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Despite releasing some great games, Square Enix aren’t having a good time at the moment. It just goes to show it takes more than great games to make a profit. 3.4 million copies may sound like a lot, but sadly we don’t know how many units Square hoped to sell.
Replayability has become a huge selling point for video games. But somehow the gaming industry has forgotten what this feature actually means. Going back through levels for collectibles and a change in difficulty settings is not real replayability. Hitman: Absolution shows us what real replayability actually is.
Square Enix pulls controversial Hitman Absolution Facebook campaign after uproar.
With a little over two weeks until the games release, Hitman: Absolution will be the first Hitman game released in six in a half years. With the other games in the series certainly being dated, what can we expect to be different, or stay the same, in our favorite Grim Reaper’s new adventure? As a long time fan of the series, I will give you some reasons why, come November 20th, we should be excited to step back into Codename 47’s shoes.