Excerpt: It’s been a long time since we got to step into the shoes of the big, bald, barcoded assassin known only as Agent 47. Thankfully, Hitman: Absolution was worth the wait, providing the biggest game ever with a myriad of environments that will test would-be assassins on all levels, and rate their...
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.
Excerpt: Hitman’s past has been as cold and calculated as its murderous anti-hero, each game cloned from the last to create a technically better sequel with technically better mechanics. Absolution defies this tradition.
Pros: Varied missions with seemingly limitless options, Sleek, sexy style, Bountiful improvements to the basic gameplay
Cons: A sometimes muddled story, That there aren't enough traditional levels, Seriously, what’s up with the bloom lighting?
Summary: For all that was evident throughout the entire course of this title, one thing is sure – IO Interactive hasn’t chosen to rush with the game at any point. There’s a certain vibe of finesse that’s apparent all the while.
Excerpt: Agent 47 has suffered in his life. From his vile creation and eventual torture at the hands of Dr. Ort-Meyer to the emotional scarring that has come with some of his more personal contracts, Agent 47’s life is one of deep pain.
Summary: Det er en kæmpe forløsning, at Hitman er så godt et spil, som det viser sig at være. Som dansk medie vil man så gerne, at danske tiltag skal lykkes og det gør det med Absolution. Et superfedt spil, som kan anbefales på det varmeste.