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Dishonored - The Power of Player Freedom
on January 21, 2013 at 01:43 PM
Player choice and freedom is an idea many video games try desperately to capture. Ultimately, the vast majority fail, instead only offering brief glimpses of what a game could be like if it truly let you play it your way. Dishonored is not one of those games. In the dark, steam punk, rat plague ridden...
Dishonored Review: A Whale of a Time
on December 27, 2012 at 03:07 AM
The tale of revenge is a classic one, going as far back to the depressing Hamlet to the less than modern The Crow . Dishonored weaves a similar story, and much like the latter from above, is best told with murderous intent. Choice is becoming a new hallmark in games, giving players a greater sense of...
Successful Ad Campaign, Underwhelming Game
on November 09, 2012 at 07:55 PM
I was excited for Dishonored. I pre-ordered it, and played through it as soon as I got it. It took me longer than most to complete it, but that's because I scoured its universe as thoroughly as I could in search of some sort of inspiration, something I could sink my teeth into. Instead, I was thoroughly...
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