If this scene doesn't get your heart rate up then you're already dead. I saw a G36 and UMP:
Agreed completely. The Hitman series of games was always one of my favorite because of the amount of freedom that you had. You could use subtlety and sneak in through a window to plant poison in your target's dinner or you could go in guns ablaze. There were so many different ways to solve problems that it just gave it endless replay value. The only thing that ever really bugged me about the series was how switching clothes with someone would instantly act as a completely effective camouflage. The target would just say, "Oh, my 5'5" Asian chauffeur has turned into a 6'2 bald European, but hey, he's got the suit and the hat, so he must be legit."How could you miss the MP7's? For shame, HKPro member!
I'll be completely honest I've seen countless game franchises "jump the shark" and become their own worst enemy in trying to get something bigger, badder, flashier and ultimately different than previous installments. Hopefully, they don't deviate from the subtle and gradual improvements that made the previous installments increasingly better. I'm not sure where this one will fall if it will be featuring bands of latex-clad dominatrix nun assassins. The game play demo featuring an abandoned (Chicago?) library seemed more like that of a Splinter Cell or Batman than a traditional Hitman. I guess time will tell.