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Submitted by GregE_EntFocus 808d ago | review

Entertainment Focus - Review: Hitman Absolution

Hitman Absolution is a brilliant game and another great entry for the series. The game feels more approachable for newcomers than previous entries. The freedom of choice when tackling missions brings fantastic replayability and when coupled with the online leaderboards will keep players coming back for a long time. If you enjoy stealth games or are already a fan of the series then Hitman Absolution is a highly recommended purchase. (Hitman: Absolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8/10

landog  +   808d ago
I love hitman games, but have not grabbed this yet, I'm not sure why, I want it, I think I am just waiting for the right price, christmas gets expensive!
anticooper  +   807d ago
its a great game its worth the full retail price imo Peace:-)

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