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Submitted by Lavalamp 964d ago | review

Dishonored Review | OPM UK

OPM UK: "Games journalists have an innate soft spot for a certain type of game. You know the one – gutsy new IP with grand overarching concept, distinct art style, peppered with esoteric references to classic literature or history. The likes of Bioshock, Journey and, indeed, Dishonored tend to attract lovestruck admiration not just because they manage to swerve the usual comic-book clichés and resist the guiles of barely dressed gun-chicks, but because they make it so evident that the industry we write about has its own Ridley Scott and Stanley Kubrick-calibre individuals – creative visionaries who’d probably be household stars if they weren’t obsessed by interactive media as we are." (Dishonored, PS3) 9/10

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