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Submitted by GodisaGeek 816d ago | review

Dishonored: The Dunwall City Trials Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "Because the Trials stages are so naturally distanced from the main game, you’re missing nothing by avoiding them and waiting for the campaign DLC due in 2013, but the low price (400 MS or £3.99) is enticing in itself. Ultimately, though, your decision of whether or not to purchase the Trials pack should come down to why you love Dishonored in the first place. If you’re all about the story and the freedom and the rich gameworld, you may be left wanting by the stripped-out, no-nonsense challenges; if, however, you simply fancy yourself as something of a master assassin and want to test your mettle against the rest of the world, then the Dunwall City Trials pack is the perfect way to do so." (Dishonored, Dishonored: Dunwall City Trials, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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