Submitted by thesamecoin 1094d ago | review

The Same Coin - Hitman: Absolution – Review

The fact it’s taken six & a half years for IO Interactive to release a follow up to the sublime Hitman: Blood Money is a little perplexing, especially when you realise in that time the Danish Developer has instead decided to release Mini Ninja’s and two Kane & Lynch games.

Many fans began to fear they had given up on the silent assassin, but after finally playing Hitman: Absolution its clear IO have been watching and waiting for the right time to dust off the old silverballers. (Hitman: Absolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

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