Ohh Hitman affected me many times:
-When I discovered the corpse of the girl in the Meatkings Party I lost it. I was sooo pissed off. Killed his brother,strangled him to death if I recall correctly.Then I proceeded dragged his body to a hook just to hang it while being very careful in not getting caught.
-Killing Joe Clarence. It was a very good target because killing him was more in the “morally grey” area. He is broken,saddened,blackmailed by a bunch of 2-bit-gangsters. And now this baldheaded psycho menaces to open up his head with an hammer after showing him a pick of a teen that died god knows how long ago after killing his assistant? I felt like an actual Hitman. As long as I get my check I do what I have to do. Which is something I’d like to see a bit more. Feels great to open up a bastard that deserves it,feels great to ALSO deal with the fact that you are a remorseless killer,not a hero. If they somehow decided to have 47 kill a lovable granny for one million dollars he’d do it.
-Blood Moneys Ending had me stunned in how amazing Diana’s plan truly was. I should’ve seen it coming but I legitimately thought that was IT for 47 the first time around. Then I felt the pulse beating and I got up. Awesome way to end an awesome game.
-When 47 shot Diana,scarred me for life man. #feelsbadman
-Contracts Ending,made me feel like a badass and I went Rambo on every cop on the map. Sorry but the rattling music and 47s speech were just too awesome not to end it guns blazing
-Blood Money,when you replace the prop gun with a real mauser and get Alvaro killed,then kill Delahunt with a falling chandelier and Apocalypse starts playi ng. I felt like a badass!
-Jasper Knight’s Ejector seat kill had me rolling on the floor of laughter,it was unexpected as hell.
-SA’s ending made me feel a little bit empty,as it should have. SA had an unexpectedly powerful story telling at times. Really loved how fitting the ending was.
-Jordan Cross’s Confrontation,it was some sort of insight in 47’s mind and way of talking and had me paying full attention to the dialogue lines all the way through.