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|N3RDFUSION plays Dishonored Definitive Edition|
The gang from N3RDFUSION sit down and play Dishonored Definitive Edition, the enhanced version of Arkane Studios’ 2012 Game of the Year, now on PS4 and Xbox One. Will the guys play it stealthily? Or will they rampage through the streets of Dunwall? Watch this unscripted gameplay footage to find out.
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- The Knife of Dunwall: In The Knife of Dunwall, take on the role of Daud, the legendary assassin who killed the Empress. After assassinating the Empress, and forever changing the fate of Dunwall, you embark on a search for redemption.
- The Brigmore Witches: Continue your journey as the legendary assassin, Daud, in The Brigmore Witches. This conclusion to Daud's story will put you at odds with warring gang factions and the dangerous Brigmore witch coven.
- Dunwall City Trials: In Dunwall City Trials, experience Dishonored's flexible combat system, stealth gameplay, and distinct settings in a whole new way as you make your way through 10 distinct maps that feature a variety of challenges.
- Void Walker's Arsenal: With the Void Walker's Arsenal add-on pack, gain access to four content bundles previously available only through pre-ordering Dishonored. These bundles offer unique character bonuses, additional bone charm slots and more.
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Santa's supposed to bring me a PS4 for Christmas so I looked around for games with a reputation for being short. Dishonored kept popping up. I'd seen it around but something about the cover art just turned me completely off, I thought it looked like some military revenge porn thing I wouldn't play in a million years (I know, I know, books and covers...). Then I read something about it somewhere that made me take a look at it. I read reviews and watched a couple of youtube videos, discovered this game was far closer to my interests than I thought and went out on a limb and I bought it.
This game is AMAZEBALLS and I FREAKIN' LOVE IT. At first it was a complete bitch for me to play, I'd spent years playing games where basically you kill everything that blinks at you as fast as you can.Read more ›
My first playthrough I decided to go for the zero kill route on hard difficulty. It was hella tedious at first (a lot of reloading), but once you get the hang of things and using the powers it smooths out quite nicely. I eventually beat the main game and 2 of the 3 DLC's (I'll play City Trials later) doing the no kill thing. This got me all the "good" endings. Now I'm ready to play through it again using max butchery.
1) Very well thought out and fascinating lore. I loved the Victorian setting, and the whale oil was a stroke of genius IMO.
2) No hiccups, bugs, freezing, or graphical clipping. I was going for the stealthy route, and I heard the PS3 version does have some minor clipping issues with a lot of enemies on the screen. We'll see when I do my combat run.
3) Great combat. GREAT COMBAT!!!!!!
4) Lovely character models.
5) The city of Dunwall looks absolutely stunning.
1) Knocked out NPC's are a little too fragile. I would like a color code in future Dishonored games that represents live and dead NPC's. It kinda sucked when I finished a mission going for zero kills and I had one death that I didn't know about. Maybe give a warning that the knocked out NPC is drowning, etc.?
2) Not really a con, but a limitation of last gen consoles: dead bodies disappearing. I'm sure this won't be an issue on the PS4 or X1.
Anyway, about the DLC - this to me was one of the weakest elements of the GoTY edition. Not only were the DLC elements I tried rather disjointed from each other, and from the overall story arch, they also took away one of the most interesting elements of the main game - the players decision how to balance stealth and combat. The DLC felt kinda like: if you thought you could get away with a little combat in the main game, we're going to punish you by only letting you use stealth. I enjoyed the main game quite a bit (4 or 5 by itself) and replayed several chapters to get additional achievements, and lower my chaos, however the DLC I just could not tolerate. Even after getting through the whole game, I found the DLC fiddly with the stealth, and not very engaging story-wise. I think I paid about $20, and the main game was a good deal at that price, if I force myself to forget about the disappointing DLC.
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The game is easy to get involved with, easy to learn, and easy to become addicted to. It is one of the few games that I would play through again for the single player campaign.Published 4 months ago by Christina Michelle
Amazing game, stealth action gameplay! Multiple ways to complete your missions. Incredible!Published 5 months ago by B. Regiani
the animation in this game seemed too cartoonish. like it should have been a game for a less mature audience. it just really didn't do much for me. some repetitiveness in gameplay. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ragel