Archive - Hitman
Hitman's newest elusive target is Kieran Hudson, a paparazzo with a price on his head after he ruined the career of a sitcom star with his scurrilous rumours. So, we're back in Paris to collect, with a nice, discreet chandelier accident that will kill no more than two additional people. Three, tops.
Hitman Elusive Target 22 takes us back to the militia compound in Colorado, there to assassinate a bookkeeper who is conducting an audit, because militias can be woefully inefficient, I guess. Anyway, if there's one thing The ICA hates, it's bookkeepers, so we're off to do some murdering.
Super soldiers are soldiers enhanced by artificial means to be stronger, faster and more super. Just as there's more than one way to skin a cat, though, there's more than one way to create a super soldier - and like the various ways of skinning a cat, methods for making super soldiers tend to be a bit icky. Ethically icky, that is.
Hitman's latest Elusive Target mission takes place in the fancy hospital at Hokkaido, Japan and designates two targets: the surgeons Pavel Frydel and Akane Akenawa, who the client has requested be killed by viral infection. Who will whack them successfully? Who will panic and be gunned down in the corridor? Watch and find out, why not.
Hitman's 20th elusive target is Adeze Oijofor, a West African warlord currently staying at the Himmapan hotel in Bangkok. In addition to knocking off the warlord, we also need to retrieve maps and digital files located on a USB stick in a safe somewhere in the hotel. Is Mike up to the stealth challenge? The answer may surprise you!
Hitman's final bonus episode of season one is Landslide, in which 47 must take out a corrupt politician throwing a rally in Sapienza. Surely buying in all those fireworks was only going to end one way with Mike around.
The recipe for a perfect Hitman kill calls for a firm base of preparation and a dash of wicked irony. Just consider these, the most needlessly elaborate, cruel and unusual kills from Season 1 of Hitman No Subtitle in Show of the Week.
With an assassin career stretching back 17 years, Agent 47 has racked up more hits than Abba. Time to test amateur Hitmans Mike and Andy on their Hitman history, as we show them a selection of clips starring Agent 47 as he prepares to pull off a classic kill. Can they tell us what happens next?
Hitman Elusive Target 18 is The Chameleon: an actor dressed as a decorated military officer, holed up in the house in the Colorado militia base. You have to kill him in an 'accident'. Witness our respective attempts on his life in this Hitman gameplay.
It's the Show of the Week Xmas Special, in which we look at this year's best free festive DLC and bring cheer to Hitman's Holiday Hoarders mission by murdering the burglars from Home Alone while dressed as Santa. Happy holidays from all of us at Outside Xbox!
Hitman's Paris mission includes the option to assassinate your target by poisoning his favourite cocktail: the bare knuckle boxer. But how does this delicate blend of rum, vodka and orange juice taste when it hasn't had emetic poison added to it by a furious bald assassin? We find out in the following video.
Day 10 of the Oxbox Xmas Challenge and I am initially delighted to get a second Hitman challenge. That delight quickly turns to horror, however, when I realise that the challenge is to kill or pacify everyone on a level. That sounds incredibly difficult, even for a Hitman master like myself. Let's see how I get on.
The Oxbox Xmas Challenge Contest returns for 2016 with a new batch of randomly drawn challenges. I'm the first to pick a challenge from the festive sack o' mystery and my task is to finish Hitman's Sapienza mission using only the throwable cannonballs. Can I get a strong start with a point on day one? Let's find out!
It is Mike's turn to suffer the whims of Hitman Roulette, the Hitman random mission generator which demanded I not kill or incapacitate anyone but the targets in Paris, and Jane not use any disguises in Bangkok. Now, Mike must finish the Morocco-set mission A Gilded Cage with a new and strict set of rules.
It's Jane's turn to spin the Hitman roulette wheel this week, to generate a random challenge in what has proved to be one of our favourite games of 2016. How will Jane's famed adaptable play style fare against the uncaring, random Hitman roulette wheel? Join us to find out!
Join us for Hitman roulette as we spin the wheel to generate a random Hitman challenge for one of us to undertake. In episode one, I am the unlucky assassin charged with completing the Paris mission with a punishing set of criteria that would give even the most seasoned ICA agent pause for thought. Will I succeed? There's only one way to find out!
Hitman's 14th elusive target is Gabriel Santos, an angry celebrity chef known for yelling at people and hitting them with meat tenderisers. This is apparently enough to have him killed by a shadowy contract killing agency, but who will do the best job of assassinating Santos? The answer might surprise you. It did us!
Hitman's thirteenth elusive target is actually two people, ex-dictator Richard Ekwensi and his wife Inez Ekwensi. How will we cope with two separate elusive targets in Hitman's Thailand level's fancy Bangkok hotel? Watch and find out.
The final episode of Hitman's excellent first season takes place in the hyper-exclusive GAMA private hospital in Hokkaido, Japan, where an ICA turncoat and his shady lawyer need sending to the morgue. Join us for this Hitman gameplay in which we take out Erich Soders and Yuki Yamazaki in our own unique ways.
Hitman's 11th elusive target is "The Fixer": an attache named Xander Haverfoek at the Swedish consulate in Marrakesh, who is helping previous target Claus Hugo Strandberg transport conflict diamonds. We can't be having that, obviously, so Mike and I head to Morocco to fix the Fixer for good.
Picking up where we left off yesterday, part two of us playing Hitman's new Colorado mission sees us trying to assassinate Penelope Graves, a former Interpol agent-turned terrorist, and Ezra Berg, a retired Mossad interrogator who wears a creepy Michael Myers-style mask. He's not the only one who can do creepy dress-up, it turns out, when I find myself a sinister scarecrow disguise.
Hitman's fifth downloadable episode is Freedom Fighters, set in a militia camp on a remote farm in Colorado. This time we're tasked with assassinating four targets, each of whom holds an important position within the militia, and may be connected to the mysterious shadow client that we have been tracking throughout the series. Join us for part one of our Hitman Colorado playthrough as we take out Maya Parvati and Sean Rose in our own unique ways.
Hitman's 10th elusive target, currently skulking around the Palais de Walewska in Paris, is Nila Torvik, a pharmaceuticals scientist who Diana informs us has been conducting shady large-scale human tests in the third world. Well, the unverified claims of our unseen, mysterious handler are good enough for us. Let's go kill that pharmacist!
Next up on our list of Hitman elusive targets is The Black Hat. We have no idea going into this mission what he looks like, but we do know he has a penchant for orange jam (or marmalade, as we call it here in Britain) and that he's somewhere in Paris. Armed with that information and not much else, we embark upon our most challenging elusive target yet.
Hitman's newest level is set in Bangkok, Thailand, in and around the luxurious Himmapan Hotel. Our targets are Jordan Cross, heir to a media empire and lead singer of the band The Class, and his lawyer Ken Morgan, who helped him escape a murder charge. See each of us help Cross join Club 27 in this Hitman gameplay.