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17 Minute Hitman: Absolution Demo Gets Developer Commentary

Posted on Thursday, November 3 @ 15:55:49 Eastern by

Above you'll find the same 17 minutes of Hitman: Absolution that journalists and "special" people saw at E3 this year. It's true that the same footage has already been released, but now IO Interactive and Square Enix have seen fit to give gamers a bit more insight with Game Director Tore Blystad and Gameplay Director Christian Elverdam highlighting some of the finer points in the playthrough.

I know a lot of people have made decisions about Hitman: Absolution early on after seeing this demo, but speaking from experience, a game can change pretty wildly between the first time it's shown to the public and its full release. That said, share your favorite Hitman moments in the comments in the hopes that IO Interactive are avid fans of GameRevolution and they see your input.

Hitman: Absolution is slated for a release next year on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
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