I did play H2SA before SC also but Hitman was always more of a social stealth while the likes of SC and Thief were hide in shadows and don’t make a peep.
I also struggled with running “new” games on my PC back in ~2005, was lucky with PT since my ol’ FX5500 was able to run it but I wouldn’t dare to say that it was buttery smooth
Pretty much this. It has to be a licensing issue, I can think of other games that were partnered with phone manufacturers that never got a digital release (True Crime and Motorola being on the top of my head)
Wow, I´m genuinely surprised they actually did something for the anniversary! More so that it wasn´t just a “Happy 20th anniversary” tweet or something like that.
I like what I´m hearing from the devs at this point, they seem to know what the franchise fans want and what made the first three/four games great (hopefully the higher-ups won´t meddle in that…). Though I would still prefer a slightly retconning sequel and one last huraah for Sam and the gang over a remake. Still, if it turns out to be good and will secure a future for the franchise, I certainly won´t complain.
Now we just need to wait god knows how many years before it comes out… (if it actually does)
Also, calling out that IGN idiot for saying Shanghai was a CT level…
No rush and no need of course. Just lemme know when and if you get around to it
Actually, I´d have the same request for anyone here who has Pandora Tomorrow on Xbox, PS, or an original PC version (I have mine back home and am currently running an “alternative”, so just in case).
The request pertains to the presence of certain bits of intel in the game which probably ought to be there but - at least in my case - are not. So I want to find out if it´s a version-specific thing or not… If there are other people here who would be willing to check for me, let me know and I´ll write down the details.
It was meant sarcastically. I´m not getting hyped at all, for the very reasons you mention The concept arts and talk from devs are nice, but until I see something tangible (which probably won´t be in less than a year), the game´s existence and quality are merely theoretical
But hey, if they spur the appetite a bit in the meantime by releasing a PC port of Double Agent V2, I won´t complain