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Hitman - Episode 3: Marrakesh

Rating Summary

Based on 36 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

51%

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Based on 36 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4May 31, 2016
Xbox OneMay 31, 2016
PCMay 31, 2016

Developer: IO Interactive

Publisher: Square Enix

Genre: Action

From the busy souks and bustling marketplace to the angry mobs calling for justice outside the Swedish consulate, Marrakesh promises HITMAN players the lure of voyeurism and the thrill of infiltration.

Where to Buy

Amazon

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Mighty Head
4
Strong Head
14
Fair Head
6
Weak Head
6
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HITMAN - Episode 3: Marrakesh Launch Trailer | PS4

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IGN

6 / 10.0
IGN

Hitman Episode 3: Marrakesh doesn’t reach the highs of the previous levels and suffers more than ever from the extremely superficial approach to voice acting. It’s not a bad level, but it’s definitely one that I’d be less inclined to return to than the others I’ve played so far. It's the first time I've had to question Io's episodic approach: Over the course of a traditional game presented as a single package you may come across levels that dip in quality compared to the best ones, but you can always put those levels behind you and play the next. In the case of Hitman, we can only go back to the previous two. Marrakesh is what we’ve got for now, and it’s a slight step backwards.

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PC Gamer

81 / 100
PC Gamer

Not quite on par with Sapienza, Hitman's third episode is nonetheless a detailed, intricate playground for murder.

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Metro GameCentral

8 / 10
Metro GameCentral

Not quite as good as the previous two maps, with the more serious atmosphere lessening the fun, but still a more than welcome addition to the episodic series.

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USgamer

USgamer

IO Interactive continues Hitman's reboot with another sprawling level that doesn't disappoint. Even if its episodic nature doesn't feel completely necessary, each dose of content will keep you plenty busy until the next one arrives.

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