Killing has never been this good
It's usually pretty easy to write up a review of a game, what it looks like, how it works, what you think of playing it. With Hitman Absolution it's a deeper experience though. You dive into this world of good and bad people, you journey through it all, while the scenario settings and difficulties change back and forth. Sometimes the game is really hard, sometimes easier, making every stage and ever scene something new.
The graphics and effects are outstanding and very clear, crisp. The music and voice acting sets the tone just right throughout the entire game. What might look straightforward is actually rather complex as you find out who is who, where to go and what to act on next. Needless to say you are offered different ways of accomplishing your goals, from stealth, to silent murder, to out in the open gunfights, using tricks, swiftness and objects you come across along the way to overcome your enemy.
The story is very captivating, pulling you in for just that one more scenario, that one more try. Every time you succeed, the story develops and you move on. There's always something more to do, someone else to find, someplace else to infiltrate. And you can do it even better right? You take on disguises, you hide, you find alternative routes and you murder.
You can expect many hours of gameplay keeping you intrigued, excited, frustrated, cursing and involved until you get it right and move on. Because let's face it, killing has never been this good.