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Dishonored Reviews

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Game Critics 9.5/10 Oct 11 '12
Game Informer 8.75/10 Oct 07 '12
Giant Bomb 4/5 Oct 07 '12
Computer and Video Games /10 Dec 31 '69
Games Radar /10 Oct 07 '12
GameSpot 9.0/10 Oct 07 '12
GameSpot 8.5/10 Apr 22 '13
Strategy Informer 9.0/10 Dec 31 '69
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Dishonored Previews

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Games Radar Aug 10 '11
GameSpot Aug 06 '11
GameSpot Mar 12 '12
Worthplaying Jul 09 '12
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"Not only is Dishonored a strong game set in a fascinating universe, it's one of those rare and incredible titles that holds the player's attention right from the start and then leaves them wanting more as the credits roll. If there's a better action game in 2012, I'll be very, very surprised. Rat"
"Though I was frustrated by the chaos system and how it steers your actions, the heart of Dishonored is about being inventive, adaptable, and ruthless. The team at Arkane Studios has injected an array of cool possibilities into the simulated city of Dunwall, and discovering them all is a blast. When you come face-to-face with the people who wronged you, your only dilemma is deciding which poetic method of elimination will produce coolest result."
" We didn’t have any reason to be excited about Dishonored since we knew nothing about it going into our recent demo, but now that we’ve seen the game, we can tell you that you need to be excited, because we sure damn are. Dishonored is a first-person action/adventure game, or perhaps a first-person stealth/assassination game. It’s difficult to pin to a category, which is fine by us. It also takes place in its own unique universe that is fully realized down to the tiniest details. After watching it played for an hour... ..."
"The sneaky first-person, stealth-action adventure from Arkane Studios is upon us, flaunting amazing gameplay freedom and a unique stylized world. See how it fares in our review..."
"So that's man-eating rats, prostitutes, and death by steaming. Not bad for a game that's as much about stealth as it is about combat. And we haven't mentioned the hugely stylistic art style, based on 1600s London. That city has been transformed into a warped, steampunk version of itself, thanks to the efforts of former Half-Life 2 artist Viktor Antonov, and it looks fantastic, even at the game's early stage in development."
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