“The continent of Europa is engulfed in the flames of the Second Europan War between the Atlantic Federation and the Autocratic Eastern Imperial Alliance. Although the Federation struggles valiantly against the Empire’s forces, the relentless imperial military machine threatens to consume them. With victory slipping away, the Federation executes Operation Northern Cross: a last-ditch attempt to capture the imperial capital and end the war.
Video game publisher, console manufacturer, creator to the favorite systems of many fans (Genesis, Master System, Dreamcast, and more), SEGA is not without its interesting background. With routes tied to what many consider to be the potential case for subtle occult hints left within the software of their games and even the menu system of their machines, SEGA is pressed to some conspiracy theories which they didn’t have to answer for in years’ past due to the advent of high-speed internet (Broadband) in the home and eventually in the hand (iPhone, Galaxy). Now we wonder, and without the ability to ask the past from the future about the present, we are left in awe to only speculate as to what happened to cause the stories below.
Fun Is Infinite, SEGA Enterprises. Signed By Devil.
Sonic CD Users discovered that if you follow a particular input of the Sega CD game system, the following strange messages will occur! At title screen pressed Down, Down, Down, Left, Right, A. At next screen enter FM no.46, PCM no. 12, DA no. 25, press start. Newer Versions Use Just the #s 12 and 25. “Fun Is Infinite, Sega Enterprises. Signed by Devil” The theory has been challenged by some who say that the “Devil” word in Japanese was actually a mistranslated and instead an extremely similar name is listed as a signature from a member of the game’s development team. These stories have yet to be solved to this day and still the debate remains.
Captured Alien Audio if Saturn games put in CD Player
Planet Saturn and word Satan are the same thing also? In addition to creepy infomercials and bizarre hidden messages in their game systems, if you’d try to put the Sega Dreamcast GDI gigabyte game discs into a music player, you’d get an odd tone of voice from a commanding female officer of the Sega elite. Have you heard this before? Does it give you De Ja Vu? Do you feel like you have? The sounds heard in the background are argued between fans as being either the sounds coming from hell itself of mankind and beasts yelling out in agony or the recorded sounds of an extraterrestrial being held captive on Earth for humans to study. Be our guest and let us know what you draw as your own conclusions after hearing it below.
Rebellion has announced that the highly acclaimed Sniper Elite series has been put up for a massive discount through the Humble Bundle which benefits developers and gives gamers the option to also donate to their charity of choice while bundling up games together that aren’t normally available at such a low cost. The Zombie Army Trilogy is also available for just $11.24 providing Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 1, 2, and 3 all in one neat package. Some other Rebellion titles including Battle Zone and Target Hitler are available at discount as well.
Humble Store is a respected PC Gaming marketplace which was created as a way to give gamers massive discounts on games while also promoting charity, game developer recognition, and themed game discovery of both indies and major titles. The Humble Bundle is a series of themed deals presented in this manner and led to the establishment of the Humble Store. Steam keys are provided with Humble Bundle sales these days, and at times additional DRM-Free versions of games are still distributed as direct downloads.
If you’re still on the fence about this week’s Humble Bundle check out some of our Reviews from this series:
> Sniper Elite 3 Review (Currently $12.49 In Humble Store) by Josh E. of RealGamerNewZ
> Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army 2 Review (Currently $4.49 in Humble Store) by Louis T. of RealGamerNewZ
Genre(s): Tactical shooter, stealth / Publisher(s): 505 Games, Rebellion / Developer(s): Rebellion Oxford
Steam is an ever-giving platform full of vibrancy, new ideas, and this list may not have scratched the surface as much as our fine-toothed comb of gaming taste normally would – but these are just a handful of the games zipping by that are truly worthy of our time – and we don’t want to miss them. If you know anybody new to PC Gaming who hasn’t experienced the match of indie art styles and creative gameplay design, direct them here and feel free to give shout-outs to other titles new and old in the comments section which other Steam gamers might find enjoyable!
Genre: Violent, Action, Simulation, Strategy
Noteworthy Features: Roman Gladiator Management Sim with the ability to control units directly.
Development Studio: DolphinBarn
Release Date: April 3, 2017
Genre: Violent, Indie, Adventure
Noteworthy Features: 80’s police simulator with retro-inspired pixel art and gameplay design focused around fun factor.
