Unpopular Opinions about Hitman V2

Everyone has their favorites, I still think they all look great for their time


I even like the old BM version and the second version of the early 2016 face

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You like Habsburg 47?

Ok, his face in C47 was pretty good for the time, but his chin was way too large.

This is like the worst picture of Codename 47s 47

His Chin doesnt even look so bad in the game, imo

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Yeah, I’ve been replaying Codename 47 recently, working on a walkthrough video and there was never a moment where you could see his chin as sharp as the one in that screenshot. Maybe just bad angles.

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I wish they’d show him relying on his looks more in missions. We already have NPC’s like Jackie Carrington commenting on how hot he is. Why not have him use it to his advantage and flirt his way into somewhere he isn’t supposed to be, the way he does with his voice?

nice, feel free to @ me when its ready. i have to do something like this too, sometime.

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Sure thing, it should be done today / tomorrow since I’m on “the setup” which is super easy. You can finish it with saving Smith in SO in less than 5 minutes. :smile:

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He may have the looks and the voice but he doesn’t have the personality that can flirt with someone. If Diana would one day drop all of her clothes on the floor in front of 47, he’d be like “Just send me the briefing” and leave the room.

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but he didn’t said No when she gave him a blowjob on the ICA Christmas Party, at least in that FanFiction :joy:

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To be fair. Diana not the type I would flirt with either

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I absolutely hate 47’s face is C47 - Contracts, he looks silly and goofy, its impossible for me to take seriously. Its so long and slim its like a squashed pancake with a hilariously mean face.

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What about the whole “wrap your lips around this” line he does when he’s a food vendor?

If she was that blunt about it of course he’d panic and bolt. Who is this Diana and what happened to the one person in the world who treats me like a human being instead of a tool?

Well share some links with the class :stuck_out_tongue:

More for me. She can step on my neck.

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it was posted once or twice here, i sadly dont remember where to find it tho.

Diana is not a classic beauty. She’s very pretty, don’t get me wrong, but she looks more like a strict teacher and I don’t know if she is someone you would invite for drinking a coffee and having some smalltalk. Maybe she’s more like the type who would wallop your butt with a paddle.

There’s a lid for every pot…

Not exactly like Absolution but something similar. I know it’s not a popular opinion :wink:

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I legitimately wonder if 47 is asexual.

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Most definitely. 47 was pretty much “programmed” from childhood to be a killing machine, similar to the Terminator but still being made out of flesh and blood. Human emotions and behavior is not part of his programming.

I’m not calling her ugly or anything, she’s simply not my type. Nothing wrong with that right

Who programmed him to stomp a runway then :stuck_out_tongue:

Did you see that LBD from the trailer though? THAT is definitely not PTA approved lol

That’s a perfectly supportable read on his character, and definitely one my ace friends prefer. To each their own.

Agreed. I mean there is a reason for it, the atmosphere is great, has its charm, and the rainy night suits a lot of the environments/missions perfectly (HK, Beldingford Manor, and Deadly Cargo in particular), but the lack of variety gets tedious and it all looks the same after a while.

Honestly, I´d be ok with adding Deadly Cargo and even The Bjarkhov Bomb to the list. Deadly Cargo (which is actually one of my favourite levels in the game) has quite a few ways to go about it, though due to its somewhat scripted nature it´s often more about adapting rather than manipulating. Rendezvous in Rotterdam on the other hand always felt like the more empty/boring one to me. The Bjarkhov Bomb has variety as well, though some of the methods require a fair share of waiting, and it´s mostly offset (and off-putting) by the size of the level (which to me feels more tedious than many of the large new levels ever would).
No argument about Asylum, Wang Fou, and Paris. They have their purpose, but in terms of replay value, they don´t compare.

I remeber reading back in the day that they wanted to include it, but decided not to. Not sure about the reason (the more action nature of the original?). I too am one of those who have always wished they had done it though. Really wanted a properly done remake of that one (rainy jungle night would also be cool). We did eventually sort of got it in the form of A Vintage Year and Three-Headed Serpent, but it´s just not it without Pablo “Totally-Not-Tony-Montana” introducing you to his little amigo…

Like I mentioned above, I actually really like this one, so… I can understand skipping out on/shortening the Gunrunner´s Paradise part, since that one required you to kill a bunch of bikers just to plant a GPS, which just wouldn´t work here. And let´s be honest, Gunrunner´s Paradise is scripted as well, since Arkadij always eventually arms the nuke and scrams, giving you a limited window to kill him, so no difference there (not to mention getting through the harbor can be a chore). Deadly Cargo offers a lot more variety.

Lol, well since it´s just 47´s feverish memories of past missions, could be he just subconsciously supressed the little choleric bastard :joy:

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