Hitman Absolution: Elite Edition
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There’s never been a better time to experience everything that Hitman: Absolution has to offer.
The Elite Edition includes everything from the Professional Edition, the Sniper Challenge and all DLC available in addition to the rich package contained in the celebrated original release. Own every piece of content available for Hitman: Absolution when you pick up this ultimate, Elite Edition.
The Elite Edition contains all Hitman: Absolution content in one package:
Hitman: Absolution follows the Original Assassin undertaking his most personal contract to date. Betrayed by the Agency and hunted by the police, Agent 47 finds himself pursuing redemption in a corrupt and twisted world.
Hitman: Absolution – Professional Edition:
72-page Digital Artbook
The Making Hitman: Absolution video
Agency Gun Pack DLC including:
Agency Jagd P22G: A modern top-tier pistol
Agency HX UMP: Powerful high-caliber SMG
Agency SPS 12: Brutal semi-automatic shotgun
All other DLC:
Hitman: Absolution: Bartoli Custom Gun,
Hitman: Absolution: Krugermeier 2-2 Gun,
Hitman: Absolution: Bronson M1928 Gun,
Hitman: Absolution: High Tech Disguise,
Hitman: Absolution: High Roller Disguise,
Hitman: Absolution: Public Enemy Disguise,
Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Disguise,
Hitman: Absolution: Deus Ex (Adam Jensen) Handgun
Hitman: Sniper Challenge:
From a balcony overlooking a roof-top party, you are tasked with taking out Richard Strong, Jr., CEO of Stallion Armaments, along with his entire staff of bodyguards. Skilled players will capitalize on score multipliers, discover secret extras, unlock equipment upgrades, and marvel at the many creative ways to discretely dispose of a body while they work to fulfil their contract in the most efficient way possible.
Get ready to pull the trigger on a completely new chapter in the award-winning Hitman series. Be the ultimate assassin in the Hitman Sniper Challenge by testing your reactions, focus and skill in a stand-alone hit. Unlock weapons and upgrades that can be carried over into HITMAN: ABSOLUTION and compare your scores with other players around the globe using online leaderboards.
Awesome!philip08533 | July 23, 2014 | See all philip08533's reviews »
Hitman has amazing graphics and is super fun. The story is great, although i have no played the old ones enough to know if it messed anything up. You have to plan how you are going to kill your target and how you will execute your attack. It is worth adding to your game library and is a very fun to play game. I played the first Hitman, and compared to that this is very easy, but that is because of improved UI and gameplay.
Hitman RIPwushudragon | July 13, 2014 | See all wushudragon's reviews »
The old Hitman games were a blast. I made the awful mistake of pre-ordering this one without reading reviews first, though. Don't do the same. If you come to expect open missions where you can go about your objective in a non-linear fashion, look elsewhere. The hitman brand has become another action based linear affair with little to no freedom. Cutscenes aplenty and yawns to go with em. Buy the old games, pass this one up unless you want COD in Hitman disguise.
A Great Hitman Experiencebcf623 | June 11, 2014 | See all bcf623's reviews »
If you have played any of the past Hitman games, it is a very similar experience, but very much improved with an enjoyable plot. If you have not, then it is still a game worth checking out. What makes the game best is that there are multiple ways of completing each level. You can choose to run in guns blazing, but you most likely will not be successful. What you can also do is lead enemies away and pick them off one by one, or simply sneak past them to your main target. These options improve the game greatly because it leaves you to think about what would be the best action for the next section of the game to leave you with the highest chance of success. Overall, a great game in the stealth/assassination series of games and a switch up from the many blade-based games such as Assassin's Creed or Dishonored.