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Hitman Absolution

Postby Gino 1959 » Tue Dec 11, 2012 5:02 pm

Damn this is a really good game - tough enough even on Normal.

You have to be cruel, smart, lethal, cunning...wait...that's me :mrgreen:

Has a brilliant mode called Contracts where you basically create a hit with various parameters and challenge the online community to master it - an excellent idea.
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Re: Hitman Absolution

Postby Kyle_5351 » Wed Dec 12, 2012 12:20 pm

Haven't heard of this actually.

I will check it out! The online component sounds pretty awesome.

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Re: Hitman Absolution

Postby Emsley » Wed Dec 12, 2012 7:47 pm

I play single player, started a while back but then Far cry 3 came out.
Liked what I played, some crappy sections but overall a good return to the hitman franchise.
I found this prostitutes body that the cops were looking for and I hurled her off a balcony to distract them.
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Re: Hitman Absolution

Postby Gino 1959 » Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:13 pm

Emsley wrote:I play single player, started a while back but then Far cry 3 came out.
Liked what I played, some crappy sections but overall a good return to the hitman franchise.
I found this prostitutes body that the cops were looking for and I hurled her off a balcony to distract them.

Did you have to pay her to do this?

I like how you get many creative ways to off targets rather than simply blasting your way through a level. I can see lots of replayability as I try to acquire the various achievements missed first time around.
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Re: Hitman Absolution

Postby Emsley » Sun Dec 16, 2012 10:15 pm

Gino 1959 wrote:Did you have to pay her to do this?

I like how you get many creative ways to off targets rather than simply blasting your way through a level. I can see lots of replayability as I try to acquire the various achievements missed first time around.


I aint played for a while mate, got stuck into far cry 3.
Ill probably fire it up again this week sometime.
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Re: Hitman Absolution

Postby Gino 1959 » Thu Jan 10, 2013 10:54 pm

I'm almost at the end. What a great game! And - unlike many - great replayability because I get to do it all over again and try to get achievements I missed first time. Plus maybe I won't shoot in the head the woman that wanted to seduce me in the aptly-named panic room :shock:
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