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Dishonored
Dishonored
  • Description

    Dishonored is the feverishly anticipated innovative and imaginative first person action adventure game developed by Arcane Studios, and published by Bethesda Softworks. This game promises to be an immersive experience, set in a Neo-Victorian steam punk open world that begs players to explore it, combined with both stealth and supernatural action and combat. Take your time to explore the world around you, or dive into the action head first; when it comes to Dishonored, you can set your own pace as to how you want to pursue your vengeance.

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    You play as the protagonist Corvo, a legendary former guard for the Empress, of whom he was framed for the murder by the vindictive Lord Regent. Now, gifted with supernatural powers and freed from prison by a mysterious humanoid enigma known only as The Outsider, you set out to exact your revenge. The vengeance you seek can be performed with the help of a creative and flexible combat system, where you can combine your supernatural abilities with the weapons you are an expert in, along with peculiar gadgets. You are well versed in the use of swords, daggers, and guns (including slow pistols and muskets), and have access to a variety of powers that range from being able to freeze time for a certain period, possess any living creature, summon plague animals such as rats, as well as teleport short distances. Being both a weapons and stealth expert, you have the choice to perform your kills under cover of darkness, or attack your target head on with swords drawn and guns blazing, utilising the environments you find yourself in and the gadgets and powers you possess.

    The outcome of each mission and assassination you carry out reflects the choices you made throughout the game; there are a multitude of options and choices to make within Dishonored, each of which can drastically affect the world around you, with consequences you may not be able to predict. The game is designed to be player-paced, meaning that you can approach the world either fast-paced and action packed, or slowly as you take your time to explore and study the details of the world around you and its history. Your main environment will be the oppressive city of Dunwall, a ravaged and decaying sea port, where the incredible graphics of Dishonored really shine. There is an incredibly impressive attention to detail at work within the game, whether it’s on the graceful yet vicious assassinations you perform, or the shadowed and decaying decor of the city of Dunwall; the visuals are stunning, and create a tense and palpable atmosphere as you utilise your skills of stealth and flit from shadow to shadow.

    Traverse through the incredible world of Dishonored, exploring every inch of the city and having every inch open and available to you to peruse, with the entire game shaped around the multitude of decisions and choices you can make. Take part in the graceful yet brutal blood spilling, as you set out to exact your revenge and bring the city of Dunwall to its knees for wrongfully imprisoning you. Redeem your honour through bloodshed.(Cat Emerson)

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  • Product Details
    Brand:
    Bethesda
    Certificate:
    PEGI 18
    Main Language:
    English
    Platform:
    Playstation 3

Dishonored

Playstation 3
17 Reviews
GBP 49.99

£49.99

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  • Description

    Dishonored is the feverishly anticipated innovative and imaginative first person action adventure game developed by Arcane Studios, and published by Bethesda Softworks. This game promises to be an immersive experience, set in a Neo-Victorian steam punk open world that begs players to explore it, combined with both stealth and supernatural action and combat. Take your time to explore the world around you, or dive into the action head first; when it comes to Dishonored, you can set your own pace as to how you want to pursue your vengeance.

    banner

    You play as the protagonist Corvo, a legendary former guard for the Empress, of whom he was framed for the murder by the vindictive Lord Regent. Now, gifted with supernatural powers and freed from prison by a mysterious humanoid enigma known only as The Outsider, you set out to exact your revenge. The vengeance you seek can be performed with the help of a creative and flexible combat system, where you can combine your supernatural abilities with the weapons you are an expert in, along with peculiar gadgets. You are well versed in the use of swords, daggers, and guns (including slow pistols and muskets), and have access to a variety of powers that range from being able to freeze time for a certain period, possess any living creature, summon plague animals such as rats, as well as teleport short distances. Being both a weapons and stealth expert, you have the choice to perform your kills under cover of darkness, or attack your target head on with swords drawn and guns blazing, utilising the environments you find yourself in and the gadgets and powers you possess.

    The outcome of each mission and assassination you carry out reflects the choices you made throughout the game; there are a multitude of options and choices to make within Dishonored, each of which can drastically affect the world around you, with consequences you may not be able to predict. The game is designed to be player-paced, meaning that you can approach the world either fast-paced and action packed, or slowly as you take your time to explore and study the details of the world around you and its history. Your main environment will be the oppressive city of Dunwall, a ravaged and decaying sea port, where the incredible graphics of Dishonored really shine. There is an incredibly impressive attention to detail at work within the game, whether it’s on the graceful yet vicious assassinations you perform, or the shadowed and decaying decor of the city of Dunwall; the visuals are stunning, and create a tense and palpable atmosphere as you utilise your skills of stealth and flit from shadow to shadow.

