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Today Highlight Reel we have Red Dead horses, more Hitman 2 briefcase magic, international Battlefield V headshots, dinosaurs, and much more!

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Usually when I play a single-player game, I go through it from start to finish. I play each new level after the last one, until I stop playing or get to the end. That's not how I played 2016's excellent episodic Hitman, however, and it's not how I'm playing its fantastic new sequel.

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Before leaving for missions in Hitman 2, you can choose to bring a handful of gadgets and gear. You have your trusty silenced pistol, remote controlled mines, and lockpicks. These dastardly tools of the trade pale in comparison to the game’s most deadly accessory: the humble and unassuming coin.

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You could say that Hitman 2 is "more Hitman." I would agree with you. However, if you like Hitman, you always want more Hitman. Besides, Hitman 2 isn't just "more Hitman" — it's a lot more Hitman. I present to you a relaxing little video in which I philosophise in poetic vocabulary about this game series I have always loved.

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Hitman series protagonist Agent 47 isn’t an interesting guy. Despite his gleaming, barcoded head, he disappears into a crowd. He can somehow pass for anyone, no matter how famous; he can seamlessly live their life and look great in their pants. He uses this ability to wreak havoc everywhere he goes. Hitman 2 investigates this, asking who 47 is and why he does what he does, and the game answers this best not with its cutscenes but through its gameplay: because he —and the player — can, because they both have a keen eye for everything that can go wrong.

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Who's the fanciest assassin around? Hard one to test among friends because of, you know, ethics and morals. So, short of doing something utterly abhorrent, IO Interactive's Hitman 2 is the next best thing, allowing you to go toe-to-toe with another person in something called "Ghost Mode".