I am back once more with sadly the last post of my five day gaming challenge. The topic for my big finale is a game that I think should get a sequel, and I can't think of one more deserving than Hitman Absolution. I've had no game satisfy me more with the ending than this one, and I want more! (Spoilers from here! You have been warned, turn back now!) I pretty much expected that Agent 47 would kill Dexter Morgan and that whole group that was after Victoria, but I was so pleasantly surprised when I realized that there was a final mission where you hunt down Travis and Jade! After having the satisfaction of killing both the guy who you have been hunting the whole game, and the guy that screwed you over with The Agency in the first place, there's even more surprises! In the first part of the ending, Agent 47 is watching Victoria through a sniper scope, and then Diana walks up! The person we thought we killed as the first mission was alive through the whole game! I honestly still can't process a reason why she's still alive, but you won't here any complaints from me about it. And just when we thought the ending was happy, we see what's happening at the police station of the detective that has been trying to catch the Hitman for maybe half the game. As we realize where this is taking place, we see Birdie walk in. That's right, the other guy who screwed you over. He's willing to help the detective find Agent 47 for his own reasons, and there's no telling who else Birdie has going after him! This guy has proved to be a criminal mastermind through the game, and it's very believable that there would be a game made where The Agency sends us to kill Birdie, while evading the detective and police force, all while dealing with whoever else he throws our way! I don't know about you, but I'm on the edge of my seat waiting for this to happen, and there's a strong chance that it will! Well, that's all I have to say on the subject, and that concludes my five day gaming challenge. I had fun writing these posts, and I hope you had fun reading them! Be sure to give me a follow and look out for my next post if you liked what you saw, and I always welcome any kind of comments you have. Until then, stay groovy baby.