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Submitted by RonaldRaygun 552d ago | review

Dishonored Review – Stealth and Choice | TechnoBuffalo

Arkane Studios, a brand new developer built with a team of gaming industry veterans, has created a wonderful world of revenge, choice and stealth.

Dishonored puts players in the boots of Corvo, a guard to the Royal Empress of Dunwall. Dunwall is a strange whaling city where whale oil has been harnessed to support a whole manner of wicked machinery. Under Corvo’s watch, the Empress is murdered, her daughter is kidnapped and the city falls to plague. Corvo takes the blame and is labelled a traitor. (Dishonored, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

mananimal  +   551d ago
8.5 is too high, more like 7.5 or 8.0 wld be fair, Average shooter that does nothing new, blatantly rips off other shooter games Art style, lore. Simply average in every sense of the word. At least this review is a little closer to the reality than those Industry shills who gave it 9.0's & 9.5's across the boad, wtf.

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