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The co-creative directors of Arkane Studios' upcoming stealth/assassin game Dishonored, Harvey Smith and Raf Colantonio, were kind enough to join us on the Game Informer Show this week to answer the community's questions about the game. Listen in to get firsthand explanations about Dishonored's weapons, its enigmatic protagonist, and what it's like to work with Bethesda.Make sure to pay attention at the 37-minute mark to get an interesting tidbit that even we hadn't heard before.
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Really looking forward to Dishonored. It seem like it has some real potential. As for tactics, i'll stick to the shadows.
awesome can't wait to see some gameplay footage
There's about a half hour of non-existent content. Other than that, awesome podcast.
Great podcast guys! I really couldn't be more excited for Dishonored. From the world to the mechanics everything sounds amazing.
I had an interesting idea concerning the feedback for when you are and aren't "stealthed", considering you are supposed to be supernatural why not have it show on your skin? I noticed up there that your hand looks just like a normal hand and I assume that's how you look throughout the game. But since you're supernatural, why not look something like a shade from Dungeons and Dragons? There's a good example picture in the 4.0 essentials heroes of shadow book of the look i'm talking about. Whenever you're stealthed your hand visibly turns into a shadow form and then whenever you're spotted you can see that your hand looks normal again. I thought it might be a cool idea to have in there, but I'm sure they already have something figured out.
Game sounds awesome, I want to do the same rat trick kind of thing except with a fish!
Hopefully they have my question in here, but either way still good to learn more about this game.
Great Podcast. Looking forward to seeing and hearing more about Dishonored.
This was a extremely informative podcast and thank you for asking my question Gameinformer!
What's with the 20 minutes of silence at the end? I was waiting for some kind of secret track to start playing..
It looks like it has potential with the "simulation" system they have set up, so NPCs go about their own business and react to things. It seems like there are elements of the Thief series in the gameplay, which would be cool. Will have to wait for judgement until actual gameplay footage is shown.