Development Studio: Pixel Crow / Publisher: 11bit Studios
Release Date: March 30, 2017
Genre: Battle Royale
Noteworthy Features: The new kid on the block for competitive multiplayer online survival shooter games with over a million copies sold already has been taking the industry by storm as of late. Many enter, only one will leave alive. From the creator of the Battle Royale modes which spanned across ARMA & DayZ mods, an official H1Z1 mode now known as “King of the Kill”, and more.
The latest edition of this concept has been put together by the visionary behind all previous development attempts and this time has teamed up with Bluehole Inc. made up of veteran game devs. The title already has a lot of content planned for it, an extreme amount of positive buzz, and an active player-base with new optimism for a complete title coming to fruition in a reasonable time frame.
Development Studio: Bluehole Inc.
Release Date: March 23, 2017
Comic Star Heroine
Noteworthy Features: Inspired by Phantasy Star retro-JRPG series, creative and unique take on the genre with retro-inspired pixel art.
Development Studio: Zeboyd Games
Release Date: April 11, 2017
Genre: Action, Adventure, Indie
Noteworthy Features: Pixel Art Graphics meets fast-paced top-down shooter, compared to Hotline Miami – praised by many gamers.
Development Studio: Team Shifty / Publisher: tinyBuild
Release Date: April 13, 2017
If players are unsatisfied with a purchase on the Xbox Games Store for Xbox ONE they may soon be able to claim a refund for it. The system for Xbox ONE Digital Game Refunds as revealed by Microsoft looks to mirror a similar service PC Gaming experiences through Steam Refunds introduced in recent years by Valve. Xbox ONE gamers will be able to request the refund of a digital games purchase, if it was purchased within the past 14 days and has been played for less than 2 hours.
Windows 10 Game Purchases on the Microsoft Store will also be given the ability for users to request a “self-service refund” if the title has not been extensively played. This will be a key victory for users wishing to test if their Gaming PC will run a Microsoft Store exclusive game well enough for them to justify owning it, otherwise they can request a refund and delete it if their rig fails to run the game at an acceptable level of performance.
Happy Easter! Welcome to another RealGamerNewZ Top 10 List. This one comes near and dear to our hearts as we prepare a special meal and gather around telling tales of young and the old adventures throughout gaming’s vast universe. Today we will revisit some of our favorite games of all time, the gem of the Square Enix portfolio, and one of the top selling franchises of all time – Final Fantasy.
- Final Fantasy VI – PS3+Vita / *Super Nintendo – A realm perfected, a world of ruin, an evil empire, and an adventure of exploration with resilience in the face of adversity. The long lost and forbidden technology of Magic is finally explained to humankind, and its shameful secret revealed. Originally titled “Final Fantasy III” in the United States version, FF6 is a masterpiece that shows the peak design of the classic retro 2D JRPG genre and defines Final Fantasy mechanics as a franchise.
- Noteworthy Features: Living Espers turn to Summons and Magic Artifacts that any character can learn spells from, Open World with much variety in locations made available through a steady storytelling process that gives the illusion of free roam. Airships and Gambling on to-the-death Battles in Coliseum are also featured. Memorable characters with well fleshed out identities coming together to play various roles in an evolving plot around the battle for ultimate power in a world under threat of being lost to madness.
2. Final Fantasy VII – Steam / PS4 / PS3+Vita – Open rebellion against a sinister rogue state engulfed in genetic engineering, a massive city floating above the sky and a vast overworld with hidden treasures abound. Memorable and universally acclaimed blockbuster of an experiment in disc-based classic retro 2D meets 3D JRPG genre FF7 is currently being remade into a modern day AAA experience, and the original is a must-play experience for turn-based RPG gaming fans.
- Noteworthy Features: Materia Magic System, High Tech / Modern World Version of Final Fantasy is brought together by intriguing characters who each have their own weapons class of training and path of skills in addition to the Materia System. An entire subset of mini-games leads to a Gamers-style Casino suspended above a quicksand-filled jail.
- There’s a massive overworld that slowly opens up to gamers across what was originally a 3 disc-campaign on the original Sony PlayStation and cinematic cut-scenes are introduced to the series while paired with exploratory scenes of 2D backgrounds and 3D models in addition to 3D battles taking place in ATB Turn-Based Combat.