    Traverse through the incredible world of Dishonored, exploring every inch of the city and having every inch open and available to you to peruse, with the entire game shaped around the multitude of decisions and choices you can make. Take part in the graceful yet brutal blood spilling, as you set out to exact your revenge and bring the city of Dunwall to its knees for wrongfully imprisoning you. Redeem your honour through bloodshed.(Cat Emerson)

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  • Product Details
    Brand:
    Bethesda
    Certificate:
    PEGI 18
    Main Language:
    English
    Platform:
    Playstation 3

Customer Reviews

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Good game, somewhat repetitive

Dishonored plays like a lot of other first person sneak and slash games. What sets it apart is a deep and illustrious atmosphere as well as a slew of options for character advancement. There are several chapters to Dishonored, and the story does a good job of keeping the player interested in the development of the PC and the NPCs he regularly interacts with. The world is open to a limited extent - the levels don't feel too cramped or restrictive, but of course it's not a completely open RPG world. Those who wish for a lot of achievements will find just that, with optional pacifist playthroughs, ghosting achievements and the like. Graphics-wise, the game won't be remembered as the most advanced title among its peers, but for what it's worth, the graphics don't detract from the impression as a whole. However, the game does get a bit repetitive. The enemies can become predictable - which is to some extent intended for a sneaky game. But jumping from rooftops and assassinating the guards to a stately dinner stays exciting for only so long. The Game of the Year edition offers additional content, which may be of interest to the more competitively minded player, or to those who want to experience the entire universe of Dishonored. Similar to Deus Ex: Human Revolution, for example, the add-ons are not necessary to feel a sense of completion and accomplishment when the credits roll, but they do make for some entertaining hours spent with the game. To compare it again to a game with similar mechanics but a vastly different setting, I found Deus Ex more rewarding and immersive, but I don't regret buying Dishonored. I can recommend it as an enjoyable title to play through over the holidays, for example.

Good but...

Dishonored is an excellent game which resumes Assassin Creed's principles. The dark atmosphere adds a pressure and the history is brilliant, without speaking about the central figure.

Great Game!

Dishonored has tons of replay value! Become the assassin you want to be with a lethal and and non lethal option at every corner of the game, with lots of side missions (and DLC's). See the beautiful fallen city and explore it. Upgrade your favorite skills and abilities. This is one of the best games I've bought in terms of bang for buck. It's worth every penny!

Dishonored

My first impression - being an assassin with magical powers is awesome! There are many elements in this game which are very innovative, so after watching the trailer I wanted to buy it so badly, and honestly it didn't let me down. Saving the little girl and eliminating the evil army forces was a clichéd plot but still the graphics and the 'eerieness' which the game has is unique. Based on the decisions you make the world changes, so even if you have taken all the wrong choices and made the place a living hell for the citizens; you can always go back and try again which still won't be boring at all .The only problem it has is that the game was a bit short on the storyline which made me take one star off but otherwise it's a good game.

Dishonored

Dishonored is easily one of the best games to have come out last year. It can be described as a puzzle game, where you have to take your time and think up the best possible route to your targets. It is also one of the few games that lets you pull off complete pacifism zero-kill runs, including giving you options to 'neutralise' your assassination targets, instead of assassinating them straight up.

Great game

Dishonored is a great game that's engaging and interesting. It's great value for money.

Nice but short.

Good game-play. Original story but it's quite short.

Art meets Game Design

What I liked most about this game is its dark tone due to the very unique industrial atmosphere; particularly the oil painting look suits the industrial level design very well. Another nice aspect of the game is the variety of approaches the player is given to fulfil his mission goals; although it's up to oneself to choose between a non-lethal or a more "butcherly" play style the player has to deal with later consequences of his decisions because the world of Dunwall actively reacts to these actions. Thus the fun part is to discover each level play through another method and/or way to choose/to go and in the same way to enjoy the freedom of combining several of the main character's supernatural powers. You will be definitely surprised by the possibilities you got playing around with different combinations, believe me! Altogether I would certainly recommend the game because of it's exclusive and very convincing industrial world and the creativity aspect w.r.t. to the usage of Corvo's powers.

Excellent game!

Dishonored is an amazing stealth game that takes place in an imaginary world terrorized by an awful plague. The animation is great, and I did not came across any bugs or glitches. Although the game is pretty short, the game play and the storyline make the game so fascinating and fun. I really liked the choices you make in the game; how to complete the mission, or what to use mostly: the stealth options or the killing options? In conclusion, I believe that Dishonored is an amazing game, and that you should buy it.

Excellent game

Good story. Amazing environments; kill, destroy, do what ever you want!

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