The first season of Hitman has produced the definitive Agent 47 experience in a world of intrigue, espionage and murder.
By now, you’re more than familiar with Afghanistan in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Your Mother Base is expanding nicely, Diamond Dog is all grown up and you all owe me 50 cents whenever you mention something “D” in the game, because I have a copyright on that consonant. But if you really want to establish yourself as …
Yeah, definitely! It’s not like that headline above is pure clickbait, amirite? Oh yeah, 100% facts baby! I’m all about the heads being rolled around, in a vague and surreal sense. So let’s get down to it, enough waffling around. Let’s see these heards roll around already!
War. War never changes. Especially in the laundry department, where your detergents fight a never-ending battle against the crimson insurgents who soak through your threads. And that’s something that you’re going to have to get used to in Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain.
I’ve got a confession to make: I haven’t exactly seen the previous Mission Impossible film, Ghost Protocol. That’s primarily due to the fact that I had a severe distaste for the franchise after Mission Impossible III, easily the weakest film in the series when compared to the stellar first 1996 flick and the actiongasm that was the sequel. Apparently I’m an even bigger idiot …
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