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Submitted by combocaster 899d ago | review

Dishonored: Dunwall City Trials Review | ComboCaster

What a fantastic game Dishonored is there any doubt, but when Bethesda announced that the first DLC was just a bundle of challenges is the fact that I was a little disappointed. For € 4.99 receive 10 different challenges, each focused on a particular type of game that has featured in the main game. The challenges of mobility test your ability to move through the world, while the challenges stealth challenge our ability to keep us in the dark. The combat challenges are for the most combative players and then there are still challenges that puzzle must complete the level with resources and limited skills. Each challenge has an online leaderboard and ranking stars. Get two stars gives the opportunity to play the same challenge with a difficulty level expert. (Dishonored: Dunwall City Trials, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.1/10

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