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Submitted by RyanMartin 1006d ago | review

One Hit Pixel: Review: Hitman Absolution

This generation of consoles has seen a reimagining of gaming’s assassin. With Assassin’s Creed visiting the Middle Ages and, more recently, the American Revolution, there have been very few games to incorporate the concept let alone bring them into the modern-day. In the previous cycle of consoles, there was such character that took this title and made it his own. Now he’s six years wiser and back with a bang but how does Agent 47 fair against his targets today? Has he lost a step or has his small hiatus given him renewed vigour? In short, Hitman is as sharp as ever in both skills and dress sense. (Hitman: Absolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) A-/A+

Valenka  +   1006d ago
A well-written review, but basically another copy/paste job from more popular gaming websites.
SkirkRidgeEX  +   996d ago
All content from the site is written by the reviewer, otherwise that would be plagiarism. That isn't the case.

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