Just like with Sleeping Dogs, Square Enix has pulled out all the stops when it came to casting the voices of Hitman: Absolution. Not only do prominent voice actors lend their talents to the game, but they were also fully motion-captured while performing their roles, giving the stealth game a cinematic touch.

The game’s main cast includes David Bateson (Lost, Another Earth) as Agent 47; Marsha Thomason (Lost, White Collar) as Diana Burnwood; Powers Boothe (The Avengers, Deadwood) as Benjamin Travis; Steven Bauer (Breaking Bad, Scarface) as Birdie; Keith Carradine (Cowboys & Aliens, Dexter, Deadwood) as Blake Dexter; Jon Gries (Napoleon Dynamite, Get Shorty) as Sheriff Clive Skurky; Traci Lords (Blade, Underworld) as Layla Stockton; Issac Singleton (Planet of the Apes, Pirates of the Caribbean) as Sanchez; Vivica A. Fox (Kill Bill, Batman & Robin, Independence Day) as LaSandra Dixon; Larry Cedar (Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Deadwood) as Wade; Jonathan Adams (Bones, 24, Boston Legal) as Cosmo Faulkner; Shannyn Sossamon (40 Days and 40 Nights, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) as Jade; and Isabelle Fuhrman (The Hunger Games, Orphan) as Victoria.

Hitman: Absolution releases November 20.

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Giancarlo Saldana is Blast's Gaming Editor. Follow him on Twitter @giansaldana to read his daily musings about the world of video games.

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