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Submitted by timcolwill 1050d ago | review

Dishonored reviewed: The game that the industry needs, and that players deserve (games.on.net)

After what seems an interminable wait, Dishonored finally arrives. Promising total freedom of choice, complex systemic gameplay and a dark, dangerous world, there’s a lot riding on Arkane’s original IP living up to expectations. games.on.net puts the game through its paces on the PC, and comes back with a big stupid grin on their face — and more than a little blood on their hands (spoiler free). (Dishonored, PC) -

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