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Top 5 Accidental Kills in Hitman: Absolution

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An accidental kill sounds all a bit macabre for our tastes. But they're a big deal in new game Hitman: Absolution (out November 20)

In fact the kills aren't accidental, but rather they appear that way. It's all about showing what an incredible hitman you are by murdering humans in a way that looks like a horrible accident. So not macabre in any way.

Here, game director Torde Blystad talks us through his favourites.
















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