- This title told the tale that cemented Final Fantasy as a gamer’s go-to franchise for solid RPG gameplay systems and stories paired together, and the discovery of FF7 has also led many to retrace the series’ roots in search of gems from previous iterations.
3. Final Fantasy IV – *PlayStation Portable / *Super Nintendo – A time before time, where swords and kingdoms were a noble folk, mages and wizards were of confusion and mystery, and the secrets of the mystic creatures within and around the world made them that much more intriguing. Visit the moon, and reveal the secrets of the inner-earth in FF4, originally titled “Final Fantasy II” in the United States version, an incredibly well polished JRPG that can also be looked to as a defining moment for the Final Fantasy franchise.
- Features: Guardians of the crystals, the redemption of a dark knight, towns and villages at the mercy of a kingdom and its overthrown ruler’s army, these are the backdrops for Final Fantasy IV. An incredible set of classic-inspired gameplay systems lead this story-based, combat-heavy turn based title by the original Squaresoft who also made FF7 and FF6.
4. Final Fantasy X – Vita / PS3 / PS4 – When we Sin, where does it go? What does it become? If it was all spiraling chaotically into a tsunami-breeding storm, would we stop and pay it attention then? Perhaps our Sin would simply wash over us again and again as we cling on, barely surviving, looking at the civilizations of ancient times left behind as wreckage for a foggy memory we attempt to remind ourselves of. Or is it all just a dream? Final Fantasy X brought the series to a higher graphical presentation while sacrificing some of its open world roots in exchange for a cinematic storytelling experience.
5. Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII – *PlayStation Portable – Another life, another time, the layer behind the story of the man we all looked to
7. Dirge Of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII – *PlayStation 2
8. Final Fantasy Mystic Quest – *Super Nintendo
9. Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call – Nintendo 3DS
Honorable Mentions: Final Fantasy XV, Final Fantasy IV: The After Years, Final Fantasy Tactics.
*Super Nintendo, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation Portable titles are provided under the Bill Clinton Act of 1995 in which gamers who own a copy of the original game in physical format are allowed a 24 hour copy of the digital version (emulated) in order to provide backup playing in the event of a hardware failure on the original cartridge. You must own this game to play it.
**Where there are modern day re-releases or remakes that are of an acceptable quality, RGN has provided the link to purchase this game that way instead – however, some remakes of FF games have been deteriorating to the franchise due to the employment of mobile support for iOS and Android touch controls.
Intel and AMD offer varying differences in specs and price point but also use variations on the same measuring principles in regard to logic cores. This practice paired with often times non-sequential model numbers has led to some amount of confusion about the performance of each hardware. Presented below are two humble builds for gamers looking to jump into PC Gaming at Entry Tier or Mid Tier and need help picking parts. Although, be warned, we want your games to run well so we won’t be recommending anything below modern acceptable standards.
Entry Tier: Intel + NVidia Build:
$204.99 (NewEgg) – Intel Core i5-7500 3.4GHz Quad-Core Processor
$86.99 (Amazon) – Gigabyte GA-B250M-DS3H Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard
$52.99 (NewEgg) – G.Skill Aegis 8GB (1 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory
$89.99 (Best Buy) – PNY CS1311 240GB 2.5″ Solid State Drive
$77.95 (Amazon) – Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5″ 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive
$134.99 (Amazon) – EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB ACX 2.0 Video Card
$40.99 (Amazon) – Deepcool TESSERACT SW ATX Mid Tower Case
$55.98 (NewEgg) – EVGA 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply
$744.87 Total in Parts.
Also Recommended: 1080P Monitor or HDTV, Keyboard, Mouse, Xbox Controller.
While some may see this as slightly more than they might want to spend, an entry level gamer won’t have to worry about upgrading but will also have the ability to do so without needing a whole new machine. The discreet motherboard and economy budget case combine to provide an adequate support for an i5-7500 that allows our gamer the luxury of fast windows loading times on a 240GB SSD, a vast library of Steam games on a 2TB HDD, and a sufficient amount of DDR4 RAM paired with NVIDIA’s budget gamer deluxe package the GTX 1050 Ti which comes with 4GB of Video Memory. This can easily be upgraded later to a GTX 1080 if the owner wishes to experience higher levels of graphics as well – but isn’t necessary to enjoy the latest in PC Gaming with friends online.
