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Submitted by GodisaGeek 465d ago | review

Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "Even with its focus clearly on those that relish chaos, the numerous paths players can take to eliminate targets are here, allowing the more stealth-minded assassins a chance to play the game the way they want to play. With such fun tools like the Arc Mine and Chokedust at your disposal, it almost feels like you’re missing out if you don’t get your hands dirty, though.

Part one of Daud’s narrative is a good introduction, but definitely doesn’t feel complete on its own merits. It’s a fun ride and feels just like Dishonored, but with this clean slate, I can’t help but feel that Arkane could have tweaked the template a little more." (Dishonored, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 7/10

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