'Hitman: Game of the Year Edition' Brings New Campaign, Tools, and Targets
If you missed one of the best games of 2016, this edition seems like a great opportunity to remedy that.
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Hitman Has Finally Fixed Its Most Dangerous Bug: A Killer Toilet
Combat is about to get smoother for all sub-'professional' players.
The Beauty of the Bleak
From 'The Americans' to 'The Banner Saga', find the joy in utter despair.
IO Interactive Goes Indie, and Keeps Important Hitman IP
The Danish company announces that they’re “officially an independent studio.”
I Think I Killed 'Hitman'
How irrational buying habits kept me away from one of last year's greatest games.
'Hitman' Asks Gamers to Be Patient and Precise
The new 'Hitman' can't be played like most triple-A games, and is both fascinating and frustrating for its refined restrictions.
The Puzzling ‘Hitman GO’ Is an Addictive Alternative to Its Parent Game
Out now on PlayStation 4 and Vita, Square Enix Montréal's mobile hit is both gorgeous and approachable in its 'Definitive Edition.'
How ‘Hitman: Contracts’ and ‘Blood Money’ Had Players Loving the Alien Agent 47
IO's stealth series was never better than during its mid-noughties highs, where people became creatures, just targets to "switch off."
Why 'Hitman' Is Ditching the Long, Traditional AAA Game Development Cycle
Murder in small(er) doses as the series goes episodic.
The New ‘Hitman’ Game May Prove to Be the Pinnacle of the Series
It's more like <i>Blood Money</i> than <i>Absolution</i>, which is basically all you need to know, right?
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Talking to the Voice Behind the Hitman Games
For 15 years, David Bateson has been playing the role of gaming's most infamous assassin.
VICE vs Video games
‘Kane & Lynch: Dead Men’ Handled Violence with a Nuance That's Rare in Video Games
IO Interactive's 2007 game is deeply flawed, but it's still one of the boldest shooters of the past 15 years.