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Submitted by bluedot133 948d ago | review

Dishonored Review (NGN)

New Game Network: "The stealth genre has gone into recession in the last few years, with series which traditionally provided stealth focused gameplay now sliding towards the more widely appealing action side of the fence. Gone are the Theifs and Splinter Cells that not only encouraged but required you to lurk in shadows and strike swiftly and silently, alluding detection and achieving goals silently and cleanly. This dearth of proper stealth games has left a hole in the gaming market, as no other genre can offer the same blend of tension and breath-releasing relief as you plunk the resting body of an unconscious foe into a well-hidden nook in an intricate level." (Dishonored, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 88/100

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