You’re not really killing Sean Bean, but his character Mark Faba, that goes by the Moniker “The Undying”. He’s the first Elusive Target for Hitman 2 and the mission will run until December 4.
Faba is located on Hitman 2’s Miami map, and the trailer below not only gives you a quick brief on the mission, but clues as to the many options players have to complete the mission. Be wary, you only have one shot, similar to previous Elusive Targets in the previous game.
This is the first of many post-launch content planned for Hitman 2. Simply playing the Elusive Target unlocks the Explosive Penmanship challenge, which grants players the new Explosive Pen weapon upon completion. And if you were able to take down the infamous Mark Faba, the contract rewards you with the “Florida Fit with Gloves” outfit. Scoring a Silent Assassin rating also unlocks the “Terminus” outfit (Hitman: Absolution)
From Keanu Reeve’s transition to an internet meme sensation to going crazy over how Final Fantasy VII is a real game, Carlos and Migs discussing the big reveals and shockers that occurred during E3 2019’s series of press conferences.
The announcement of this strategic partnership builds on previous moves by both console manufacturers towards streaming, such as the in-development Project xCloud streaming service at Microsoft and streaming functions that have recently been added to the PS4.
Anything is viable in Elder Scrolls Online, which is great to see after level 50. But I’m overwhelmed on what to do. I have no interest in buying any expansions because the base game is filled with content that it feels like I have another month worth of content available to me.
The latest update adds a new item that lets players put their extra stuff up for sale while they go off on (mis)adventures, but a sales tax is causing all sorts of controversy.
Every now and them I find myself itching for a good RPG, and Final Fantasy: The Zodiac Age is one of those games that I’ve always wanted to complete because this Final Fantasy title is the only numbered game in the franchise that I’ve never finished, and the new additions in the remastered version have made this classic a better game overall.
Anthem wasn’t the only project affected by mismanagement in Bioware as this episode is somewhat a continuation of our discussion on that issue during episode 187. Carlos, Migs, and Matthew discuss the story of Dragon Age 4’ troubled production.
Albion Online is an isometric Diablo-like sandbox MMORPG which boasts a player driven economy in the likes of EVE online. Its main tag-line is "You are what you wear". This just means every item bought from the store is crafted by a person, and each item you wear as a character goes towards improving your skills, molding you into the type of character you wish to become.
While darkness is what you'll be faced with the most during your adventures, keeping a keen eye out for your adventurers, and lifting their spirits through ale or a prayer will be what gets you through
The TMG Podcast #186 talks about the announcement of Borderlands 3, Apple Arcade, Unheard, L.A Noire, and Marvel’s Strike Force.
The trailer had everything that people love about Borderlands. But this wasn’t a new Borderlands so much as it was more Borderlands. It was MORE-derlands.
Since Borderlands 2, Ubisoft and Activision have proceeded to outspend 2K and Gearbox on every level imaginable to create online-only loot shooters like Destiny and Tom Clancy’s The Division. Even EA has gotten into the action with Anthem.
Our review of The Division 2 is currently underway and while it’s too soon to provide any kind of impression or feedback, I return from DC with a few tips for new agents entering the game for the first time when it goes live to the public this Friday.