Each build will be broken down in $ Total in Parts. Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Xbox Controller also recommended. We endorse the use of PCPartPicker.Com to track price change trends, and continue refreshing builds as new parts release onto the market and prove worthy of replacing old recommendations.
Mid Tier: Intel + NVIDIA:
$313.89 (Amazon) – Intel Core i7-7700 3.6GHz Quad-Core Processor
$102.98 (NewEgg) – MSI Z270-A PRO ATX LGA1151 Motherboard
$99.99 (Amazon) – Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory
$246.34 (Amazon) – Toshiba OCZ TRION 150 960GB 2.5″ Solid State Drive
$569.98 (NewEgg) – Asus GeForce GTX 1080 8GB ROG STRIX Video Card
$71.00 (Amazon) – NZXT S340 (White) ATX Mid Tower Case
$99.99 (Amazon) – EVGA SuperNOVA G2 750W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply
$1504 Total in Parts.
Also Recommended: 1440P Monitor or 4KTV, Keyboard, Mouse, Xbox Controller.
Coming Soon on RealGamerNewZ.Com . . .
High End Gaming Builds Are Discussed, Where does the value proposition lie in high-end hardware and which technologies are on the bleeding edge but still worth considering for a high-end build.
Additional Topics: AMD Entry / Mid / High-End Gaming PC Builds, VR Gaming, Driving / Racing / Flight Simulation, and more.
Microsoft has packed everything they can into a new Xbox designed for ultimate performance on the latest 4K HDR Smart TVs with no input lag for gaming on 4K HDR modes (see websites like rtings.com for lists of compatible TVs and the latest deals). Xbox Scorpio was originally announced as a power-house machine that will dramatically push the Xbox console specs and gaming performance as well as further progress the ubiquity of Microsoft’s approach to Xbox Anywhere, Xbox Early Access, Xbox 360 / Xbox One backwards-compatibility, and other new digital ways to play games at high level.
Performance is where Xbox Scorpio focuses, but is not the only place the system lands. It also finds time to provide the luxury features to make the new Xbox more durable.
- Liquid Cooling with Silent Super-Speed Fan designed together for Vacuum Cooling.
- Digital Voltage Regulator. Minimal Power Consumption and Built-In Power Protection.
- 1TB 2.5″ HDD, UHD Blu-Ray + Blu-Ray + DVD Combo Drive, 12GB GDDR5X (326GBps).
- 8 “custom-x86 cores” @ 2.3GHZ Each, 40 Radeon “compute units” @ 1172MHZ
The Xbox Scorpio’s goal is to provide a uniform experience in upgraded performance for all Xbox games including existing Xbox One and Xbox 360 games, without the need for a patch. This is made possible by providing a generational leap in hardware between each unit. By blurring the line between a revision and a totally next-gen hardware, Microsoft has made a machine powerful enough to simply render the entire Xbox dashboard environment at a 4K HDR resolution and sample games up from 900P, 1080P, 1440P, and etc. into one standard resolution in which performance can be maximized using existing code without the need for patches and updates. We await the unit’s release to evaluate the success of these claims, but analysts are pleased to see the specs of the Xbox Scorpio thus far in relation to these claims including experts such as Digital Foundry.
The Real Question: Native 4K?
There’s been a lot of buzz-words going around with the release of the PlayStation 4 Pro and announcement of the Xbox Scorpio pertaining to 4K Gaming on a console and while it’s exciting that these affordably priced machines (compared to mid-to-high-tier 4K PC Gaming rigs) are offering 4K visuals we have to set our expectations realistically. As it stands PC Gaming is still adapting 4K as a standard and currently running games in that resolution requires a lot of power. Forza Motorsport 7 is said to be running native 4K at 60 frames per second on the Xbox Scorpio in private, behind-closed-doors showings between Microsoft Studios and Digital Foundry – but will this translate to other games?
What the PlayStation 4 Pro was intended to produce for games is more similar to what the Xbox Scorpio explains itself as for existing games as well. That is, a uniform resolution boost – like running your old PC games on a better PC and Monitor a few years down the line. This is a way console gaming has learned from PC Gaming over the years. Xbox Scorpio may be able to even better perfect this concept, given the higher amount of processing power packed into every unit.
