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Submitted by mathsman 923d ago | review

In-depth Review: Dishonored - Electronic Theatre

Arkane Studios’ Dishonored has been riding high on gamers’ most wanted lists for some time now, with Electronic Theatre’s most recent hands-on time with the videogame proving the open-ended nature of the gameplay was particularly inviting. But a quick hour on one specific area chosen for the specific purpose of showing off a videogame does not offer a full enough picture. It’s until the final product arrived in our office that Electronic Theatre had the chance to truly examine Dishonored, and see whether the development team could live up to the grand promises made. (Dishonored, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 94/100

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