It's been fifteen years since we first wrapped up that iconic garrote wire and choked someone out as Agent 47 in his first stealth adventure, Hitman: Codename 47. In order to celebrate Hitman hitting the mid-teens, it's time we look back at one of our favorite stealth/assassination franchises. While Thief, Splinter Cell, Assassin's Creed, Metal Gear Solid and the Batman: Arkham series have all gone toe-to-toe with Agent 47, we still prefer Hitman when it comes to good old fashioned wetwork.
It looks like Agent 47 is taking a vacation for the holidays, as Hitman is skipping its Dec. 2015 launch and delayed to next March.
Our favorite bald assassin, Agent 47, returns in the next entry of the Hitman series this December.
In theory, there's nothing wrong with rebooting the ‘Hitman’ franchise (a popular video game series that spawned only one 2007 film). The Timothy Olyphant version was nothing particularly interesting...
Pulling off the perfect assassination can take time, so 'Hitman: Agent 47' has been hit with a six month delay.
This amazing video collage features iconic locations from some of our favorite games rendered in 3D.
Square Enix has kicked off its Online Back to School Sale on its official website, which means many Final Fantasy, Tomb Raider and Hitman titles will be getting discounted.
A teaser trailer for 'Hitman: Agent 47' was shown at San Diego Comic-Con last week, but that footage has been kept under wraps, making these images the first exposure most fans will have to the film.
Just when you thought Agent 47 was on the go, he has brought a sniper rifle to finish up the rest of his assassinations from afar.
This concept art for the sixth major Hitman game depicts exactly what we were expecting: Agent 47 in a suit blending into a crowd outside a highly secure building he has to infiltrate.