Posted: June 1
There are numerous items of great value in Hitman: Absolution which highlight the excellent quality value, such a good longevity, which stood at least on a dozen hours abundant in relation to the ability of the player and the difficulty level chosen, a significant able to challenge general, a technical realization of good quality and a judicious mix of structural sandbox and stealth. At the same time we can not ignore some design choices rather abnormal and tend to tarnish the feeling of enjoyment experienced by the player, such as artificial intelligence sometimes too deficient for stealth gameplay or atypical management bailouts. Nevertheless Hitman: Absolution is the worthy heir to a series that has always represented the best that the genre of stealth could offer and its beauty lies in the nonlinearity that distinguishes its gameplay: the ability to freely choose how and when to act, who kill, kill, where and how to do it is always anchored in the hands of the player. And this is obviously an element that can give great satisfaction.