Hitman: Absolution PC Review and Screenshots of all Level

With the return of Hitman after a 6 year hiatus, hardcore fans were
psyched with a release of a seemingly flawless product, but questions
remained as it neared release date. People now began to realize some
major cons in the game, as I did with my further gameplay.

disguise system is flawed, do not play on anything past normal on your
first playthrough, my advice to you. This new ‘instinct’ system they
implemented is the only way you can avoid being detected by someone with
the same disguise as you, and they detect you at long distances!

weapon upgrades in Campaign! This bothered some people, but I don’t
care personally, and while they are still present in the new Contracts
feature, I think that it wasn’t a big deal leaving them absent in the

-This game is not, by any means, Blood Money 2. If you loved
Blood Money, and didn’t care as much for any of the other games in the
franchise, you might dislike this game. My advice to you is, DO NOT QUIT
EARLY IN THE GAME. The early game is seriously boring, that’s why I
advise playing on normal, so you don’t spend hours on levels that have
no targets, I agree the levels spent simply evading Cops instead of
killing targets is a bore, don’t spend all your time playing this,

+Very long and enjoyable Campaign, I pumped
about 15-20 hours in playing just it, although the story does fall flat,
not only to me but others as well.
+Contracts mode is awesome! You
know have the ability to travel back to stages in the Campaign, yet pick
your own target from that level, picking up what you will from the
level and setting the grounds for your own contract. This mode is a huge
step for the franchise, and with the development of a new Hitman game
already being announced, I would like to see them take this even
further, with level modifications possible in addition to target
+The new kill animations rock! Being able to kill any target with truly anything you spot is a huge plus.
instinct system, while I think it was implemented poorly, it is a good
idea in theory. The problem is that in order to hide your disguise
(putting a hand over your head and hiding while walking past a guard) it
requires instinct. I want an explanation as to why, in order for 47 to
hide his face, he has to have some special superpower, if he runs out of
it, guess what? He can’t put a hand over his face. The system is very
cheesy, but you learn to look past it and use it how it was meant to be.
For more hardcore players you may want to turn all of instinct’s help
off and just use it to get past guards, because I don’t see how this is
playable without instinct to sneak past guards.
+Graphics are
gorgeous! My fps was pretty poor, but my computer isn’t top notch, even
still I loved the graphics, seeing Agent 47’s bald head finally rendered
without choppy graphics six years later is actually pretty satisfying.

conclusion, if you like stealth games, buy this game. Hitman Blood Money, the game prior to this one, was strictly an Assassination
puzzler. This game, however appears to be more stealh-based, sneak past
without being spot, but they don’t force you to play that way. The
biggest gripe about this game seemed to me to be that Hitman: Absolution
didn’t turn into Hitman: Blood Money 2. The game developers sought to
evolve the game, and you must applaud them for that. Whether all game
evolutions are well-received or not, this is not some company seeking to
pump out a repetitive franchise game.

My word to you would be
buy this game, if you played Blood Money, and liked it, BUY IT. You
cannot know your opinion off one review, every person’s opinion will
vary. I didn’t know if I truly liked the game until IO Interactive blew
me away with levels like Blackwater Park near the end of the game. I
don’t understand why they decided to make these droll levels in such
early game that seemingly discourages all new players from continuing
simply because they are sick of running away!

If you haven’t
played a Hitman game, but are a stealth game fan, boy will you love this
game. You will get a lot of play out of this game simply by trying to
progress every level without being spotted, and after finishing a level
where you do so you will feel very accomplished. But as with every
stealth game it can be aggravating, what I enjoy about Hitman is it
gives you the choice, if there is a guard that has spotted you, you can
hit him with a quick punch, hide the body, and be on as if nothing
happened. When you rage at the game, and are sick of a level, you can
unload on everyone (even though it seems farfetched, this is extremely
enjoyable when you are fed up with the game mechanics). Me writing this
long of a review proves how much I like this game, even with its flaws.

Verdict: 80 / 100


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