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A welcome evolution of the formula... 0

The stoic assassin is back in Hitman: Absolution, the series' first installment in over six years. Although it retains its unique identity, times have changed, and so has Hitman.Perhaps the most immediately apparent distinction between Absolution and previous games in the Hitman series is the cinematic nature of the storytelling. The game weaves a tightly paced narrative, relying almost exclusively on in-engine assets powered by IO Interactive's new Glacier 2 engine. Diana Burnwood, 47's former ...

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A charming and thoughtful adventure... 0

I think it's common knowledge that Rare games have often had fairly complicated and bumpy development cycles. A lot of their games have hit the skids indefinitely. Though somehow, despite jumping platforms, generations, and enduring numerous design changes, a few of them have eventually made it onto store shelves. From Star Fox Adventures to Perfect Dark Zero, it always seems to be a five year debacle. Of course, much of this was due to Microsoft's purchase of Rare from Nintendo. One of the game...

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Phenomenal, distinct, and worth your time... 0

Coming in kind of late to the Bioshock phenomenon, I felt it rather difficult to go in with a mind clear of any preconceived notions or prejudices (we've seen a lot of FPS in the last two generations). When the game released, it was greeted with staggering fanfare and showered with critical applause; ultimately culminating in Game of the Year honors and millions in sales. Naturally then, there was an almost irrepressible sense of expectation that came along with entering Rapture for the very fir...

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Whimsical, magical, breathtaking... 0

It is hard to believe that nearly a decade has passed since RARE released a proper sequel to the Banjo Kazooie series. And if one thing has become apparent, it's that we've come quite far since the days of traditional Mario-influenced platforming. Originally conceptualized as an updated remake of the first game in the series (with a few modest tweaks), Banjo "3" quickly evolved into what would become an innovative shift in the way the team looked at the platform genre. And the changes, I'll have...

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