Hitman: Episode One review | TechRadar

HITMAN-review (3) Paris-650-80

I’ve killed these men, many many times. Every character in this French palace is known to me, from the bickering chefs in the basement kitchen, to the magazine editor desperate to stymie her collapsing sales, to the diva show manager to the laconic camera crew at the front of the building, whose report I photobomb. Hitman has turned from the antisocial murder simulator par excellence into Groundhog Day, where your infinite lives allow you to track and poke each and every person’s life.

Source: Hitman: Episode One review | TechRadar

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