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Hitman: Absolution November 20th

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This game will be epic. Early reviews have been nothing but 9/10's or above. Who is as excited as me to continue the saga of Agent 47 after its 6 year hiatus?

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It's gonna be awesome! Love the Hitman games.

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It needs to hurry up!!!

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I'm interested, but I'm loathe to pay £40 for a game.

I'm waiting until Dishonored drops to £20 before buying it. Might do the same for this one too.

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I love the Hitman series, but I'm one who wants to go undetected the entire game, making all deaths look accidental. Do you know how frustrating that is? I'll spend days on one mission going through every possible scenario.

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I love the Hitman series, but I'm one who wants to go undetected the entire game, making all deaths look accidental. Do you know how frustrating that is? I'll spend days on one mission going through every possible scenario.

I'm the same way, but that is what makes it worth the money for me. Same with Assassin's Creed. Gives a lot of replay value.

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Game is incredible... Get it. Also if you buy it within 48 hours you get all the previous Hitman games for free on PC!!!

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