I'm following how the game is named on Steam. The game is name is HITMAN™, and it's staying that way.

Just giving my two cents, the trademark abbreviation should not be displayed in the page's title. Each and every title in the Hitman series (or any other video game) have the trademark abbreviation next to it, so this game is no exception. Also, the title should not be written in full capital letters unless it's an acronym.
I understand that this title was renamed that way to stand out among the other games shown on this wiki, but these are standard editing rules among other wikis, which ultimately look up to wikipedia for their manuals of style. -Pauolo (talk) 12:06, March 13, 2016 (UTC)
I'm following the game's name as it is on Steam, and that's final. And frankly, I could care less about the editing style of other wiki's, or how other wiki's manual of style look up to Wikipedia's.
Although the primary logo has "™" in extremely small print, every news listing on the official Hitman website only mentions it as "HITMAN." You can take points from their homepage: Hitman Website Not to mention that requiring editors to include this for proper navigation makes it needlessly inconvenient.
If you are certain the Steam title is the accepted form, I will note that Hitman: Absolution also includes ™ in its title. As such, you'll have to rename the Hitman: Absolution page. If you change your mind, the proper format would be "HITMAN (2016)." -MegaScience (talk) 21:24, April 2, 2016 (UTC)
I came here to say this exact thing. It certainly doesn't help when it comes to editing, and I don't think Steam should be held as more reliable than the official website.MrBelpitsLegs (talk) 20:47, April 7, 2016 (UTC)