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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1007d ago | review

Hitman Absolution Review | Analog Addiction

Analog Addiction write:

"Absolutely Brilliant.

6 years ago Agent 47 made his first appearance on current generation consoles with Hitman: Blood Money, becoming a memorable cult classic the bald headed assassin disappeared without a trace, until now. Hitman: Absolution brings back 47 in one of his greatest tales to date, iO Interactive using their latest Glacier 2 engine have been able to provide a cinematic style narrative with some of the best stealth gameplay I have encountered. Absolution oozes atmosphere, from the unique musical score, to the gorgeously delivered cut scenes. Hitman’s latest adventure provides hardcore fans with the freedom of choice that the franchise is known for, but also providing those new to the series with an excellent display of how gameplay and narrative should complement one another. Absolution is one of 2012’s best titles, so it is time to slip into that silk lined suit, adjust that red tie my friends and grab your trusty silver ballers. Agent 4... (Hitman: Absolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.3/10

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