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Submitted by Lavalamp 787d ago | review

Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall DLC Review | DarkStation

DarkStation: "While Knife of Dunwall provides a good excuse to revisit the city of Dunwall, it never does anything particularly interesting. There are no missions akin to Lady Boyle’s Last Party or powers quite as neat as the ability to summon rats. Every mission sticks to a strict Dishonoredness, never veering far from what the main game did. Unfortunately, Knife’s ending answers little to none of the questions that it raises in the process of getting there, making it apparent that this is only the first part of (hopefully) more expansions. Still, if you loved Dishonored as much as I did, The Knife of Dunwall is worth your time; just be prepared for more of the same and less of the extraordinary. Except for Daud. Daud’s cool." (Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 3.5/5

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