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Hitman: Absolution's Split Personality | gamrReview

gamrReview: "Hitman has always been a niche series, but with the addition of some borrowed (and tired) techniques, Square Enix hopes to broaden its reach. Though the emphasis on stealth remains, the inclusion of the hand holding mechanics makes Hitman: Absolution feel more like every other third person shooter. Having the freedom of mission execution, however, helps to counteract this, giving some promise to the upcoming title." (Hitman: Absolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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