Hitman Absolution: The Saints are not dead!

In a conference given at the Montreal International Game Summit, Cord Smith, Director of Marketing for Square Enix Studios and in charge of the campaign for the rebirth of their giant opus and a direct sequel to the franchise, Hitman : Absolution, granted us with a great piece of Insider news.

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nassour2193d ago (Edited 2193d ago )

This game has promises lets see how it all turns out to be!

djslimzz2193d ago

I wonder if the characters will be as badass as Niko

candybooty2193d ago

What is this game summit you speak of?

nassour2193d ago

the summit or should i say MIGS is like a GDC but in Montreal Canada. Interesting stuff that come out of developers

ChampOfChamps2193d ago

Ya, it always is. I guess we'll see what they have in store.

Nefario62193d ago

This is totally cool! Finally Agent 47 has nemeses not that Mark Parchezzi III albino clone he went up against in Blood money. This is a big surprise. Never has there been "boss mechanics" in a Hitman title prior to this. Lets see how it unfolds.

DudeJets2193d ago

Trading in Ac3 for this

ChampOfChamps2193d ago

No way! :O! Hitman is good but AC3 is... epic.

DudeJets2193d ago

I wouldn't call it epic, it was good but the ending was just muh. Connor was dull, and the time I enjoyed the most in game involved haythem. All in all I personally would only rate Ac3 like a 6/10. Needed more Desmond missions they were good. And needed more main story. But the side missions this time didn't feel like a chore.

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