Why Hitman doesn’t work in real life
After two weeks of first-hand research in Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Calcutta, one is compelled to conclude that Mr. Reiper (a.k.a Agent 47 of Hitman fame) would be a terrible failure in real life. Here are five reasons why:
- Guards in real life are not as stupid and predictable in their routine.
- You don’t find uniforms in your size lying about in convenient locations.
- Wouldn’t it be terribly inconvenient moving about with many bottles of anaesthetic in one’s pocket?
- (Pointed out by Niklas) Usually it isn’t enough to dress up like a guard to fool the other guards, because they recognize each other.
- You never find fuse boxes, trip switches, alarms and other such things lying about in convenient, accessible areas, and unguarded and unlocked.