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Hitman Absolution (PS3)
- Hitman Absolution (PS3)
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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard Edition
HITMAN: Absolution follows cold-blooded assassin Agent 47™ as he takes on his most dangerous—and personal—contract to date.
Betrayed by those he once trusted and hunted by the police, Agent 47 finds himself caught in the center of a dark conspiracy and propelled through a corrupt and twisted world.
Donning the suit of this legendary assassin, you become a deadly marksman with the ability to blend into plain sight, kill with your bare hands, and fashion weapons from almost anything.
Take on the role of Agent 47 and his many extraordinary talents, then ask: what kind of Hitman are you?
- Blend In: Impersonate your victims and hide in plain site. A huge variety of disguises offer you deep strategies, new options, and the element of surprise.
- Improvised Weapons: Turn everyday items into instruments of death. Unique weapons can be found anywhere, meaning exploration can pay off in amazing ways.
- Instincts Mode: See the world through the eyes of the ultimate assassin. Predict enemy patrols, identify escape routes, temporarily enhance your disguise - and focus your “Point-Shooting” abilities to unleash a barrage of insanely accurate shots.
- Choice: Approach every level in your own unique style: Silent Assassins, you can prey from the shadows and never leave a trace. Action Junkies, go in guns-blazing through the well-guarded front door. Undetectable or unrelenting, what kind of Hitman are you?
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First off, the perfection: never before has Agent 47 been so charged with menace. What's more, you feel like a killer, a professional whose trade is artful murder. This has been pulled off in a couple of ways. First, IO have brought a physicality to 47 which was missing from the previous games and translates into every kill. Second, enemies can be taken down with far greater flexibility - no more sneaking up behind them at just the right moment only to somehow miss with your garrotte. Third, the shooting system is far more innovative. The new `instinct' system - which allows 47 to blend into his surroundings and monitor his foes - also allows `point shooting': i.e. stopping time to tag your targets before effortlessly taking them down in one deadly sweep. For diehards, this may be cheating, but its availability is limited and, besides, it's by no means forced upon you, acting as a cool flourish rather than a central gameplay mechanic.
However, there's a price to this: the free form sandbox gameplay in the previous games hasn't been left intact. Likely to make room for a smoother world with fewer bugs, IO have streamlined levels. The upshot of this is that the world is more economical, the gameplay richer somehow. But the structure is more linear and the settings themselves chronologically compartmentalised into sections. Generally speaking, there's just one main path through each level, with few detours - and stealth is a constant must as certain enemies will see through disguises.Read more ›
- Some of the levels are brilliant, open ended, funny, loads of options and accidents avaialble.
- The challenges for each level provide lots of re-playability without feeling boring.
- The graphics, music and kill-sequences are superb, much more fluid and adaptable.
- A simple interface makes for easy control, making complex timing challenging but never frustrating.
- The new 'Contracts' levels are mildly diverting and can act as a welcome break from the main story.
- A dull, dull DULL story that is not wanted or needed, no-one wants a moral or emotional Agent 47...
- A large number of rubbish levels that are simply "get from A-B without being seen", or Uncharted-esque press button fight sequences.
- The accident kills are made blindingly obvious, and sledom require timing, you just set it up and then wait for a kill to be confirmed whilst doing something else.
- An inconsistent disguise/suspicion system.
- Terrible cutscenes and zero-dimensional characters (bad guys are all perverted swear factories, women are all pornstars, and the little girl to whom 47 is mysteriously devoted might as well be a platic doll.
It's a really mixed bag, we all know the best bits of previous games, the best levels were often contained buildings, with lots of subtle options, a bit of humour and some real originality (the hotel in the original hitman, the apartment in silent assassion, the country house in contracts, the suburban house and xmas party in blood money).Read more ›
So it was such a suprize and joy to play a game as Hitman Absolution, and use in game mechanic's and ideas that are new and fresh even now; that the only real comparison anywhere close to the gameplay being Splinter Cell Conviction, and even then, it's just a small part of that game.
Having not played the previous Hitman game, "Blood Money", i can't confirm if the story for Absolution, continues that game from 6 years ago. What i can tell you is that as a stand alone game, you get up to speed very simply and very quickly with the excellent opening cinematics of Absolution.
The story is, you play as Agent 47, an ICA Hitman for hire. Your handler in the Agency is a lady called Diana Burnwood, but Diana has just gone rogue and taken a "package" with her that the agency wants back. You start the game by killing Diana, but what she tells you in her deathscene has you searching for your own Absolution.
The story is great to begin with, and it's all presented well with some supurb graphics and awsome soundtrack. What isn't so great is the characters you face along the way are out of place in the world your playing. They would be more at home in a superhero game like Batman than a real world hitman one, but even so they are all voiced and acted extremely well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perhaps the defining characteristic of the Hitman series was its flawed genius. Clunky gameplay and a plethora of bugs were offset by novel originality and an atmospheric sandbox... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Amazon Customer
Can not fault this game at all and will be playing it for a while probably a long while indeedPublished 2 months ago by Honest John
Best hitman yet. Better than ps4 hitman because that's released in bits. Worst way to buy games. This hitman is amazing!!Published 4 months ago by filmbuffzone
Game had lots of options to play differently, very detailed and enjoyable game. I would recommend this game to anyone.Published 4 months ago by Patryk Fudali