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Hitman: Absolution- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 35 reviews of Hitman: Absolution- PS3. The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) for all reviews. Views about the single player gameplay and graphics are overall positive. The usability and price are also mentioned favorably. Comments are divided on the design.

story, price, usability, graphics, single player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Hitman: Absolution- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 92/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Ben Dutka (

Hitman: Absolution Review


Various apt descriptive terms could be applied to Hitman: Absolution: Gritty, atmospheric, visceral, edgy, and intense, just to name a few. The mechanics and AI are flawed to a certain extent but in general, you find the adventure drawing you in,...

The Ugly: “Dude…what are you shooting at?”

Nov, 2012

Expert review by : Joe Robinson (

Hitman: Absolution Review


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.

Nov, 2012

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Hitman: Absolution Review


A confident return for a long-absent cult hit?

Nov, 2012

Expert review by : Alex Donaldson (

Hitman Absolution


Sing for Absolution...

If I had to pick a descriptor for

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : Edward Inzauto (

Hitman Absolution Preview


Agent 47 has a brand new bag. In IO Interactive's Hitman Absolution, the professional contract killer finds himself starring in the unfamiliar role of the hunted, the victim of conspiracy, and a man seeking revenge on those who've betrayed him.

Jun, 2011

Expert review by : Dave Payerle (

Hitman: Absolution Review


Agent 47 returns in top form. Find out how deadly he is in our full review.

Tons of choice ; Lots of replay value ; Great presentation ; Excellent voice acting

Learning curve ; Occasional wandering

Expert review by : Ian (

Hitman Absolution Review


It's been 6 long years since the last Hitman game, and the world has moved on since then. Do we still need Agent 47 in our lives?

Hitman Absolution" is a roaring success. It looks and plays great. Whilst today’s Call of Duty crowd won’t necessarily like it, fans of the series will love the fact that the core gameplay remains intact, and the overall storyline is far more coherent...

Dec, 2012

Expert review by : WoLf (

Hitman: Absolution


Games Xtreme becomes Agent 47 for our Hitman: Absolution review. Is the game a worthy contender to the franchise – read on and see!

Hitman: Absolution does a lot of things right, makes very few mistakes and provides a long and entertaining game with lots of replay value. Contracts mode adds even more!

Dec, 2012

Expert review by : Hadyn Green (

Hitman Absolution


An intricate puzzle box that has a small number of particular ways to open it. Or, you can just smash it..

Overall though, it’s an excellent game with an almost Grindhouse film aesthetic to it. Even the level with the Saints was actually incredibly challenging and fun to play (if you ignored the sexy nun thing.) The amazing imagery and huge crowd scenes -...

Nov, 2012

Expert review by : Gameboffin (

Hitman: Absolution Review


Hitman: Absolution has muddied its waters. The story is interesting enough and full of wacky characters and situations, but it has lost that clinical, professional feel that the series perfected in Blood Money.

High replay; Some satisfying hits when things go right; And also when things go wrong; Contracts allows you to send personal challenges to friends

nstinct removes the social observation element; Cut scenes intrude on levels; Areas are generally quite small; Stealth not stalking

Nov, 2012