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Hitman: Absolution- Xbox 360

alaTest has collected and analyzed 36 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the value for money and story. The design and gameplay are also mentioned favorably, but there are some negative views about the action.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Hitman: Absolution- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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Hitman Absolution

 

"Overall it's a skillful execution of functional aesthetics and believable gameplay."

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Hitman :Absolution Review

 

For years, Agent 47 has been the go-to guy when it comes to putting someone in the ground. Over the years on the Xbox and PlayStation 2 platforms, he established himself as the killer elite, a hitman that can finish the job no matter what the cost,...

There's also a cover system, should you end up in a skirmish that results in a hefty gun battle, where you can hide behind objects or in crowds to avoid detection. This is put to the ultimate test in a crowded Chicago train station, where every cop is...

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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.

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Hitman: Absolution Review

 

A confident return for a long-absent cult hit?

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Hitman: Absolution

 

It was just another Saturday night, or so I thought. I'd shaved my head in anticipation for what I was hoping was another fairly simple night, one with no complications and one where I'd go unseen, like a ghost in the night. Suited up in my slick black...

Hitman: Absolution is the sequel to Blood Money that fans have been itching for. In terms of game mechanics it’s the best Hitman that IO Interactive has ever created, although the lack of inherently unique settings is a disappointment. That said, IO...

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Hitman: Absolution- Xbox 360

 

Hitman: Absolution's vivid world and enjoyable stealth-action gameplay overshadow itsfew notable inconsistencies.

The best missions are open-ended and allow you to be stealthy or shooty ; Stealth gameplay is tense and challenging ; Excellent production values instill a strong sense of place

AI inconsistencies diminish the action ; Multiple linear, anticlimactic sequences

Point shooting is visually stimulating. The camera closes in on the victim, and you watch his head thrust backward from the impact of the bullet in slow motion. In the soundtrack, rising dissonant chords underscore the violence, the music culminates in...

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Hitman Absolution

 

Sing for Absolution...

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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.

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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

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Hitman: Absolution Review

 

Hitman: Absolution will give you ways to kill that you didn't even know existed.

I’m about 1,500 words into this review and I still feel like I haven’t told you about everything Hitman: Absolution has to offer. In a way, though, that’d only be fitting for a game like this. Despite being a strictly single-player experience,...

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