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I can't give any more information, because I haven't even seen the game...Just wanted to say that I do know some people are enjoying it. :)

This is why I'm a sucky reviewer -- often times people don't agree with me, probably because I have very high standards when it comes to limiting my frustration.

Provide a challenge, but give me something that tests my skill, not my patience.

Hitman 2 has sold very well. It has reviewed INCREDIBLY well. And I bought it because a good friend of mine LOVED it.

When I mentioned my gripes about it, he basically said "Oh, yeah, I forgot how that all kinda sucked, I just got used to it".

So if you're the type of person that can get used to reloading constantly in order to get through a game, or if you're content with pure trial and error to solve a mission, then I think it's a great game. The feel of the game was just really smooth and polished.

But if you're impatient and don't like "learning by failing", then it's a frustrating game and simply not worth the effort. Ghost Recon was very similar to this, but with GR when I finally "got it" I ended up enjoying the game.

With HM2, because of the gameplay, that style of play would have really detracted from the overall experience.

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