Summary: Absolution was a long wait for fans of the infamous Hitman series. Always known as a unique stealth third/first person simulator, the character Agent 47 just wasn’t as Hollywood as say, Sam Fisher or Solid Snake.
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.
Summary: Good game, not as good as i was expecting but overall entertaining. The disc was in good shape for being used, the packaging was intact, and delivery came on the projected date. Personally I liked hitman bloodmoneys story better, but that's just me, if you love the hitman franchise then i would...
Summary: As far as the campaign goes, Blood Money wins by a mile. In Blood Money the contract and missions are target based, each mission you have to eliminate someone, Absolution is a lot different, they make it seem like escaping the levels or retrieving something is the more important then getting the...
Summary: I feel this game was a nice evolution of the previous Hitman games. There is a lot of satisfaction in executing a well planned strike and getting away with no one being the wiser. You are also given a lot of indications on what is working vs. what isn't (disguises, hiding, etc.).
Summary: I'm giving H A a 3 because I'm renting it and won't play through the entire game before return, otherwise I might have rated it lower. What I'm doing is giving a review based on where I ended the gameplay. I played on Normal level.
It's a passable game but I wouldn't recommend paying full price
Matthew Anderson "Robbin505", Amazon
30 December 2012
Summary: I am a longtime fan of the Hitman series and have played Contracts and Blood Money multiple times. Although this game feels similar to the rest of the series it isn't quite right. I find that the game is more of a corridor based game in which the designers have laid out a path and a preferred way to...
Wanted to love it...disappointed. Little to no replay value
17 December 2012
Summary: My first Hitman game was the last one, Hitman: Blood Money. Fantastic game, absolutely loved it. However, I feel that Absolution took away almost everything that made Blood Money so fun. Yes I do a lot of comparing to Blood Money, but I think it's fair to hold the game to that standard.