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NowGamer - Dishonored Hands-On: Stealth, Player Choice & Possessing A Fish

NowGamer - It’s so easy to compare Dishonored with Irrational’s underwater hit, BioShock. Both offer the sort of cerebral thrills that are often absent from the FPS genre and both set themselves in the sorts of environments where subversive political writing is the obvious choice of wall-scrawling for the socially concerned.

Like BioShock’s Rapture, the citizens of Dunwall are oppressed and surrounded by the sort of architecture that Twenties expressionists would find a little bit depressing. (Dishonored, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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