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Dishonored

by Bethesda
 Ages 18 and Over
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B0073POTOS
  • Release Date: 12 Oct. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,276 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

GAME DESCRIPTION:

Dishonored is an immersive first-person action game that casts you as a supernatural assassin driven by revenge. Creatively eliminate your targets with the flexible combat system as you combine the numerous supernatural abilities, weapons and unusual gadgets at your disposal. Pursue your enemies under the cover of darkness or ruthlessly attack them head on with weapons drawn. The outcome of each mission plays out based on the choices you make.

STORY:

Dishonored is set in Dunwall, an industrial whaling city where strange technology and otherworldly mysticism coexist in the shadows. You are the once-trusted bodyguard of the beloved Empress. Framed for her murder, you become an infamous assassin, known only by the disturbing mask that has become your calling card. In a time of uncertainty, when the city is being besieged by plague and ruled by an oppressive government armed with neo-industrial technologies, dark forces conspire to bestow upon you abilities beyond those of any common man – but at what cost? The truth behind your betrayal is as murky as the waters surrounding the city, and the life you once had is gone forever.

KEY FEATURES:

  • Improvise and Innovate: Approach each assassination with your own style of play. Use shadow and sound to your advantage to make your way silently through levels unseen by foes, or attack enemies head-on as they respond to your aggressiveness. The flexible combat system allows you to creatively combine your abilities, supernatural powers and gadgets as you make your way through the levels and dispatch your targets. Improvise and innovate to define your play style.
  • Action with Meaning: The world of Dishonored reacts to how you play. Move like a ghost and resist corruption, or show no mercy and leave a path of destruction in your wake. Decide your approach for each mission, and the outcomes will change as a result.
  • Supernatural Abilities: Teleport for stealth approaches, possess any living creature, or stop time itself to orchestrate unearthly executions! Combining your suite of supernatural abilities and weapons opens up even more ways to overcome obstacles and eliminate targets. The game’s upgrade system allows for the mastery of deadly new abilities and devious gadgets.
  • A City Unlike Any Other: Enter an original world envisioned by Half-Life 2 art director Viktor Antonov. Arkane and Bethesda bring you a world where industry and mysticism collide, creating an atmosphere thick with intrigue. The world is yours to discover.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Much Ado About Nothing 2 Nov. 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
I wanted to like this game, I really did. As an avid gamer and stealth fan I couldn't wait to power up the console and get stuck in. But it just didn't happen. It failed to engage me in the way great games do. I found the graphics hit and miss (some of the characters hands are as big as their heads) and although the game does have a distinctive look and style, it's not necessarily that good a style. The lighting is good and general atmosphere but character design is left wanting. It's a playable game with some okay stealth mechanics, but nothing earth shattering, and the multiple option levels prove a bit boring if you stick to 100% stealth and not kill anyone. (The newest Hitman is a far better game with superior level design, great graphics and, just for simply being fun to play)
There's no oomph here though, no real excitement to the experience. Some of the extra powers are fun for a bit but soon become stale and repetitive. I ended up forcing myself to complete this game from half way through it to the end, such was my willingness to be won over and engaged. It didn't happen.
It's not a terrible game at all, more disappointing. I've probably given worse games 3 stars but Dishonoured gets a 2 for not living up to to the hype and proving to be a chore. Judging by the other reviews the majority of people disagree with me, but you have been warned. I'm a seasoned gamer and despite my perseverance I could not connect with what was on offer. I did not enjoy this game.
Hitman, the Assassins Creed games, Deux Ex Human Evolution - all are better than this hyped up, flat, off beat slice of stealth.
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62 of 68 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The most twisted and captivating game this gen. 25 Oct. 2012
By Ché
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Aaah Dishonored. Where can I start?

This game has kept me transfixed in the coincidentally short fortnight I have had this game. I have Completed this game twice, each time exploring the world inside out. By saying I have completed this twice you would assume that this is a short game (especially if you're used to titles such as Fallout, Skyrim & Deus Ex: Human Revolution, they're actually just really long), but I can assure you this is not. My first completionist playthrough clocked in at about 17 hours or so for me, and the second being around 15, as the replay value is unparalleled, which leads me to the actual game.

You play as silent protagonist Corvo Attano (badass name), just back to give the empress some news concerning the plague rampant in the city. Assassins appear and murder the empress, though only you are found with her lifeless corpse. Corvo takes the blame. This leaves a foundation for a simplistic yet furiously entertaining story of revenge.

One thing I adore about Dishonored is the gameplay. It feels so original, organic, and so unlike anything else; it's immense fluidity makes a simple act such as scaling a building incredibly satisfying. As Corvo you do feel like a supernatural assassin (just as well as Arkham City made you feel like the Batman), your arsenal consisting of: a sword, crossbow, pistol, and many magnificent otherworldly powers, to dispatch your target in any way you see fit. And I mean any way.

Dishonored is everso non-linear, with three or four ways at the very least to complete your objectives, and tenfold that to reach them. Dishonored's non-linearity extends also to the way you play; you can: murder everyone, murder noone, go in guns blazing, go in completely unnoticed, or don't go in at all.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great game with lots of different ways to play 22 July 2013
By Miss AL Holloway TOP 500 REVIEWER
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I became aware of dishonored before it's release having seen various trailers and gameplay videos on gaming websites that I follow. I was intrigued by it and keen to try it out because it reminded me a bit of Bioshock which is my all time favourite game.

I had this game on pre order and began playing as soon as it arrived (I book time off work for this type of thing - it's cheaper than going on holiday and it keeps me happy!). There are a few similarities to Bioshock, such as a very unique art style, a silent protagonist and the addition of powers as well as weapons, but really these are two different beasts.

In dishonored you play as Corvo, he is wrongly convicted of killing the Empress he is sworn to protect. He is helped to escape from prison and sets out to clear his name and take revenge on those who framed him.

You can play the game in different ways to suit your preferred playing style, eg stealth or more violent, or a combination of these styles, and you can purchase and upgrade different powers, therefore creating the Corvo that is best for your playing style. There are violent and non violent solutions to missions, and how you play effects the storyline and the game world, which adds replay value. You can also set different difficulty levels to make things more or less challenging.

The revenge story is not particularly original but it is very well done and makes for a satisfying gameplay experience. The game looks fantastic and there is a lot to explore, it is worth exploring all levels thoroughly to uncover additional loot, runes and the occasional side mission.
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