This game is some what fun the story is like a b rated movie.The story takes place in Europe during the plague you are Corvo Attano When you arrive back to town from a unknown mission.You are welcomed by Emily Kaldwin who takes you to Empress Jessamine Kaldwin there after speaking to her you defend her from Assassins but then something goes wrong.Then you are framed and put in jail.That's where the game starts.
The game is Powered by The unreal Engine 3 it has cell shaded cg.so it looks like a comic book cgi movie.There are some cool this about this game.
1.you don't die if you fall into water you can just swim to the other side of places in the game or if you fall off a Ledge you will just re spawned back to where you where.
posted by DannysEyepatch (KINGSVILLE, TX) May 10, 2013
Member since Oct 2012
In a present when the only games we anticipate are sequels, Bethesda's new original idea, Dishonored, did well to generate hype, but was that hype well deserved? For the most part, yes, but the game did miss a couple of tiny notes that probably won't be noticed by anyone who doesn't really care. For starters, the game is fun. Genuinely fun. That's not a bad thing, right? Well, your character, Corvo, after being wrongly imprisoned for killing the empress he was meant to protect, is given his chance for revenge when an underground rebel unit helps him escape and a godly entity gives him supernatural powers. These powers are cool, like, really cool. You're gonna want to use them. That's where things get shotty. There are two different endings, the good one and the bad one. To get the good one, you have to be stealthy and kill few people. That kinda defeats the purpose of some of these powers. Also, it would've been nice to have A) more endings, B) a protagonist with a voice, since this game could've used it, C) a better reason to commit to revenge. The game hints that (SPOILERS, kinda) Corvo had a romantic affair with the empress, but doesn't quite confirm it. That could've been useful on a narrative end. Overall, the game does well, and for all its faults, it still is a game to play at least once, maybe twice if you want to see both endings(but be warned: no New Game Plus, which irritates me). They say that Dishonored is now a franchise, and I'm excited about what they learn to improve this already great experience.