Reviews for Dishonored™ Game of the Year Edition
Great deal!Zazutuu | April 15, 2014 | See all Zazutuu's reviews »
For that price you get the game and all the DLC. It is really worth it.
You have 2 story DLC's and a Challenge DLC where you post your scores on the leaderboards. The story of the 2 story DLC's is centered around Daud. It all happens before the events of the main story of Dishonored.
I recommend to anyone to buy this.
Well worth the moneylipfter | Feb. 7, 2014 | See all lipfter's reviews »
Dishonored is an amazing stealth/action game. Its a great game to start your adventures if you are unexperienced or experienced alike. Even the first touch of the game and its mechanics will bring most of the players to the point where it will be hard to quit and they will want to continue playing ignoring the fact that their eyes are starting to hurt. The story is involving and interesting from the first few steps you take in the plague-ravaged city of Dunwall. As you progress through your adventure as a royal bodyguard of the Empress you feel that the story becomes more deep and intense as it goes on and not only that the storyline makes you feel as if you were reliving Corvos life, you have the choices which will decide how the future game progresses and what will change in it. From a visual point of view, Dishonored truly showed originality and beauty in the fantastic, colorful and stunning enviroment graphics. Not only that the graphics were appealing and beautiful to the eye, but they were inspiring aswell. Bethesda is truly remarkable, making successful moves and gaining streaks of fanastic ratings aswell as creating masterpieces of art in a very nice fashion. You wont regret investing money in this masterpiece and if you love stealth games, this game is a must.
An ode to the genreVonmaterhorn | Dec. 30, 2013 | See all Vonmaterhorn's reviews »
Amazingly enticing, this game will have get you stuck on it from the very beginning. From the alternate pathways to complete a misson, to the different ways (and gore amount) that it can be done, Dishonored is an ode to a player-stylized ending, where one can shape the game to his own likes, rather than be fed a rather dull plot story. The guys from Bethesda sure know what they're doing, and so will you, when you get to play this masterpiece!
A must have !TekilaShot | Nov. 28, 2013 | See all TekilaShot's reviews »
The design is great, the atmosphere and the sound effects are top notch ! It's a stealth game but you aren't punish if you go rampage and kill everyone around. I spent many hours trying to be undetected, it's harder that it looks when you don't have all the ability at the beginning. It's really hard to find a flaw in that game at least for me. It runs great on my laptop, the DLC has a lot of replayability maybe my only reproach is no multi player ? But really who need it when the single player is so good? Buy it you won't be disappointed !
worth every pennykesmiskus | Nov. 7, 2013 | See all kesmiskus's reviews »
great GOTY,great replayability,amazing level design,always resulting in you choosing different paths. knife of dunwall and brigmore witches is the story of what happened to daud during and after the story in dishonored. this game can easily suck you in and you can be seen spending over 50hours+ playing it,provided your a stealth fan. all in all,a GOTY worth buying.
Great valueStebsis | Oct. 13, 2013 | See all Stebsis's reviews »
Dishonored on its own is a great stealth and action game. You play as Corvo Attano, bodyguard of the Empress. He's falsely accused of murder of the empress and kidnapping of her daughter Emily, and is taken to a prison where you escape and start to track down Emily and the people who killed the Empress. Story doesn't have any real surprises, but the lore and setting are interesting enough to carry the plot.
You always have a sword in your right hand, and you have variety of weapons to equip on left, like crossbow that has all kinds of darts for stealthy, non-lethal, low chaos and high chaos plays. Pretty soon you get your hands on supernatural powers given by the Outsider, a mysterious fella who appears before Corvo throughout the game. You find these runes scattered all over the levels that you use to unlock the powers, like blink that lets you silently teleport some distance, for example to get to higher ground, hide quickly or go behind an enemy and stun/kill them. You can also summon plague rats that eat your enemies till only bones are left, dark vision that lets you see enemies through walls and all the collectibles(which I don't like at all, I want to explore the levels myself) and stuff like jump higher. There are variety of abilities for you to play the way you want, stealthly, killing people, stunning them, or going in loud. It's just a shame that because levels are very stealth based you don't have that many options to play non-lethal way, basically blink and high jump are the only ones that I used. You have an ability to turn your enemies to ash after you kill them, so you don't need to hide the bodies, but I don't like it, it makes things way too easy just like dark vision. I had hoped much more creative stuff that necessarily doesn't make the game easier, just more interesting and varied.
Then there are the three DLC's that of course come in this GotY edition. Dunwall City Trials lets you take on different challenge maps, you may need to kill enemies as quickly as possible and in certain way. This is fun if you enjoyed more of the combat and taking on enemies rather than exploring and doing the story.
Knife of Dunwall and Brigmore Witches put you in the shoes of Daud who actually was the one who killed the Empress. He tries to atone for his sins and rescue Emily in the shadows, the end of Brigmore Witches and his storyline is interesting as it intervenes with Corvos story from main game, and overall they were really enjoyable. Daud plays a bit differently from Corvo. For example when Daud uses blink, time around him stops and that lets you have more time in deciding where to blink. He also has couple different powers like pull, and his crossbow is on his wrist.
Level design in all of these is excellent and varied, there are a ton of different routes to take depending what kind of abilitites you have, like possession that lets you take control of guards or fishes, or your target so you can basically commit suicide with him. The levels clearly favor stealth with all kinds of high places to go to like rooftops, lamps, bookshelves etc.
Overall this is a great package, the main game and all DLC's have lots of replayability and they also take a nice while to go through, so there's definitely a lot of value for the money here.