Prefer Play Arts Kai to Hot Toys? You’re looking for something more stylised in the art design department probably. Style which the latest Black Panther and Justice League Batman figures from that brand have plenty of.
IO clearly still believes in Agent 47. I. But they’re going to need more funds to keep the lights on as they work on season 2 of Hitman, which means more people need to buy that first superb game. Still not sold on it? There’s a solution that: A taste of the sandbox in the form of Hitman– Welcome to The Playground.
Last Month, Square Enix revealed that it had cut Hitman developer IO Interactive loose, and the future of the barcoded, bald assassin was in jeopardy. In a new statement, the developer revealed that sanity has somehow prevailed. IO is now officially an independent developer again – and has kept the rights to Hitman.
Square Enix announced that the Team Ninja developed final fisticuffs simulator will hit PlayStation 4 consoles in 2018 under the name of Dissidia Final Fantasy NT because I’m dead certain that the names for these titles are chosen via the trusty dartboard method.
A couple of years back, something changed in the homeland of fantastic video games. The quality started dipping, innovation was chucked out the window and everyone wanted to make a quick Yen on the mobile market. That resulted in a period of stagnation for Japanese-developed games. An era of shoddiness that Sony wants to do away.
There’s still plenty of work for Agent 47 to tackle and even more necks to garrotte with some fancy carbon-fibre monofilament strangling tools as IO Interactive just detailed the month of content ahead for the iconic assassin. June will see two new escalation contracts, ten featured contracts and a brand new Elusive Target added to the schedule.
Final Fantasy XVI is about as inevitable as guns in a Call of Duty game. How far away is it though? Maybe not too far, because evidence points towards Square Enix gathering talent for a "super-famous" RPG in the same vein as their beloved franchise. Or a Chrono Trigger remake. Maybe.
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