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- The Assassins: As fully voiced characters, Emily Kaldwin and Corvo Attano now bring their own perspectives and emotional responses to the world and story.
- Supernatural Powers: Advanced bone charm crafting and all-new upgrade trees allow you to customize your powers in vastly different ways.
- Imaginative World: The world is a character in its own right, rich with story, architecture and eclectic characters.
- Challenge: Customize your gameplay options and difficulty settings for an even more tailored adventure.
- The Void Engine: Dishonored 2 is beautifully brought to life with the new Void Engine, a leap forward in rendering technology, built from id Tech and highly-customized by Arkane Studios.
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Reprise your role as a supernatural assassin in Dishonored 2 - this Fall’s #1 rated game on Metacritic*.
Praised by IGN as “amazing” and “a superb sequel”, declared a “masterpiece” by Eurogamer, and hailed “a must-play revenge tale among the best in its class” by Game Informer, Dishonored 2 is the follow up to Arkane Studio's first-person action blockbuster and winner of more than 100 'Game of the Year' awards, Dishonored.
Play your way in a world where mysticism and industry collide. Will you choose to play as Empress Emily Kaldwin or the royal protector, Corvo Attano? Will you make your way through the game unseen, make full use of its brutal combat system, or use a blend of both? How will you combine your character's unique set of powers, weapons and gadgets to eliminate your enemies? The story responds to your choices, leading to intriguing outcomes, as you play through each of the game's hand-crafted missions.
*#1 rated on PS4 and PC
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In this you get to play as Emily or her father, Corvo. I recommend players choose Emily first and go from there, because playing as her and Corvo offers vastly different experiences between dialogue, character interaction, and even plot to an extent. I'm just wrapping up playing with Corvo on my second run of the game and just couldn't recommend it any more than I am now.
After playing the first Dishonored, I liked it enough to want to get this sequel, especially after the price dropped. I will say that if you liked the first game, then you will like this one as it has a very similar feel as the original game.
Considering the original is several years old now, this sequel has the look of the original but with far better graphic detail. The level design and aesthetics of the areas are well done with nice attention to detail.
Since I had recently played the first game, the learning curve was lessoned with the game as the controls work pretty much the same as the original. Even if you are not familiar with the game, at least there is a decent tutorial to get you started. Like the first game, DH2 primarily focuses on stealth and avoiding killing as killing creates high chaos and consequences for game world. Like the first game though, you can play in different styles (stealth versus assassination) with different ending results in the game and this time you can play two different characters as well for even a bit more variety in gameplay. For me personally, I think doing a near complete stealth (or completely stealthy) playthrough isn’t nearly as fun as you don’t really get to use all the tools and powers that you have available but you do have the option to play the game in a variety of ways throughout. You even have the option to play without the runes powers as well, although to me that is one of the best and most unique parts of the game.
Considering I am getting started with the game a while after it has been out, I seemed to have skipped most of the bug issues as I have not come across any as I have played as yet. Although not a bug per se (just bugs me), the lack of ability to pick up the books and remove them from the environment is a slightly annoying to me, mainly because I forget if I have clicked on the book to read or not through the game.
The game story is ok, although maybe not as good as the original, and follows the events several years after the first DH game. There seems to be a bit more character interaction and side missions than the first game, which is a plus. Although the game is still fairly linear, it does seem that you have a bit more area to explore than the previous game, which at least gives the feel of a more open world. I would say this is a limited open world though.
The baddies do seem to be a bit smarter and wiser to movement, which makes the stealth approach a bit more of a challenge. It does seem to be a bit too easy to get spotted now as opposed to before.
I am still not crazy about having to enable the heart to chase down the runes and charms as they tend to be a pain to track down but for the most part, I like DH2 as it is fun and allows for a variety of ways to play.
Nice graphics, beautiful details
More side missions and character interactions than the first
Ability to play both as Corvo or Emily with different stories and play styles
A variety of ways to play with lots of options to complete a mission
Cool variety of magic powers and runes, some fun weapons
Good voice acting, ok story
Combat is fun, smarter baddies
A bit more open for exploring (see cons)
Task list is still a bit messy like the first DH
Variety of play but still focused on playing stealth more than as an assassin
Tough to complete on pure stealth mode
Still pretty linear gameplay
Not true open world (limited areas of exploration)
Story isn’t as compelling as DH
Some gameplay quirks still
Game is a bit harder than the first