Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches Review | GodisaGeek

GodisaGeek: "The Knife of Dunwall definitely wasn’t emphatic in setting the stage for The Brigmore Witches, but did offer something fresh. As part two, a drastic change wasn’t expected, but the few alterations essentially stunted Dunwall’s insistence on offering diverging paths and cluttered the city with unwanted mayhem. Many of the hallmarks seen in Dishonored are here and that includes exploratory options, but their rarity is both frustrating and disappointing. The Brigmore Witches is a mostly satisfactory end to one of 2012′s best-loved games, but it could have and should have concluded with more pizazz."

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