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Hitman: Absolution
9.2 out of 10

Hitman: Absolution

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Overall 9
8.5

Hitman: Absolution

Gaming Evolution
5 October 2013
  • Conclusion: Also included is a Contracts mode where people can create their own custom hits within each game level and you can choose the NPCs, the weapons and disguises you want to use. And you can even challenge your friends or others to complete your contracts in a faster time then you or more efficiently so...
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Overall 9
8.5

PS3 Review - 'Hitman: Absolution'

WorthPlaying
24 January 2013
  • Summary: Hitman: Absolution follows Agent 47, a cold-blooded assassin, who takes on his most dangerous contract to date. Betrayed by those he once trusted — and now hunted by the police — he suddenly finds himself at the center of a dark conspiracy and must embark on a personal journey through a corrupt and...
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Overall 8
8.0

Hitman: Absolution Review

GamerNode
19 December 2012
  • Summary: Agent 47 is back with clean stealth and little narrative investment.
  • Pros: Smooth stealth mechanics, Fully-realized set pieces
  • Cons: Deplorable characters
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Overall 8
8.0
Gameplay 7
7.0
Funfactor 8
8.0

Hitman: Absolution

Digital Chumps
25 November 2012
  • Conclusion: Even with trial and error style gameplay falling out of style, Hitman: Absolution makes absorbing and learning every last detail attractive and engaging. This point of entry is technically more flawed, but it's potentially more interesting for skilled and patient players.
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Overall 8
8.4
Gameplay 8
8.3
Graphics 8
8.1
Sound 9
8.8
Multiplayer 9
8.6
Control 9
8.5
Addiction 8
8.0

Expert Review

PSX Extreme
24 November 2012
  • Excerpt: : Gritty, atmospheric, visceral, edgy, and intense, just to name a few. The mechanics and AI are flawed to a certain extent but in general, you find the adventure drawing you in, keeping you riveted, and rewarding your effort with a palpable feeling of satisfaction and even triumph.
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Overall 8
8.0

Hitman: Absolution Review (PS3)

PlayStation LifeStyle
19 November 2012
  • Summary: Dual Siverballers…check. Fiber wire….check. Badass suit….check. Yep, it’s a Hitman game.
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Overall 9
8.5

Hitman Absolution

Destructoid
19 November 2012
  • Summary: Welcome back, 47 Six years seems like a long time to have to wait for a new Hitman installment, but I/O Interactive certainly kept themselves busy during that time. With a powerful engine under the hood (in the form of Glacier2), the baldest assassin of all-time is stepping out with a taut, exciting...
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Overall 7
6.9
Design 7
7.1
Gameplay 7
6.9
Storyline 5
4.6

Hitman: Absolution

GameTrailers
18 November 2012
  • Excerpt: After six years of downtime, Agent 47 is back on the job in Hitman: Absolution. Given the sizable gap between installments, it’s only logical that Io Interactive would change up the pattern for 47’s first real next-gen contract.
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Overall 7
7.0

Hitman: Absolution

Techtree
25 February 2013
  • Excerpt: I fell in love with the Hitman series the first time I played Silent Assassin at an Xbox kiosk at a mall in London in 2003. It may just have been the Indian mentality of making the most of free things, but I travelled 30 minutes to that mall for three days straight just to finish that game.
  • Pros: Old school assassination missions are as fun as ever; Gorgeous visuals; Contracts mode offers tons of replay value; High production values and great voice acting.
  • Cons: Linear, story-driven Hitman game with feels bizarre; Exceptionally buggy AI; Checkpoint system is too random; What is up with assassin nuns?
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Overall 9
8.5

GAME REVIEW – Hitman: Absolution (PlayStation 3)

Alternative Magazine Online
31 December 2012
  • Conclusion: Hitman: Absolution is a brilliant game that tells an average story. Agent 47 is still pretty much a blank slate, but he becomes increasingly more likable as the game progresses simply because the people he kills are so utterly repulsive.
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