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Submitted by Xanthus22 654d ago | opinion piece

A Game with Real Replayability: Hitman: Absolution

Leviathyn | Replayability has become a huge selling point for video games. But somehow the gaming industry has forgotten what this feature actually means. Going back through levels for collectibles and a change in difficulty settings is not real replayability. Hitman: Absolution shows us what real replayability actually is. (Hitman: Absolution, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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