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Hitman Absolution Review

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Hitman Absolution isn't everything I expected it to be to say the least, I salute IO interactive for trying something new with the series, but I feel this isn't quite the way this series should go. I'm all for series evolving over time, for instance I love Splinter Cell Conviction despite it being more action heavy than it's predecessors, and I'm excited for Splinter Cell Blacklist, even though they left out my main man Michael Ironside. But what makes Splinter Cell Conviction's new take on the series work is the fact that even though they leave the door open for new players, they don't close the door on their long time fans.

Hitman Absolution offers lot's of cool stuff, but not everything that they've implemented belongs in a Hitman game. The Story was good, but the way the levels were structured ultimatly hurt the game. Levels like Chinatown and Terminus Hotel felt like Classic Hitman, Too bad there were way too few levels like them in the game.

I'll give the game a 7,5.

Feedback on the review would be great, And I still can't get the scaling of the pictures right, any tips?
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About AndyLonnone of us since 12:45 PM on 04.07.2012

Well this is akward, I guess you want me to tell everyone something about myself, Where to begin, I'm from Norway, where I work as an Electrician, And I have a well established gaming addiction that started early on, As I've grown up it's probably the one hobby that has been constant, I started with a Windows 3,1 computer with games like Wolfenstein 3D and Prince of Persia, moved over to Sega Mega Drive (a console I still have and play to this day) and so on and so forth.

Today I own all three of the home consoles on the market, and a high end computer, I try to play just as much on all four, but as the current generation has stalled too long, I often than not find myself playing most games on the PC with a Xbox Controller.

In my blog I'll write abit about everything that I find interesting in the industry today, So I hope you enjoy.