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    Nov 8th, 2018 at 21:36:40     -    HITMAN (XBONE)

    For my second real mission, I infiltrated a secret lab, of scientists developing a virus designed to kill. Getting in was relatively easy, but searching around the mansion and trying to avoid guards that would recognize you became much harder than the first mission, as guards are posted everywhere to defend both your targets and the virus. As I went through this secret underground lab, swarming with scientists and guards, I found it much harder to be non-lethal. If an enemy witnesses you knocking out guards and if they are discovered and woken up, they will tell all guards what you were wearing, and make it impossible to move around with the same disguise. This drove me to kill my witnesses, instead of just rendering them unconscious, as I was able to more freely move around and kill my targets, unlike my previous attempts. Other than a stealth ranking at the end and non-lethal goals, I found it much easier to do other challenges by killing and clearing out areas stealthily.

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    Nov 8th, 2018 at 00:10:03     -    HITMAN (XBONE)

    As I dove into the first real mission, I was overwhelmed. I was a guest at this giant party, with a secret KGB meeting to sell out British spies. There was so much to do and see, so many conversations to listen in on, to find hints and clues as of what to do. There were so many items scattered around that I could use however I felt, I could be as stealthy as possible or kill whoever spotted me to keep anyone with a gun off my tracks. It was exhilarating and stressful, as I tried to only incapacitate those who got in my way and to go undetected. It was hard, as it takes much longer and is more conspicuous to go up to someone and choke them out, instead of shooting them with a silenced pistol, or just shooting up an entire wing of the mansion to get to my target. As I tried to achieve different challenges, I found myself learning the mansion more and more, until I knew exactly what to do each time I came back. It felt rewarding to be stealthy, to weave in and out of the crowd, dawning different costumes and deceiving the NPC's surrounding you.

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    Nov 7th, 2018 at 00:40:39     -    HITMAN (XBONE)

    As I started playing the first few tests you're given to decide if you become an agent, I was almost overwhelmed with all the options your given to complete a single mission. I tried a few different paths, killing everyone in sight to get to my target, sneaking in as a guard to get to his office and plant explosives, and dressing as a sailor to poison my targets drink. Going through the next mission, I didn't know where to start, as there were at least five special options to kill my target, and I could just run around or go in guns ablaze. Hitman lets you choose your method of play, to find what you enjoy, and gives you the option to complete challenges to find different options and play styles during missions, so you can blend in and be unseen.

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    Sep 27th, 2018 at 18:30:41     -    Nier Automata (PC)

    As I left the bunker, I was drawn into the game by the beautiful world and the freedom to explore I was given. And as I went to help the resistance, the machine enemies I found were progressively getting weirder. Some would just stand around, some were violent, but as I went out into the desert, they started to talk. Asking for help, saying "run away", talking about the pain they were in. 2B was hesitant to attack, but 9S reminded her they couldn't speak, they were just repeating random strings of words. But as I progressed, it got worse. The machines were wearing tribal outfits, attempting to have sex, and pretending to care for a child. After fighting me with a large horde of machines, they came together and made what appeared to be another android. I didn't attack it, and it didn't move or attack me, as the game urged me to get rid of it, I begrudgingly attacked it. The "thing" started to evolve, learning how to dodge, shield, and return attacks. After a long battle, I stabbed him with 9S, and I thought he was dead. As 2B walked away, he emerged from his own body as another android, healed. I couldn't tell what even was going on anymore as I ran away.

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