Tomorrow’s Elusive Target (The 22nd!) is the Bookkeeper. He’ll be skulking around the Colorado map, with the added modifier being that if any sign of combat pops up, he’ll pop out of the map and the mission will be scrubbed.
Hitman is a game of singular focus. A single character, a single target at a time and a single way to die in any single playthrough. As a game of assassination, it’s superb in the way it handles the world around Agent 47. And that’s because while his targets are walking slabs of fragile soon-to-be-expired meat, Agent 47 himself is …
Listen up, ladies and gentlemen. As Darryn’s been saying for what seems like forever now, the new Hitman is damned amazing. It’s very possibly the best Hitman game to date: An episodic, open-world sandbox that lets you murder people however you see fit. Here's who won a copy.
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