Experience the definitive Dishonored collection. This complete compilation includes Dishonored, winner of over 100 Game of Year awards, as well as all of its additional content - Dunwall City Trials, The Knife of Dunwall, The Brigmore Witches and Void Walker’s Arsenal.Read full description
Experience the definitive Dishonored collection. This complete compilation includes Dishonored, winner of over 100 Game of Year awards, as well as all of its additional content - Dunwall City Trials, The Knife of Dunwall, The Brigmore Witches and Void Walker’s Arsenal.
Developed by Arkane Studios, Edge Online’s 2012 Studio of the Year, Dishonored is an immersive first-person action game that casts you as a supernatural assassin driven by revenge. With Dishonored’s flexible combat system, creatively eliminate your targets as you combine the supernatural abilities, weapons and unusual gadgets at your disposal. Pursue your enemies under the cover of darkness or ruthlessly attack them head on with weapons drawn. The outcome of each mission plays out based on the choices you make.
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. Gain access to Daud’s new weapons, gadgets and supernatural abilities as you traverse through parts of Dunwall yet unseen, including the city’s whaling center, Rothwild Slaughterhouse, and the heavily guarded Legal District.
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. Journey through undiscovered locales within Dunwall, including Drapers Ward and the Brigmore Manor, where you will be met with supernatural forces that test the limits of your new weapons and abilities.
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. Put your stealth, combat and mobility skills to the test as you clear demanding objectives, unlock new achievements and secrets, and climb up the global online leaderboards.
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.
I remember when I first heard about Dishonored, it was though a friend telling me how awesome the game was, but being me at the time I wasn't into many games apart from the Call of Duty franchise... I mean come on, I was only 15 at the time, all I cared about was shooting at people - I wasn't interested in stealth because I didn't think it was "badass" enough. Boy was I wrong. In Dishonored you play as Corvo, the Royal Protector to Emily, the Princess of Dunwall. On the day you return home from somewhere overseas, shortly afterwards the Queen is murdered and the Princess is kidnapped (on your watch). You are convicted of their murder/abduction. Hence the title, Dishonored. You then gain magical abilities from a strange Godlike being. You are then tasked with getting Emily back and taking down the usurpers who had framed you. How it all plays out is pretty standard, the story isn't too interesting here. The gameplay in this game is great. Although it advertises complete player control over gameplay style, it works best as a stealth game. I found figuring out how to best use my abilities to complete certain tasks fun, maybe not challenging on the default difficulty, but still fun. The thing I noticed most is that the ability you use most is the Blink ability. This is ridiculously overpowered and you can abuse it to shit, especially with the overly "dumb" AI. But, as I already stated, it was fun! This game's graphics are pretty nice too, not groundbreaking or even really pushing the Unreal Engine at all, its more the art style that makes it great. Dishonored's animations and voice acting are pretty ok too, although our protagonist is silent throughout the main game. The game is far less demanding on the hardware than most AAA games, running this game at [email protected] highest settings is a breeze for pretty much any discrete GPU, so you should have no issues there. Overall this game is pretty great, if you haven't played it you definitely should, its a neat idea and is only around 15 hours for the main campaign (plus its pretty cheap on here so you don't have much of an excuse not to).
After avoiding Dishonored for years (not intentionally) I finally decided to pick it up and I can't believe I missed out for this long. If you like stealth games, you'll love this. There is a skill system which warrants different styles of play. This creates some replayability. The story and the world are interesting. The game's art style is great. So all in all Dishonored is a great stealth game with a good story, fun combat, and an intriguing world. Definitely worth the money.
This game is a great mixture of stealth and action. Nice graphics good story and gameplay. would recommend it. 8.5/10
Dishonored is a great game that encourages you to be stealthy but doesn't require you to be. The story is a little predictable but that is fine because the gameplay and replayability makes up for it. Something I wasn't a fan of is the sword fighting combat. I feel like they could've done more with it. You probably will want to get the Definitive Edition because it includes all DLC and the two story DLCs are really good. I would say that The Knife of Dunwall and The Brigmore Witches are close to being better than the base game.
A game which lets you choose how you play is an instant win in my books. Being able to play either stealthy or outright madmen was an awesome way to play. Not many games of this genre have much of a story but this one really pulled me through. I actually did not want to play as a madmen due to the possible repercussions of it. In some ways that is a little annoying as you have to stick to one stealth all game or you ruin it for the rest of it. But a game this good is definitely worth a second play through to be able to experience in both styles.
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