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Dishonored: Game of the Year Edition (Xbox 360)

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B00FB2UBNS
  • Release Date: 11 Oct. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,081 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Experience the definitive Dishonored collection with the Game of the Year Edition. This complete compilation includes Dishonored, winner of over 100 Game of Year awards, as well as all of its additional content - Dunwall City Trials, The Knife of Dunwall, The Brigmore Witches and Void Walker's Arsenal. Developed by Arkane Studios, Edge Online's 2012 Studio of the Year, Dishonored is an immersive first-person action game that casts you as a supernatural assassin driven by revenge. With Dishonored's flexible combat system, creatively eliminate your targets as you combine the 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.


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Dishonored is an excellent stealth game with a steampunk style, a story of political intrigue, great gameplay mechanics and clear influences from other games that it builds upon. It presents its world in a unique visual style that brings its characters and locations to life.

You play the role of Corvo, the Empress's bodyguard. After her assassination you are framed for her murder and must escape prison, seek allies and start the fight back against the plotters who have seized power.

The first-person sneaking and exploration has some similarities to the Thief series, while the range of weapons, tactics and found items feels somewhat like Bioshock. However, Dishonored always has new ideas to explore.

You come across runes that can level up your powers, allowing you to teleport, possess enemies or have them devoured by a swarm of rats. You also pick up bone charms that provide useful enhancements. Because of your powers of stealth and attack, combined with areas that have multiple routes, there are many ways to approach a mission. Combat is good and feels physical, such as blocking sword blows or attacking someone with a knife. Because a lot of your attacks are close range and through the character's eyes, taking out a target can be quite brutal. The game doesn't shy away from showing the bloody effects.

At the same time the story deals with themes of revenge, political manoeuvrings, inequality and revolution as you explore the decaying sprawl of the city of Dunwall.

Dishonored has a wonderful and unique art style influenced by Viktor Antonov who designed City 17 in Half-Life 2. It's a mix of imposing futurist architecture and 19th-century Britain, an industrial powerhouse running on whale oil and huge machines.
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i bought Dishonored: game of the year edition because i heard so many good things about this game but never actually played it and getting bundled with all dlc with it is a steal.

After playing it constantly and finishing it i was satisfied with the game completely, the choice in gameplay was brilliant with a huge variety of ways to play adding tons of replaybility to the game.

The dlc is also really good the void walkers aresnal makes the game so much easier and the bonus money really helps new players to the game. the knife of dunwall and brigmore witches are also very good playing as the Assassin Daud was a cool experince and adds a new perspective to the dishonored world. Finally the dunwall city trials are decent and challenging and can help further develop skills with your magic, weapons and stealth skills.

If you have yet to play dishonored now is the perfect chance the full game and dlc together is definitely worth the price and with tons of replaybility you will be coming back for more. This is one of the game of the year games that definitely earned its goty title.
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Dishonored has received many accolades and praise from many quarters for its fresh ideas and bringing a new IP into the spotlight. Ultimately, I found Dishonored to be disappointing and at times a real exercise in tedium and I'll attempt to explain why within this review.

In Dishonored you play as Corvo Attano, a master assassin who finds himself in a perilous situation. I won't spoil the story, although I will warn you that the boxart does it best to do this for you anyway if you read the details like me. Corvo has many tools at his disposal in the game but these tools are not that interesting. One tool such as the heart just helps you find runes which is not useful for any other reason than upgrades. Perhaps the most useful power that Corvo can use is Blink where Corvo can teleport from one area to another within a limited distance. This is very useful within the game. Other abilities such as possession and dark vision are available to the player but if you play through the game as I did you're unlikely to find enough runes in order to truly benefit from Corvo's skillset.

The story starts off interesting but it's questionable as to whether the payoff is worth it. The story is shaped around your actions but in a hamfisted or half-baked manner. This is because the fate of Dunwall is attributable to your actions and that's as simple as causing more 'chaos'. Therefore, rather than giving the player clear choices it is condensed as to whether you go on a rampage or not and try to play stealthy. The stealth within the game could work better than it does. The AI moves between stupid and highly sensitive. This is so extreme that you can be seen to the point of it being incredibly frustrating. The dark vision ability helps with this somewhat but is not always available to the player.
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I love stealth games and dishonored was original and fresh, This game puts you in a first-person perspective and the way to avoid detection is to stay out of enemy's line of sight (Cone of Vision). The ways you would do this in familiar stealth games would be to move around walls and hide behind objects whilst an enemy walks past. In Dishonored that's not necessarily the case, when navigating or avoiding, you'll be thinking Vertically rather than simply whats in front of you. You have Powers, a selection of powers that you unlock over time and in which order is up to you. The most vital power is 'Blink' which is a short teleport (Can be upgraded) that lets you traverse upon lampposts, buildings or just to get you out of trouble. You will find yourself at times with many enemies on the ground and few above, making the use of Blink a primary choice of progressing. You'll be using it a lot.

The powers do recharge to certain extent, Blink will recharge completely if not used in quick succession, use it once, wait to refill and use it again. If you used blink twice then it'll recharge to a certain point from when you used it that second time, the bar wont be full but you can just use one of the items you can stock up on to replenish it.

You can go anyway about it, guns blazing like some crazy steampunk psycho ninja with time-stopping powers and turning everyone to ash. Or you can use Sleep darts from your crossbow along with 'Possession' which allows you to take control of animals (Humans when upgraded) to navigate a certain area and jump out of the host's body when your done.
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