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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.
The story is very-very simple. The game, actually, starts pretty good in terms of story-telling, there is a very interesting cinematic moment that sets up the whole game, but after that moment most of the story is told very briefly through a 1-2 minute long scene that is not even animated, it's just still images with voice-over. I've stopped playing at chapter 5 and the story stopped there. I mean, the first game was not ground-breaking in terms of story and characters, but it was passable. This game - it's simply a repeat of the old formula of a lone wolf, and it's very weird because both heroes are ex-heads of the empire, yet they have no connections, no money and it feels like Emily was not an empress at all.
Characters are all dull and there is no development whatsoever. Dialogue is pretty much shortened to "you have to sneak there and kill that guy".
Sound effects and music are quite weak, as well. Voice-over - terrible! The first game actually had a much better cast, but here - no one cares about performance, they just read the lines in "cool" voices. And I specifically look at you, the actor of Corvo.
Gameplay is the thing this game gets a lot of praise for. Well, I have to say that it's not as it was advertised. There is certainly no "choose your way" of play. Stealth is extremely boring and quick, all-out killing is just dull. The only proper way to enjoy the gameplay is to collect every single rune available on the level (which is too tedious to do since there are tons of them), so you can unlock all the extra abilities, and killing everyone you see from behind. So, there is only one way to enjoy this game and "choose your way" is simply a lie.
Speaking of killing, this game has a very weird moral system, which basically encourages you to NOT kill anybody, yet the game throws all these various items, techniques of killing without introducing anything interesting in terms of "veggie" play. So, if you like to get good endings, prepare for a boring gameplay.
Controls on PS4 are very bad. I mean, really. It is too hard to get used to them, so when you end up in a fight, you lose not because you did something wrong but because you're fighting with both the enemy and the control system. This game can only be enjoyed with a keyboard, and that's it. There is no way around it.
Graphics are kind of terrible. The art-style from the first game is present here, but it doesn't work. Mainly, because in the first one pretty much each level was crafted with the art-style in mind, in this game I completed 5 chapters and only one level actually worked well with the art-style, the others - just bleak and dull. And remember how much developers talked about whales in this game? I've only seen one. Yeah.
Not to mention that after all the patches, the game still performs terrible on a Slim PS4. There is constant drop of frame-rate in big locations and my question is: if huge games with a ton of detail like GTA 5 and Uncharted 4 work well on any PS4, why is this game so terrible and laggy?
Lastly, the AI. It's laughable. I played on a medium difficulty and the guards wouldn't see me when I was standing right next to them, they're just stupid. And let me give you another example. In the first chapter I entered some house, I look through the lock to see if there are any guards in the next room and I see one walking in circles with one of his legs inside a bath bowl. So, he walks and drags that bowl with him while saying something. It was ridiculous.
I am giving this game 1 star out of 5. It is an absolute garbage with no interesting story, characters, with a dull and stupid gameplay and horrible, absolutely horrible voice-over. I really hope these actors will never ever give their voice to any character.
I regret spending 20$ on this.