Summary: I started playing games like Splinter Cell Chaos Theory etc and eventually stumbled upon the library gameplay for Absolution on youtube and was looking forward to it greatly. I did play Blood Money and enjoyed it greatly and replayed it a good amount. The greatest contrasts between BM and Absolution are in the level design, customization, linear style, and disguises.
Summary: My first games were Hitman and Twisted metal for playstation 2. I then waited till 2014 to get a gaming system again. The graphics are great, on that elite level, the sound is also really good and fells like a movie. I really the crowd scenes in this game which are many. I will say I miss the disguise that older Hitman had, you get found out right away. The fake surrender is really good though.
Summary: The story is alright but it fails to keep you even slightly interesting. The game play is a ton of fun though and it's very satisfying to kill enemies through out. The graphics are solid as well and there are a ton of unlockables as well. Overall, It's a pretty solid game and if you like other games in the Hitman series, You'd love this one.
Summary: While the Hitman franchise has been around since the PS2 days, Hitman Absolution was my first entry into the series. I enjoy third person shooters and stealth games alike, so I picked it up for its affordable price. Absolution stars Agent 47; a legendary hitman who feels betrayed by the government group he works for known as "The Agency".
Summary: Pretty solid game. Not sure if I just haven't played it for long enough but it seems to me that I enjoyed Hitman Bloodmoney a bit more. As with most games, I'm sure the quality will get better as I progress through the campaign.
Summary: My rating for this game would have been 2 stars if I took into account that it is part of the Hitman series. IO Interactive has changed almost everything from the old school Hitman games, including the large levels and the incredible soundtrack; all that is left of the original series is David Bateson, the voice of 47.
Summary: Going back through each mission and figuring out how else to accomplish the mission and attain the challenges make for a higher difficulty and enhanced fun. This is the first I've played of the Hitman series, but I am very happy with this entry.