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Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches review: 'craft work | Polygon

Polygon: "The Brigmore Witches ignores the tension and build-up that its predecessor established, both narratively and mechanically. Instead of continuing from where Knife left off tonally, Brigmore starts a few feet back and to the left, and it suffers until it manages to find design ideas to call its own. Brigmore does serve as a functional end to Dishonored, and there are worse things than to feel like “just more” of one of the best games of 2012. But after the consistent, clever redefinition of The Knife of Dunwall it’s disappointing to see this final chapter take so long to find itself."

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