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Submitted by billythepunk 901d ago | review

A Whale of a Good Time: Dishonored Review - AusGamers

AusGamers has reviewed Dishonored and writes:

"Forget Dishonored’s myriad gameplay systems that empower you to forge your own rebellious destiny. Forget its stunning level design and massive, open gameplay arenas that let you toy with the aforementioned like a kid in some kind of store. And forget the unbelievable art-direction littered about the dank, rustic city of Dunwall. Forget it all.

Because Dishonored’s true heart -- its true self -- is revealed in the not-so-subtle tales of Dunwall’s robbed-of-all hope denizens; its citizens whose dark days (and nights) are the very soul of what you become, be it mass murderer or righteous hero of the Empire..." (Dishonored, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.6/10

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