Hitman Absolution Review: ‘Brilliant Mission Design, Extremely Motivating Game Mechanics’
Hitman Absolution is shaping up to be a fantastic game. It’s got something to do with Square Enix as well considering they have been really supportive of their western developers, granting a good budget and encouraging them to create the best game they can.
We’ve seen it with Sleeping Dogs, Deus Ex: Human Revolution and other games, and based on this first review for Hitman Absolution, it looks like they will continue their streak.
The first review courtesy of Play 3 magazine says that it ” brilliant mission design, extremely motivating game mechanics.”
There were some cons as well like no big story surprises, checkpoint system. That’s fine considering it’s a Hitman game and it’s all about assassinations and completing your mission with efficiency.
It has also been revealed that the campaign is 15 hours long and such games usually depends on your playstyle. So the first review is positive giving it a good 88/100 score, and now it’s up to other games media to say what they thought of the game.
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Pros: brilliant mission design, extremely motivating game mechanics
Cons: no big story surprises, checkpoint system V
erdict: Good looking game with very well designed missions.
15 hours Campaign