Hitman Absolution Game Xbox 360

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Hitman Absolution Game Xbox 360 Product Description

Agent 47 is back in his most personal mission yet in Hitman: Absolution

The classic stealth-action series returns with a tense new story promising Agent 47's most personal mission to date, and equipped with a host of new features to enhance every aspect of the Hitman experience for long-time fans and newcomers alike.

  •  A dark, personal mission
  •  Innovative stealth gameplay and new Instinct Mode
  •  Disguises return, more important than ever
  •  Experience IO Interactive's new Glacier 2 Engine
  •  Original Agent 47 David Bateson leads an all-star cast
  •  New Contracts Multiplayer mode

Agent 47 finds himself at the centre of a dark conspiracy and embarks on his most personal mission to date. Betrayed by those he trusted at the International Contract Agency, he's now a rogue agent out for revenge. The trail he follows through shadows and corruption leads to Blake Dexter, a rich businessman with mysterious ties to the ICA…

With five different difficulty levels, Hitman: Absolution is the most accessible Hitman game to date. Long-time fans of the series can ramp the difficulty to the max, greeting 47 as an old friend, while newcomers will enjoy taking their first steps in the world of Hitman.

Hitman: Absolution marks not only the return of Agent 47, but also the return of classic Hitman gameplay where stealth and improvisation is very much the name of the game. There are lots of different ways to kill, using the weapons you carry and the environment around you so that you can get in, make the kill, and get out again. Stalk your prey or snipe from afar. Hide bombs under chairs or hide bodies in dumpsters. Just remember that getting out and not getting caught is as important as the actual kill.

The new Instinct Mode is a key tool to help you see the way Agent 47 does. This new feature can be used to locate targets – including locking onto several at once with the 'sharp shooting feature' – and plan escape routes. Instinct is earned throughout the game by executing classic Hitman moves, so the more you play like Agent 47, the more Instinct you'll gain. A silent takedown will do wonders for your instincts!

Disguises continue to be a big part of the Hitman franchise, and in Hitman: Absolution they're more integrated than ever. There are over 300 disguises that 47 can wear in his attempts to infiltrate his targets, and now you can blend even further by impersonating actual characters. But be careful – the people around you will react and interact with you and your chosen disguise!

Hitman: Absolution is powered by IO Interactive's new Glacier 2 Engine, making this the most visually stunning and immersive game in the series. Each level becomes like a mini open-world environment, complete with spectacular detail, rich graphics, dynamic lighting and environments, and inhabited by much more intelligent characters.

The Glacier 2 engine also boosts the AI of the people within the game with a new 'Comprehensive Intelligence Spectrum'. Enemies are no longer just targets, and the other characters are not just walking scenery - crowds will react and interact more naturally, people will get in your way and notice you, too. You'll need to keep an eye on the Attention Bar to see how suspicious people are getting of you and your actions - they'll even notice doors open that were closed before.

Hitman: Absolution features an all-star cast, especially when it comes to the enemies that 47 has to face. Keith Carradine (Deadwood, Dexter) plays the villainous Blake Dexter, Powers Booth (Sin City, Red Dawn, Sudden Death) is ICA head Benjamin Travis, and Shannyn Sossamon (A Knight's Tale) as his secretary Jade. Lassandra Nixon, the head of the Assassin Nuns, is played by Independence Day's Vivica Fox.

David Bateson returns to role of Agent 47, once again providing his distinct voice. The motion capture performance for 47 was done by Lost actor Willliam Mapother while his Lost co-star Marsha Thomason plays his ICA handler Diana Burnwood.

Contracts is the new mode bringing multiplayer to Hitman for the first time. Contracts Mode will let you create your own scenarios, choosing your location, weapons and three targets, aiming to complete the Contract in as little time as possible while earning as much money as possible. You can upload your Contract to the online server and challenge other players to beat your score – and then you can try to beat it yourself using the money you've earned to grab the disguise or weapon you need!


Reviews of Hitman Absolution Game Xbox 360

  • rated this product 3.5 out of 5 stars
Agent 47 makes his return in Hitman absolution but was it worth the wait? or did it leave me wanting more out of the experience? Having now had a fair bit of hands on time with the game I'm still a little on the fence to what I truly think of it. Yes the graphics are vastly improved compared to H M Contracts or H M Bloodmoney and yes the huge open world scenarios and multiple approach methods to complete each mission do add a lot of replay value but there are also flaws that I couldn't help but notice such as the AI and some general bugs, these made the game less engrossing and laughable at times. I can't help but think that if the developers spent a little more time the game would have been released thoroughly polished and would have been what the fans really wanted . A good game overall that could have been a brilliant game. If you enjoyed the last couple of Hitman Games and are looking for a new stealth/assassin game then this ones for you but just don't expect to be blown away.

May 14th 2014
  • rated this product 0.5 out of 5 stars
Hitman Absolution is the video game that returns the Agent 47, we'll have to save a girl who betrayed the organization they were Gameplay: Amazing how open are the scenarios, you can attack from anywhere, there are many costumes to achieve. Technology: Well there's some bugs or AI behaves very rarely but hey your instinctive shooting or using plants with silenced pistols and end Graphics: Pretty good, the highlights are pretty well done, and overall bald Agent 47 sound: A music sticking with the game pretty well, but sometimes it does not, then in some weapons but that sounds pretty weird emperora no desire to continue playing Innovation: they innovated with open scenarios, grab costumes, in this generation have been very few games where you can do that.

March 6th 2013
  • rated this product 4.0 out of 5 stars
Hitman Absolution The story itself is good, unfortunately this, the authors motivation for 47 is not good. Especially at the beginning. Why does he do that? What it for him? An ice-cold killer who is suddenly on babysitting? Well, yes. It is very useful enough if you have previously played the part. If not, you should at least read something purely in the history or in the Hitman "universe". Because then you will be told during the story, not to recognize that many problems some relationships. After all, the story gets better. This is also owed to the really cool and lousy opponents.

January 15th 2013

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