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Submitted by RogueSmurf 531d ago | review

The Knife of Dunwall isn’t your standard Bethesda DLC - PCGMedia

PCGMedia looks at The Knife of Dunwall after being disappointed by DLC in the industry in general. Often irrelevant and tacked on, DLC for many games doesn't offer much to draw you back to the game - and Bethesda, arguably, haven't done a great job with DLC in the past. Is Knife of Dunwall the same? They argue: no. This is exposition worth paying for, and it's like "the directors cut" that Dishonored needed. (Dishonored, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

brettyd  +   531d ago
Can't wait to play this, just gotta find the time!

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