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36. Re: Hitman: Absolution Reviews Nov 19, 2012, 11:52 Trevellian
theyarecomingforyou wrote on Nov 19, 2012, 04:35:
Trevellian wrote on Nov 18, 2012, 23:18:
Adam Sessler of old Xplay fame has found his way to doing video reviews on the internet. Thank goodness for that because I loved the guy.

From his Review as far as I can tell he mentions 3 things repeatedly. Massive Levels, Multiple Paths and Methods, Plays like a Hitman Game.
Massive levels? Seems dubious considering other reviews specifically mention that levels are broken up into multiple sections, likely because of limitations relating to consoles.

Trevellian wrote on Nov 18, 2012, 23:18:
I find PC Gamers review hard to believe based on his Video Review, which, you know. Has Video evidence... and such.
I'm sorry but you're in denial. Just watch the Gametrailers video review - which, you know, has video evidence - that was posted earlier, as they slate the game. Wanting a game to be good doesn't make it good.

PS - I could barely watch any of that Adam Sessler video; he strikes me as a pretentious prick. If you trust his opinion then I would suggesting that gaming isn't really for you.

Maybe gaming isn't for me?

Maybe you should go eat a giant fucking cock for all care. Who the fuck are you to tell me that gaming isn't for me?

I've been gaming since original NES. PC gaming since Keen. Who the fuck are you to tell me what is right or wrong for me to like?

You're going to personally attack me because I happen to like a reviewer and tell me I'm in denial?

Sounds like you're the real pretentious fucking prick here asshole.

TL:DR? Fuck you
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