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I got up to near the end of Dishonored and got very bored with it. The story is ok, but it's not fantastic. And the gameplay is really neat at first then gets dull. There are some very annoying parts with the gameplay.
I've only played the first level of Hitman so far...I don't really like it but I'm going to give it more of a chance before I fully decide. It definitely didn't draw me in like most games do. The trial and error stuff is not very appealing to me so far.
Dishonored, no contest. Dishonored has its flaws, but they are minor. The gameplay more than makes up for the story and characters being a bit lackluster. Dishonored gives you tons of player choice and fully supports total stealth, total violence or anything in between.
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They were both great. Dishonored had different endings based on how violent you are which I liked better then the score system in this game. But this game has contracts which adds to the replay value. I rented Dishonored and bought this game.
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Another point I wanted to make is Dishonored has larger, more open levels than Hitman. Though you could do what you want in both games, I thought Dishonored had more paths to accomplish a goal than Hitman.
Not sure what any of that has to do with this game, this topic, or my response, but you seem upset. Go play Hitman Absolution and take your aggression out on the King of Chinatown, or Dexter, or even one of the cameos.
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