Hitman GO: Definitive Edition for PlayStation 4

Hitman GO: Definitive Edition

Feb 23, 2016
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About this game

Developer: Square Enix Montreal
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Hitman GO is a simple to play, but difficult to master turn-based strategy game set in a stunning interpretation of the Hitman universe. You will strategically navigate fixed spaces on a grid to avoid enemies and take out your target or infiltrate well-guarded locations. This award-winning, beautifully rendered diorama-style turn-based strategy game focuses on forward thinking to progress through challenging levels and stylish freeze frame environments, to challenge even the most accomplished Hitman fan.

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Kevin SchallerFeb 25, 2016
Hitman GO is designed to be a temporary go-to for those times you’re stuck in minor delays, like a doctor’s appointment when you’ve arrived early, not the DMV or anything crazy. It’ll do the trick, but aside from the lovely visual style, it’s a largely forgettable experience. Not a bad one, but “oh yeah, I remember playing this” nostalgia after you’ve worked through the levels in the few hours it takes to shoot through.
Justin CelaniFeb 25, 2016
It’s fairly obvious that Hitman GO was a mobile game. That doesn’t make it any less of a game either, it just seemingly does feel more suitable “on the go” gameplay. Presentation is minimal in lots of ways with lack of vastly huge animations, or environmental effects. It’s all rather sublime and sterile in ways, but feels both fitting for Hitman and the board game flair but also a tad disappointing.
Matt WhittakerFeb 23, 2016
It would have been an absolute travesty to see one of the highest regarded mobile games in recent memory suffer on the big screen, but Hitman GO: Defintive Edition is a stellar way to play Square Enix Montreal’s debut title. Granted, if you’re not a fan of the original mobile release, then a collection of all of its content is probably not going to change your mind whatsoever, but those with an aversion to mobile gaming are going to find themselves in for a treat here.