The History Behind the Sexy Latex Nuns With Guns
Remember the controversy behind Agent 47 beating up those assassins dressed as nuns? Well they're back.
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awesome! we just got an entire trailer related to another trailer that nobody really liked... this is where you start laying off people
I thought using a fan letter which was asking about the kinky costumes in the add was genuis, despite the rather... lets say tasteless characters.
The fine folks at GiantBomb played the demo at E3 and confirmed that it's still a Hitman game. They were as skeptical as you are going into it, so that's saying a lot. There are several ways to take out each target and you can do it as stealthy as you'd like.
I'm not a fan of the VO either, but the gameplay is what matters most.
Wow way to miss the point. We didn't hate it because we didn't know who the dominatrix nuns were, we hated it because dominatrix nuns were in it. Seriously though did this need explaining? They are part of a secret organization? Is agent 47 wearing one of them outfits under his suit? They should've just chalked it up to failed fan service. Just my opinion of course.
I can hear the pissed off feminists right now.
The f*ck was the point of this trailer? To make the original seem less randomly controversial? To try to stir up more controversy?
Eh, either way I prefer Critical Miss's origin story.
They have only shown one level thats anything like the old hitman games. And it seemed very linier.
And now shown how their new voice 'talent' for Diana is a robot.
I am looking forward to this game, but I am over the "pre-order bonuses" that eventually end up in the game as DLC or as part of some other "complete" edition. I'll wait for a while on this one.
Hmmmm... I'm really not sure how to feel about this. General reception to the game itself is "It's Hitman" though, so I'm not too worried.