Killing me softly: Take out your enemies with style in Hitman: Absolution

Hitman: Absolution

By on October 4, 2012 at 3:58 pm

We’ve heard before how you can use the environment to kill your targets in Hitman: Absolution, and today’s video really shows that off: a disco ball to the head, high tech surgery gone haywire, even an unintentionally electrified fence. Hitman: Absolution challenges you to take out your targets with finesse and grace, not to mention more than a little skill. Get some inspiration in the video below.

4 comments (Leave your own)

There is only 1 true hitman style and that’s the silent assassin

 

To be honest, I think the graphics look a bit tired and the trailer was pretty lame.

 

I am actually kind of pissed of about this.. I got 30 seconds in and realized this is pretty much a video of spoilers. It doesnt spoil story, it does worse, spoils the gameplay I would of tried to work out, like drinking a coffee.

Annoyed.

 

relax, if it’s any decent comparable to previous hitman… then there are PLENTY more ways to kill each target…

if the game only had so few method to kill them that this vid managed to spoil a good chunk of it already? then this is not a hitman game at all, or rather it’s not worthy of it’s name.

 
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