IO Interactive has been teasing an upcoming Hitman 5 reveal in an ARG ahead of E3 2011.
If you were thinking that the whole Gamespot fiasco might have hurt the sales of Kane and Lynch then you'd be wrong. Dead wrong.
The ASA has officially banned a series of adverts for the controversial Eidos game, Kane and Lynch: Dead Men after a series of complaints.
GameSpot has officially commented on why editor Jeff Gerstmann was fired, addressing accusations of pressure from advertisers.
With a blockbuster story and a frentic co-op campaign, it looks like the new game from the developers of Hitman may be an underground hit on the Xbox 360 - but it has to get the bit-tech seal of approval first, so check out our thoughts on the game.
We take an exclusive look at Kane and Lynch: Dead Men, the new game from the makers of Hitman. We get a hands-on with the new multiplayer, an exclusive look at some singleplayer levels and an interview with some of the team. In other words, we've been very busy.
It was only a matter of time really, but the Sin City game has just been confirmed and a writer for title has been confirmed. Thankfully, it's not all bad news...
Contrary to yesterdays news, Fox has said that the Hitman movie will have a definite R rating and that Xavier Gens is still hard at work editing the film.
Kane and Lynch: Dead Men, from the developers of Hitman, is a gritty and bleak tale of ransom and kidnap. Whether or not it's any good remains to be seen though, so we go hands-on to find out. Check out our brand new screenshots!
Eidos has revealed that upcoming shooter Kane and Lynch: Dead Men already has a sequel planned and a movie adaptation in the works. Let's just hope the first game does well then.
Free-running hitman, Altair, will be launching worldwide this November in the highly anticipated Assassin's Creed.
The Brit-publisher is just the latest software house to hook up with Valve Software to distribute games digitally. Tomb Raider will be coming.
Games are the new comic books, or so it seems in Hollywood these days, with the announcement that Vin Diesel is to star in a film version of Eidos' Hitman game series.
Eidos falls back on tried & tested franchises as they annouce their E3 2005 line-up, including Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Legend, Hitman: Blood Money and Commandos Strike Force