Hitman Absolution

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Win a Playstation 3 and Copies of Hitman Absolution

To celebrate the launch of Hitman: Absolution, the fifth instalment of the iconic Hitman series, we have teamed up with Square Enix to provide a PS3 console and a copy of the game.

Developed by IO Interactive, Hitman: Absolution sees the return of the original assassin Agent 47. Betrayed by those he once trusted and now hunted by the police, he suddenly finds himself at the centre of a dark conspiracy and must embark on a personal journey through a corrupt and twisted world, in his search for the truth.

Additional PS3 copies of Hitman: Absolution are up for grabs for four lucky runners up; simply enter now to be in with a chance of winning the ultimate assassin game.

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CLOSING DATE: Wednesday 5th December 2012 23:23

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