Topic started: Tue, 20 Nov 2012 18:05
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Nosgoth1979
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Tue, 20 Nov 2012 18:05
Iím psyched to hear that the AI is good, because that can make or break a stealth game. From everything Iíve seen it looks like this could be a great game; Iím just a tad nervous about the story and the absolution angle. Is this going to be a gentler, kinder Agent 47? I hope not. That worry is the only thing keeping me from breaking my game-buying rule and picking it up on release day, but after being disappointed by several other highly anticipated games recently, I think Iíll hold out to rent it. I actually got my game-buying rule from one of my coworkers at DISH. Now I donít buy a game without first thoroughly being able to play-test it. So I rent all my games through Blockbuster @Home first, and if itís short or I donít like it, I donít buy it at all. Itís saved me a sizeable amount of money just in the past six months or so. Iíll put Hitman: Absolution in my Blockbuster @Home queue now so Iíll get to play it soon enough, especially since I still need to finish Dishonored and Assassinís Creed 3 (thatís a lot of games about assassins, isnít it?).

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