Not play Hitman for while


#21

#22

Did you get the itch back yet?

Try doing a contract starting with nothing. That put me back into a rhythm. Then I did World of Tomarrow starting with no gun. I kept a minimal disguise change and I was situational with what I kept in my magic pockets. If i needed a envirenmental item/tool/weapon Id use it for its purpose and then I would toss it. Since I’ve played the level so many times, I play loose now. More opportunity to get in a fire fight or play the mini game of crowd control. One muscle of this game is getting out of hell by the skin of your teeth.

I was in, total rich butthole, Caruso’s room and the place was high alert on the floor below. I was after his DNA bomb that he keeps in his Model Boat, but I had no gun to shoot it, just a crowbar and the explosive golf ball. I threw the crowbar at it 3 time, but nothing happened.

I could either throw the ball and make a great escape or fuck with the gaurd outside the room and get his gun. Either way it was all loud. I thought about it for 10 seconds and realized that there was also a golf club in the model boat room. …It turned out to be heavey enough to break the boat.

Try putting your self in bad situations…


#23

I do not like bad situations, but I love how everyone has their own way to play. I was in Sapienza yesterday and just decided to do a Master difficulty run. First time doing a Master run there.

Ol’ Santa 47 went in with the Sieger 300 and completed all of The Classics Master challenges in one run. I am already at 20 mastery in Sapienza so there was nothing to unlock, yet it was just really exciting for some reason.

Sometimes you just make your own fun.


#24

Not yet. Maybe I liking for new map also missions. Contracts game mode not very fun for me. “Targets” not really have unique option for killin unless is real target from story. Maybe I trying be creative next time I playing. I am Intrest in other game for now. Thank you!


#25

With my controller wigging out unexpectedly (the left trigger shorting out or something) I know I’ll be playing a lot less than I’d like to. That is, until I get the controllers I ordered from Amazon. There was one controller I could’ve bought that had buttons instead of analog triggers. I’m sure I’d need the analog triggers for things like precise aiming and slowing time with sniper rifles.


#26

I can’t believe you play with a controller on PC.


#27

I don’t know if anyone else does this, but I like to make Hitman missions feel sort of cinematic. I have a list of canon kills that I keep experimenting with in different ways until I find the best possible method which leans more towards realism, efficiency and variety. They usually take long and don’t always go as planned due to certain random factors, but I find it enjoyable.


#28

I had played with consoles most of my gaming life/career - whatever you want to call it. However, I do play games that are in 1st person with a keyboard and mouse (no, I’ve never had a 1st person game on any console). But with 3rd person - I feel more comfortable with the analog sticks. I’ve tried playing Hitman with the keyboard, but it doesn’t feel comfortable to me at all. Although, I know it would be good to practice using it. :confused:


#29

Analog sticks for sure, but the way you have to hold down the buttons in order to do anything is infuriating to me. For M/K you only have to hold down for the “use” button.

I get where you’re coming from. Blood Money, the first Hitman game I owned, I played on X360