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  • Blog Post: Dishonored: Become A Steampunk Grim Reaper (For A Price)

    Dishonored is my favorite game of 2012. Just thought I'd get that out of the way. Anyway, Dishonored also successfully made me count down the days till the release, and caused me not to read or watch any previews of the game out of fear of spoilers. Did the game live up to all my hype? The seven... More
  • Blog Post: A Dark And Unique Experience Worthy Of Honor

    With a bold new IP in hand among a slew of renowned AAA franchises, Arkane Studios has set out to make a name for themselves with Dishonored. Even though they have little to their name, their intriguing vision has had gamers excited for months to see the city of Dunwall through the eyes of Corvo Attano... More
  • Blog Post: Great game cut short

    The game is very fun and offers a lot of ways to play. The main downfall is how short it is. I have beaten the game 4 times, seen every ending, gotten all achievements, all in under 30 hours. That simply should not happen. Another downfall of the game is the magic system. There are very few actually... More
  • Blog Post: Dishonored Review: Slice Or Sneak Your Way Through Dunwall

    I can't say that I've ever been a fan of the stealth genre before Dishonored. Sure, I've enjoyed games like Metal Gear Solid, and the Batman: Arkham games, but I've always been relatively awful at the actual sneaking around, undetected bit, and I see my fair share of "game over"... More
  • Blog Post: Review- Dishonored

    An innovative stealth game that gives the player tons of room and interesting toys to play with Dishonored is a title being published by Bethesda, the RPG giant, and developed by Arkane studios, the developers of such games as Dark Messiah of Might and Magic. With such names being listed people in the... More
  • Blog Post: Dishonored: Stealth done right

    I'm assuming you've read GI's article, but if you haven't, here's my abbreviated and ridiculously referential version: Dishonored's setting is a direct result of Napoleon conquering Charles Dickens at the end of the Industrial Revolution. Dunwall is a Londonish island city filled... More
  • Blog Post: Dishonored Review

    I am going to keep this short & sweet. The combat flows great, I love that you can chop enemies' heads/arms/legs etc. off. I also liked that I could choose when to be sneaky & when to kill everyone. The powers are fantastic, I loved every single one of them. I also love that there are multiple... More
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