Excerpt: You are standing at the main entrance of the wall surrounding the mansion grounds, sweat beading on your forehead from the midday sun. Extremely bored, you cast a quick glance down at your wristwatch. Damn. Still over three hours to go until you’re relieved of post. Annoyed, you kick at a rock, sending it skipping down the path leading away from the estate. As your eyes track the bouncing stone, you spot the postman sauntering towards your position.
Excerpt: The original Hitman title was critically acclaimed on the PC. Despite
suffering some debilitating flaws, it was intriguing and the plot
elements really leant meaning to tie the whole corpus together. The
sequel is much more elaborate, both in the planning and the action, but
most importantly in the setup. Some assassinations take not one, but
two levels for you to even get remotely close to the target.