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Submitted by IanBear 747d ago | review

PlayDevil: Dishonored Review

Is it dishonorable to like Dishonored?

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"What makes Dishonored even harder to pigeonhole is how it changes depending on how you decide to play. If Corvo takes a softly softly approach, the game’s level ‘chaos’ remains low. The upshot of this is less danger in the world (and less killer rats), leaving the gameplay taking on a vibe similar to Thief or Tenchu. However, if Corvo takes a more murderous path in his revenge the gameplay also shifts, becoming more hostile with combat shifting to a Bioshock like system, with combos between sword and other powers offering a range of strategies to fight attackers and leverage the environment against them." (Dishonored, Xbox 360) 90/100

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