially acceptable form of entertainment, and he has also […]