Dishonored: Definitive Edition
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About this game
Developer: Arkane Studios
Content Rating: Mature
Experience Dishonored plus all of its additional content on the new console systems for the first time, complete with enhanced graphics that take full advantage of the powerful hardware of this generation.
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As a fan of Dishonored, I didn’t need much of a reason to jump back in. Three years in the rear-view, Dishonored holds up quite well. It’s still incredibly fun to play, the dynamic gameplay is timeless. I can see someone who’s never played this game having an incredible amount of fun with it, and getting a decent value for all the game has to offer, not only in its core main story line but in the additional story and trials DLC that’s included in the package.
This may not be a true “Definitive Edition,” but the good news is that the greatest strengths of Dishonored – and its additional DLC – still shine through. ...Corvo and Daud are strong leads too, with an evolving set of supernatural powers that allow them to do things like teleport, slow time, possess other characters and see through walls. Missions accommodate this versatility well, with multiple routes, a whole lot of verticality and countless secrets for those that take the time to explore.
It may not be as sprawling as The Phantom Pain, but this is one of Xbox 360's greatest sneakathons and plays as well as it ever did. If you didn't buy it before, reach for your wallet immediately.