But the real question is, will the Xbox Scorpio really be able to pull off native 4K Gaming? It remains to be seen, but it’s the most powerful home console currently in plans and Microsoft has seemingly done everything possible to pack the punch the player needs – perhaps a risky move for a giant corporation to take, but one gamers will appreciate if it pays off big and wins the affection of the high-spending but niche and hardcore demographic.
Xbox One Vs Xbox Scorpio – Performance Breakdown
Xbox Scorpio performs around 4.5 times faster than Xbox One when rendering data for graphics and virtual game world environment simulations (notorious for requiring significant amounts of equations to be solved rapidly in succession). This is also significantly more powerful than Sony’s PlayStation 4 Pro and begins to make a value proposition challenge to the realm of PC Gaming again – something we haven’t seen in a long time from consoles. It remains to be seen if Sony will later respond with another hardware update, and we know that NVIDIA is planning to launch a new line of graphics cards this year – so Xbox Scorpio certainly has no shortage of competition.
Xbox One should be expected to be replaced by Xbox One S as the Scorpio model hits the market. This will shift the pricing of the Xbox One S to be more in line with the holiday bundle deals seen for Xbox One during last winter. $249 – $299 for the Xbox One S with or without a game / special color and skin (depending on the current promotions going on at the time of each model’s release) is a safe expectation to have for the base hardware which will still be able to play all of the games that Xbox Scorpio leads development for – just not at the same performance level.
$499 would be an acceptable launch price for the first units of the Xbox Scorpio with a free game included, maybe a special color / skin, and once the unit has had time for mass production a bare bones model with no special color / skin and no game should be made available to gamers for $449 so that they may get into the luxury experience and begin buying tons of Microsoft’s software offerings in the Xbox Store. This particular suggestion may be in line with what Microsoft has planned, or it may not, but at this point I’m just voicing my own opinion on the price point for Xbox Scorpio – so take it as a grain of salt and be on the look out for official confirmation when Microsoft decides to tell us their plans.
Xbox Exclusives – The Final Puzzle Piece
If Microsoft expects the Xbox Scorpio to take off in the way that the gaming industry needs, 4K Gaming out of the box in high-spec at a low-price will mean nothing without heavy-hitting software to showcase its strength. There is a high likelihood that Microsoft Studios has been preparing for the Xbox Scorpio launch for quite some time, and has put aside enough surprise projects to shock the market with the launch of the HDR Xbox. Gamers expect E3 2017 to reveal the final puzzle piece to Xbox Scorpio’s offerings.
With a release date of February 14, 2017, For Honor heads to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox ONE. Enhanced performance may be present in the frame-rate, native texture resolution, and general processing power for owners of the PS4 NEO.
Ubisoft Montreal are behind this new spin on online multiplayer hack and slash taking into account medieval weaponry combat styles to the feel of fast-paced online battles. The following footage has been released by Ubisoft and our friends over at GamersPreyHD for the upcoming title. For Honor will also be available on Windows PC.
DJ KILLZOWN JONES Gives his Impressions on the PlayStation VR hands-on experience. More to come as RGN and our partners get deeper into technology and software surrounding the Virtual Reality Gaming Industry… If you like the video feel free to give it a share or comment with your own opinions on VR Gaming and what it means to you.
PlayStation NEO also known previously as PS4.5 is likely to be named PlayStation 4K when it launches according to Sony trademarks filed previously in this console generation and marks the first time video game consoles receive a completely new hardware which does not make the previous one obsolete nor create exclusive titles for itself. Instead, the new PlayStation 4K (or PlayStation NEO depending which name Sony runs with at launch) will be used to give the choice of a higher spec machine to run all future PS4 games at a higher graphics and performance setting.
This is similar to what’s been going on in the computer gaming world for years. A friend has a better Gaming PC than you, but you still both buy the same exact game, running the same code and even joining each other online – all backwards / forwards compatible, but with two different levels of quality in terms of graphics and performance. That’s what PS NEO and Xbox ONE Scorpio are offering. It marks the first time we’ve seen a halfway point for a game console generation.
Will I still be able to play all of the PS4 / Xbox ONE games I currently own on the new hardware?
