You thought it couldn’t get any better, right? Think again, as Sony have just sent us word on the additions to the instant game collection for May.
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A large sale has started on the PlayStation Store today, along with the news that Hitman: Absolution will be joining the PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection as of May 1st, meaning PS+ members can get it free then.
Outgoing Square Enix president Yoichi Wada has explained Tomb Raider, Hitman and Sleeping Dogs’ sales failures.
It may be for “one week only”, but holy crap there’s some bargains to be had here.
On The Dirtsheet this week, the box art for Bioshock Infinite is confirmed, VGAs 2012 happened and Hitman causes uproar with a Facebook app.
Today, Square Enix launched a new Facebook app to promote Hitman: Absolution. After many complaints, the app has since been removed.
New Hitman: Absolution content lets you dress Agent 47 like Human Revolution’s Adam Jensen, for some reason.
Despite major competition and a massive marketing campaign from Square Enix, Hitman: Absolution could only enter the UK charts in second place, behind Call of Duty: Black Ops II, which enjoys its second week at the top of the pile.
The Hitman series of games will use a development model similar to that seen with the Call of Duty series of games, according to Hitman: Absolution director Tore Blystad.
Square-Enix have removed the need for a Online Pass for Hitman:Absolution.
Radical departure or tried and tested gameplay? Hitman: Absolution definitely makes some bold choices in its direction, so let us help guide you through one of the most anticipated games of this console generation.
Fans of Agent 47 don’t have too much longer to wait, as the first game in ages – Hitman: Absolution – is just around the corner, next Tuesday, to be specific.
Get to know Agent 47 in the latest ICA File trailer for Hitman: Absolution, with artwork by former DC and Marvel inker Ben Oliver
This is actually the conclusion to the seven-part series, so we may not see too many more trailers leading up to the release of the game now.
The latest Hitman: Absolution trailer introduces its living, breathing world
Hitman: Absolution developer IO Interactive show you how the team have created a score that reacts to the player’s actions in a fluid manner
As we get closer to Agent 47′s comeback, the cinematic trailer for Hitman: Absolution was posted on the official Hitman YouTube channel.
Previously kept under wraps by publishers Square-Enix, the voice roster for Absolution has now been revealed – and it’s a bit of a doozy. Quite surprisingly, series stalwart David Bateson returns as the voice of main man Agent 47 despite previously dropping from the project.
With the Hitman: Absolution release date drawing ever closer, it’s a perfect time to drum up some extra anticipation with the release of prequel novel, Hitman: Damnation.
In it, they demonstrate how precision murder isn’t all about looking dapper in an expensive suit. Sometimes it’s about dressing up like a big yellow chicken before garotting a fool, or a scarecrow, or a chef, or any number of things that let you hide in plain sight in order to get up close and personal with a mark.