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Submitted by shaneryanTB 816d ago | opinion piece

Dunwall: A fully-realised artistic vision

Pete Worth, Thunderbolt writes:
Dishonored’s city of Dunwall is one of the most memorable and immersive cities in this generation – once experienced it lingers in the imagination, imploring you to revisit its murky streets and secure its future. Although it exists in an undetermined time and in another reality, Dunwall feels very real and engaging from the game’s beginning. Moribund due to the corruption of its keepers, Dunwall is still a living, breathing and believable city. (Dishonored, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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