Summary: enjoyed all of the hitman games and have played them multiple times (aside from hitman absolution) . In the others your disguise was your most powerful weapon (aside from your silver ballers if someone pissed you off) and they kind of made hit man a puzzle game in a sense. So i walked into absolution blind. If i put on my disguise and walked into a room some one on the other side of the room would recognize me instantly.
Summary: As you can probably already tell I wasnt happy with this game. Yes it had better graphics, yes it had better sound quality, but that doesnt mean a better game. The controls worked well, but took alittle getting used too. The reason, however, I put the gameplay score so low was because they took out something every Hitman game had, customization.
Summary: As a point of reference, I've owned every Hitman installment since "Silent Assassin" on the original Xbox. I consider myself a stalwart fan of the series, and have grown to love its unique blend of social stealth and sandbox level design. The style of previous Hitman titles is unmistakable, and little details like the butchered girl and underwear-clad Sturrock swooning to Pauk Anka in 'The Meat King's Party', or the glass hot tub in 'You Better Watch Out...
Summary: Did not enjoy this game at all but looks wise and the idea of it was OK didn't really give it a chance though played the first few levels on different difficulty settings but just couldn't get into it. Hence three stars perhaps I'll give it another go at some point.
Summary: This was not what i was expecting from a hitman game, it felt more like splinter cell conviction with some hitman elements. Although i enjoyed playing it and the story was great, as were the graphics it wasnt what i was expecting
Summary: It's okay but it's just very complicated and difficult to finish a chapter and you have to be very imaginative with your kills. I'm not telling people not to buy it, but it is not a game for me.