Hitman: Absolution begins with 47 driving an ice cream truck, so it's not that much of a stretch that one of the weirdest easter eggs in the game features the vehicle's deadly return.
Far be it from me to only harp on Hitman: Absolution's less admirable qualities. The game is also frequently funny, and often very well-written. The overheard dialogue is often worth sticking around and listening to, and the crowd chatter is among the most convincing I've ever heard in a game. (The game itself is a…
Hitman: Absolution is a game that requires a lot of sneaking around, and like most sneaking games, you'll find yourself regularly incapacitating guards and stashing their bodies. Every time you stash a guard in closet, his body will slump standing up over to the left side of the enclosure.
Hitman: Absolution is a wickedly smart, darkly enjoyable video game, one that's as generous to players as its protagonist is merciless to his victims. You'll stab, strangle and shoot your way through level after level, sometimes grimacing, sometimes scowling, sometimes laughing. When all is said and done, you'll…
Purposefully vulgar marketing isn't the only thing controversial about the new Hitman game Hitman: Absolution; plenty of folks are worried that the game itself will be a big departure from the slow-paced, careful gameplay of the first games. The Splinter Cell: Conviction to Blood Money's Chaos Theory, if you will.
The Italian retail site 16Games has listed a PS3 HD collection for the Hitman series. The Hitman Triple Pack will reportedly include Silent Assassin, Contracts and Blood Money.
This may be the best whack job from IO Interactive's Hitman: Blood Money, as played by TheAuZZieGamer. For those unfamiliar with this particular Hitman mission, it involves the assassination of Vinnie "Slugger" Sinistra, an FBI informant in the Witness Protection Program.