張貼於：05 月 28 日
Some reasons why you maybe won't enjoy Absolution, if you already played the older ones:
-no manual save; only local bound, disposable and valid during mission
-disguises blow up pretty fast
-to get Silent Assassin you need to do extra stuff (completing challenges, collecting objects)
-instead of a map and keyholes you have x-ray vision
-tends to be more like a Splinter Cell game
-not possible to close doors, no light switches
-no preparations before missions and contract briefings
-music not from Jesper Kyd
All of this may be minor, but together they make the game a lot harder unless you adapt to it.
The play style you developed during the older games won't fit here anymore and forcing it like I did will turn your experience mostly into an tedious and terrible experience.
Tips how to improve your experience:
-Don't buy/play this game (duh!)
-Play it before the other ones, if you don't mind to be spoiled (though the story doesn't make 100% sense and differs from the other ones)
-Ignore the rating and play it as you like (best solution)
-be a masochistic perfectionist
If you never played a Hitman game, you might go ahead. The graphics, atmosphere and well written NPC dialog will blow you away.
Ok-ish for a thirdperson shooter, punishing hard for a stealth game, frakking dissapointing for a Hitman continuation