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Submitted by PositiveEmotions 729d ago | news

Hitman: Absolution is absolutely $12 at Best Buy

Xbox 360 and PS3 versions of Hitman: Absolution are on sale for a mere $12 at Best Buy right now. (Hitman: Absolution, PS3, Xbox 360)

Sharius  +   729d ago
there is the good chance this game will go to PS+ next month so i think i'll wait
LOGICWINS  +   729d ago
Same.
dolores12ebron   728d ago | Spam
PositiveEmotions  +   729d ago
Is this a sequel?
fsfsxii  +   729d ago
Are you for real?
jon1234  +   729d ago
absolutely not
No_Limit  +   729d ago
Got the deal earlier for just a little over $7, got a $5 coupon to spare. Both versions are OOS now.
PositiveEmotions  +   729d ago
Yaaay my new made it here hehe im so happy :).

Sorry idk whats this about but i just wanted to share with you guys :)
Gridloc  +   729d ago
It's still not worth the 12 bucks...
Geovanny  +   729d ago
Yeah it was a disappointment compared to Blood Money
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Kurylo3d  +   728d ago
thats what i keep telling everyone. Was soo disappointed with this latest one. Blood money embodied what hitman is supposed to be.. a thinking mans game.
Campy da Camper  +   729d ago
I was pretty dissapointed with it too. I don't know if its me getting older and pickier or if games seem to be getting more boring. I used to buy tons of games and play online quite a bit. Now, I just buy those really good games like the Souls, the last of us, etc. Very rarely play mp. God, I miss the Rainbow 6 days....
ChipChipperson  +   729d ago
It's not necessarily old age or being picky really. It's just most of these newer games lack that certain... innovation compared to the older generations. I enjoyed Absolution for what it was, but it can't compare to Contracts and especially, Blood Money, which had set the bar so high in terms of gameplay. I know what you mean though, back then, I use to play games like crazy and not get bored, but now... meh, most games, you start to notice them borrowing gameplay mechanics from each other. Not many tactical FPS/TPS games out there, no more extremely cool looking Jap games like the PS1 days, etc. The Last of Us was the latest one where I thoroughly enjoyed both the single player and multiplayer, which is rare for me to enjoy both of those in most new releases.
SilentNegotiator  +   729d ago
AAA publishers are forcing samey action-oriented, linear games, that's why.

There hasn't been many truly good stealth games this entire generation.
sashimi  +   728d ago
IT may be for $12 but its only for in store pickup and rarely any of them have it available and i tried hours ago around manhattan -_-
SlapHappyJesus  +   728d ago
Got it for for close to half that on Steam months ago. Still, a good deal. Pretty good game overall.

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