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The Chuckle Brothers playing real-life Hitman is viral gold

We wrote yesterday about the excellent promotion for the new Hitman game - a real-life version controlled by remote players - but they've well and truly taken it up a notch now.

They've enlisted legendary comedy duo The Chuckle Brothers to take control of Agent 47 and complete a mission, and it's comedy gold from start to finish.

Paul certainly seems to be the more bloodthirsty of the two, and the sight of him urging his character to garotte someone is not something we ever thought we'd see, but then we never thought they'd collaborate with Tinchy Stryder either, and that definitely happened.

Incredible stuff.



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