Interviewer: "...you don't feel the need to maybe give him a bit of hair sometimes, or a (salacious?) tattoo?" The look on Roberto's face is like he's thinking, "whoa, is that a joke question or is she dumber than a box of rocks?" :D BTW, not really sure why you would ask that question but are you saying you *didn't know* agent 47 already has one (a pretty obvious barcode tat on the back of his head)?? I guess you never played any of the Hitman games - and that's ok, even for a professional games journo - but c'mon, you could've at least given the subject five minutes of research on Google before the interview, surely? Late night much? Or wrong career? :)
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- Sep 25, 2012
GameSpot AU hosted an exclusive Hitman: Absolution event which involved a live Q&A with Art Director Roberto Marchesi. Watch him take questions about the Glacier 2 engine, the nun controversy, the origins of Hitman Sniper Challenge and more!
I hope they keep it similar in gameplay to the previous ones, sounds like they are keeping the theme. The previous ones weren't the best shooters but they were awesome stealth games and the story over the whole series was cool even though it was far fetched. I'm glad they are trying to get more "New Orleans" similar levels, with alot of people in the streets and such. Makes it hard to handle a situation because you don't want it spilling outside.
...Guy looks like he hasn't had much sleep, all those late hours getting in touch with his inner hitman are taking their toll.
omg she is totally flirting with him.... who can blame her.....LOL
anyways can't w8 for this game I need it NAOW
Glacier 2 looks do good and I can't wait to play this. I wonder if the next Kane & Lynch or even Freedom Fighters 2(I can wish all I want) will use that engine aswell.
Good interview except for the lack of sound in a lot of bits like when the people of screen were asking the main man stuf =/
His answers seem a bit pointless when we can't hear the questions being asked.
Where are the microphones? Pretty unprofessional.
I think this article needs a text version or at least some subtitles for the questions.
When did this air? because I could have sworn the ad said 7 pm tuesday night....and nothing happend.
Well.... I for one love Hitman and I have ever since my brother started playing the first game, but it has been some time since the last game and this current generation has a dendencie to forget about great games if they don't have a yearly release
Aren't these games popular? This one seems to be getting no love from us gamers. The journalists on the other hand seem pumped for it.