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Zavvi have come out on top, beating the competition by a fiver to tempt you with HD versions of the classic Hitman games. We're a little miffed that the first game has never made its way to consoles, but with over 70 hits to take on here we guess we can let it go. The replay value is excellent as you'll want to replay missions to try and obtain the elusive Silent Assassin rating.
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We can add Hitman to the list of HD Trilogy's that annoyingly omit the first game, especially annoying seeing as it never made its way to PS2 or Xbox back in the day. Oh well, we'll just have to murder our way through the 75 hits on offer here. New players left a little unsure about Agent 47 with Absolution should check out this collection to see why expectations were so high for last year's game.
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In what can only be described as a massive coup for JRPGs, PS3 exclusive Ni No Kuni: Wrath Of The White Witch has soared straight into the number one sales spot. This sublime collaboration between Level-5 and Studio Ghibli has haunted our dreams for months now, and the finished product is nothing short of spectacular. Check out our Ni No Kuni video review and in-depth written review for more details.
Elsewhere in the charts, Hitman's HD trilogy joins the same old faces jockeying for position, and the top forty is still bereft of Wii U exclusives. We've got the full UK top ten after the break.Click here to read more...
We're not sure why this wasn't released before Hitman: Absolution, but we're certainly glad to see Agent 47 once again. With over 75 hits to take on this is a huge challenge, especially for players who covet the Silent Assassin rating. If Absolution was your first taste of the Hitman games, you really should take a look at his earlier work.
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Hitman HD Trilogy is out on February 1st on PS3 and Xbox 360, and Square Enix have released a launch trailer for the collection, taking us back down memory lane for some of Codename 47's finest moments.Click here to read more...