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Submitted by ForeignEarth 702d ago | opinion piece

Could Hitman: Absolution Be The Best Game Of The Year?

FruityGamers:
Move Over Blood Money, It's Absolution Time

Could Hitman: Absolution be the game of the year? Marking the series' first entry since the much-loved Hitman: Blood Money, which was released in 2006, this also marks the series' first debut on the PS3 this generation. (Hitman: Absolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Tvensky  +   702d ago
It could for me definitely, but I doubt that this hardcore type of game be for everyone...
oIITSBIIo  +   702d ago
The game is good but have some issues like : AI system needs some hard work to fix - cant use the hole wall for cover - hiding palaces is similar ... etc
One good balancing patch can make this game amazing regardless the story .
I'm playing on Hard BTW .
bauer007  +   702d ago
I have completed it twice and havent found any issues with cover...
oIITSBIIo  +   701d ago
Well it is not smoothly enough to me compared to SC for example .

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