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Submitted by GamersXTREME 874d ago | review

Gamers XTREME - Dishonored Review (PS3/360): “A Flawed but Solid Blend of Stealth and Action”

Rocknrogue0124: "Dishonored is a good game. It is just a slightly flawed one that suffers from a forgettable and somewhat derivative story. Its gameplay ideas are more unique and are certainly worth exploring in a potential sequel. It’s also worth noting is that the PS3 version is a perfectly playable version of the game that suffers by easily ignorable technical issues. This is a game that a person plays mostly for its gameplay as oppose to anything else and it succeeds in providing a fun stealth/action experience. At worst, players should at least try the game for themselves. This is a game the should be played by core gamers and should be experienced despite the response. If you see it, try it; I reckon you will not regret it." (Dishonored, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.0/10

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