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Hitman Absolution- PC

Hitman Absolution- PC
alaScore 93

30 reviews

Oct, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 30 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the single player gameplay. The reliability is also mentioned favorably, but there are mixed views on the action and story.

design, reliability, single player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the Hitman: Absolution- PC is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 30 reviews)

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Hitman: Absolution

 

Hitman: Absolution marks the return of Agent 47 after a six year hiatus in the beloved franchise by IO Interactive. The Hitman series of games have continually challenged players with tracking and assassinating various targets across the world, while...

Agent 47 returns in the much-anticipated Hitman: Absolution only to be restricted by linear level structures and poorly-implemented Instinct mode. Fortunately, the new Contracts mode and stunning graphic overhaul both make for worthwhile additions to...

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It's weird watching game worlds get smaller as technology gets better: it's no surprise that early footage of Hitman: Absolution showed a game that was more linear and ‘corridor'-like than previous iterations, as the reality isn't so far from the...

There was one particularly interesting set piece that involved killing someone who was in the middle of a wrestling match. Shame that kind of set up isn’t consistent throughout.

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Hitman: Blood Money was released more than six years ago, but I feel that it aged better than many games of its time, and this only made fans of this assassination series by IO Interactive more antsy as the developers spent years away from the...

Hitman: Absolution's insistence on putting Agent 47 on the run can often get in the way of what made the series so fun in the past, and the lack of a manual save system undermines the kind of goofing around and experimentation that made past games so...

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Hitman: Absolution Review

 

A confident return for a long-absent cult hit?

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Hitman: Absolution Review

 

Agent 47 strays from his path of glory, but still manages to hit his mark.

Still Hitman; gorgeous levels; very replayable

Glitchy AI; appalling story; bad stealth

IO Interactive sure is lucky that Richard ended up liking Absolution in spite of some of those major problems. If I'd spent a decade training a legion of hardcore assassination simulator fans, the absolute last thing I'd want to do is piss them off.

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Hitman Absolution

 

Sing for Absolution...

If I had to pick a descriptor for

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Given one of the initial salvos from Hitman: Absolution's marketing cannon was a trailer in which its iconic bald-headed assassin brutally slays a squad of women dressed in rubber nun costumes and suspenders, it's perhaps no surprise that the finished...

A bit of misfire, both for a once-proud series and as a stealth-action game in its own right. Good ideas and freeform play possibilities get drowned out by routine hiding, illogical systems and an unsavoury tone.

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Hitman: Absolution

 

When Agent 47 last graced consoles in 2006's Hitman: Blood Money, his bald, barcoded head stood at the pinnacle of video game assassins. However, on 47's return in Hitman: Absolution, he finds that 2012 is a different world; there are...

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Hitman Absolution

 

Agent 47 is back, and this time he's on the warpath. It's a bold move, but has IO Interactive overplayed..

But Hitman: Absolution falls short of the mark because it’s trying too hard to be something it isn't. Hopefully next time IO Interactive lets Agent 47 get back to what he does best. And that's not saving damsels in distress, running from the cops, or...

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Hitman Absolution

 

HITMAN ABSOLUTION follows Agent 47®, a cold blooded assassin, who takes on his most dangerous contract to date. Betrayed by those he trusted and hunted by the police, he finds himself at the centre of a dark conspiracy and must embark on a personal...

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