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Submitted by Wiiloveit 563d ago | review

Review: Hitman: Absolution (darkzero)

"Agent 47 has been on a hiatus for the past six years. During his break, the developers of the stealth franchise have brought us a couple of third-person shooters with the Kane & Lynch titles, and also brought us the surprisingly fun Mini Ninjas. It’s fair to say that fans were ready for a new Hitman game, especially since the last title was in-between the crossover into this generation of consoles. Fans had yet to see what IO Interactive could do with the extra power, which is exciting to see after the open nature of Hitman: Blood Money’s mission structure. Has IO Interactive created a worthwhile successor? Or has the title gone back to the linear approach (which seems to plague a lot of big budget titles nowadays)?" (darkzero) (Hitman: Absolution, PC) 7/10

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