Square-Enix is releasing the highly-anticipated "Hitman: Absolution," the first game in the "Hitman" series since 2006's "Hitman: Blood Money" and the first in the franchise to be available for the PS3. It's been way too long since Agent 47 dealt his death blows and details have been slowing emerging about how IO Interactive plans to bring the legendary character to a new generation. One thing that will surely help is some high-profile voice talent and it was announced today that Powers Boothe ("Deadwood," "Sin City") and Shannyn Sossamon ("A Knight's Tale," "40 Days and 40 Nights") will lend their talents to the game. Boothe plays Benjamin Travis, the new handler for the International Contract Agency, and Sossamon plays a character known as Jade. Stay tuned to the site for developing news on "Hitman: Absolution" as its announced.
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