Posts Tagged Hitman
No Hitman at E3, IO Interactive confirms
IO Interactive has put rumours of a Hitman appearance at E3 to bed with a new blog post about the next game in the series.
IO gives details on next Hitman game, actually sounds good
In an open letter to the community, IO Interactive have offered some details of the next game in the Hitman series – being developed for PC and “next-gen consoles”, which I’m guessing means “current-gen consoles”, since they’re out – and it actually sounds rather good.
Next Hitman not cancelled
Yesterday rumours were circulating that the new Hitman game had been cancelled.
Bit of a steal: Thief series going cheap on GOG this weekend
Would you like to own three (well, there’s some debate about the third, but at least two) great Thief titles before Square Enix ruins it with a reboot in which Garrett only has periodic control over his legs?
IncGamers Podcast #119
Even the persistent funk of hay fever (Paul) and crippling back pain (Tim) can’t prevent the weekly IncGamers Podcast, as the team re-assembles after E3 to find a landscape somewhat barren of PC news.
IO Interactive cancels all projects except Hitman, half of the staff laid off
IO Interactive is feeling the pinch of Square Enix’s new-found caution towards Western-developed titles, as it was confirmed today that the Danish developer has had to lay off half of its staff.
Film News Corner: JJ Abrams pairs with Valve, another Hitman movie exists
Welcome to Film News Corner; number one in a series of one, and a useful way to combine two games-n-film stories into a single handy package.
Biggest PR Gaffes of 2012
There’s a saying in journalistic circles: “never make yourself the story.” In the world of games development, where a stray interview comment or ill-advised PR stunt can blow up across media sites in a matter of minutes, that’s not always an easy rule to stick to.
Hitman Absolution aims to be tough as nails with ‘Contracts’ mode [Interview]
It’s annoying being an assassin sometimes… I imagine. You like killing people so much that you’ve dedicated your life to it, but you can only kill who you’re told.