Trusted Reviews writes:
When it came out in 2012, Dishonored was positively showered with critical acclaim and awards. In a market stifled by long-running franchises, it felt truly fresh and original, combining an arresting, steampunk art-style and general vibe with properly open-ended gameplay that cleverly melded stealth, action and semi-magical abilities. Now that publisher Bethesda Softworks has announced that Dishonored 2 is in the pipeline, this Definitive Version of the original game offers a timely (and keenly priced) means of reacquainting ourselves with the city of Dunwall before its successor arrives. The Definitive Edition has been the beneficiary of a graphical makeover for the Xbox One and PS4, and includes the three slabs of Dishonored DLC that augmented the vanilla game.