Will there be any exclusives for the PS4 NEO or Xbox ONE Scorpio?
No, Microsoft and Sony have made strict standards to forbid this.
So I can still play all of the new PS4 / Xbox ONE games without buying the new hardware?
Will there be exclusive levels / features for the NEO / Scorpio versions of games?
No, the game doesn’t have a different version – and Sony / MS have forbid exclusive features. It’s simply a better graphics / performance mode.
Why is this needed if nothing is exclusive?
There are gamers who would switch to PC Gaming or simply become dissatisfied with the quality level of games without this upgrade.
Is it true these systems are capable of 4K Graphics?
At this time it appears that a major marketing point will be that NEO / Scorpio support 4K graphics, however it is unlikely that this will be Native 4K and instead gamers can expect graphics higher than 1080P or equal to 1080P which are beyond what PS4 / Xbox ONE can handle and then are UPSCALED to 4K. As it stands, even the most expensive gaming computers costing thousands of dollars in parts fail to reach 4K for most games.
When will this new hardware release?
Currently the Scorpio is expected to release some time in 2017, while the NEO should be available by October 2016.
What about that OTHER New Xbox ONE?
It should be noted that there is also a new Xbox ONE hitting which is NOT the Xbox ONE Scorpio and this unit will be doing 4K upscaling for movie and television shows and boasts some other features, but will probably confuse a lot of people into thinking it’s the same as the Scorpio. This was a little shady of the marketing team who have thus far failed to make it clear to consumers that this is simply another regular Xbox ONE they are calling “Xbox ONE S” – it does not contain increased power, it isn’t the Scorpio. Buyer beware!
As more information becomes available RealGamerNewZ and many other video game news / editorial publications will be speaking on the future of this games console generation and its new mid-way hardware. We encourage readers to stay vigilant in learning as much as possible before considering purchase. While this staff views this new hardware as a good thing for the industry, it needs to be understood what the consumer is investing in before dollars are dedicated to this.
Agent 47 is traveling the world in his latest game and the newest exotic locale for the assassin is the famous city of Marrakesh, Morocco. The series’ transition into an episodic title has worked out marvelously and very well might be best game in the series. Choosing to experiment with the game has paid off in spades for Square Enix, and we’re glad that we’re only halfway through the latest epic.
The 2016 title, simply referred to as Hitman, is the first for consoles and PCs in two years and the wait seems to have totally paid off for the developers. Hitman: Absolution was the last outing for consoles and received mixed to lukewarm reviews. Many considered it a rehashing of the time-tested formula and a watering-down of many of the features that made the franchise so popular in the first-place. Chief among these criticisms was the overly linear structure of the game that had players completing each mission and moving on to the next one without spending any kind of serious time in the world as a whole. It would seem that developer IO Interactive took these criticisms to heart and has made all the necessary changes to create one of the most fun, engaging, and good-looking titles in the series.
We must admit that we had our reservations as the series moved into an episodic format, but the transition works remarkably well. Instead of one, straight-forward game with 20 hours of playtime, we’re being treated to seven different, several-hour episodes. Each of these episodes features a new, lovingly detailed location that is positively huge and encourages players to take their time and explore the world around them rather than just killing the necessary person and moving along. The massive, open-ended levels are much more similar to Hitman: Blood Money rather than Absolution, and they mark what some have called a “return to form” for the franchise.”
Square Enix hasn’t been shy about experimenting with the popular character in recent years and the franchise has even gone so far as to explore the casual gaming market to great effect. Square Enix Montreal has been in charge of developing the mobile titles and the top-down puzzle game, Hitman GO, was a surprise hit that was both deep and fun while staying true to the series’ roots. The grand experiment has even gone so far as to include a licensed Hitman slot-reel that takes the series to its very own version of Casino Royale. The title has players lining up their favorite classic weapons including everything from garrote wire, knives, lethal injection syringes, and sniper rifles to Agent 47’s trademark Silverballer pistols. The game even features supporting characters such as ICA handler Diana Burnwood.
Hitman Episode 3: Marrakesh is set to hit consoles and computers on May 31 as players are encouraged to explore the alleys and open-air marketplaces that make up the massive city. There’s no word yet as to when episode four will be released or where it will take fans next, but the plan is for a new episode to be released every month.