Dishonored 2 is a marvel of level and puzzle design, which more than makes up for the lack of an engaging story or characters.
At New York Comic Con, I got to go hands-on with Dishonored 2 for the first time since it was announced. It's interesting how easily I was able to fall back into old habits from the first game despite Dishonored 2 having a number of differences. Most notably, Emily and Corvo have powersets all their own. I stuck with Emily for the duration of my playthrough this time, mostly because I spent dozens of hours with Corvo in the past, but also to see how her abilities freshened up the experience.
It's time to go back to Dunwall and become the supernatural/steampunk assassin Corvo Attano one more time in Dishonored Definitive Edition. As an enhanced version of the hit 2012 game for last-gen consoles, Dishonored brings back its unique take on stealth gameplay told through a first-person perspective. Obviously, this Definitive Edition launched to help get us hyped up for Dishonored 2, but there isn't much here that could be considered new when compared to its original release (especially in regards to the last-gen Game of the Year Edition). Nevertheless, there's still something that's remarkably satisfying about infiltrating an enemy compound with such a variety of ways in dispatching your enemies, whether you're using a crossbow, traps, your sword, your hands, magic or a legion of bloodthirsty rats.
Nothing says welcome back to Dunwall like a launch trailer for the Definitive Edition of Dishonored.
Bethesda and Arkane Studios have announced a Definitive Edition and official sequel for the epic stealth game, Dishonored.
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Gearbox Software's Borderlands 2 and Arkane Studios' Dishonored, will be free-to-play the entire weekend on Steam.
Xbox is planning to close out this summer with some even hotter titles being given out for free via Games With Gold for the month of August.
A new batch of information has surfaced, reportedly giving us a hint as to what to expect from Dishonored 2.
Hold onto your supernatural-powered butts, folks, because a teaser image for Dishonored 2 might have just been leaked.