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GF Rating
7.5

4787 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
8

Very Good

like hitman...in a 19th century whaling town

posted by DmeshOnPS3 (GARDINER, NY) Feb 1, 2013

Member since Sep 2010

this game was fun. graphics were good and the visual style was distinctive. theres no trophies for difficulty, so you can beat it on easy and still get a gold. theres a lot of stealth routes/options for each level, or you can just attack everyone and fight your way through. theres a trophy for not killing or alerting anyone, so stealth is a major option. it can get a bit dreary, the city is full of rats and plague, but its still fun and challenging. overall, this is a good rental for sure

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Awesome

posted by synyster_dave (DOROTHY, WV) Jan 29, 2013

Member since Jan 2013

Great game, I loved everything about it.

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

Good, but with a few flaws

posted by gospel_soldier (KALISPELL, MT) Jan 26, 2013

Member since Aug 2012

Personally, I loved Dishonored. The story may be a little bland at points, but it is overall intriguing and can absorb you into the world of Dunwall. Not to mention the plot twists are incredible. I rarely ever saw them coming when I first played through.
On to the gameplay. The overall scheme of the game is great, and puts a huge amount of emphasis on choice. I loved it. I could either run in and kill everyone, stealth my way around the guards and neutralize targets without killing them, or any other combination of methods. Granted, a really large amount of Corvo's powers and equipment are lethal, and some more non-lethall equipment would be appreciated, it still stands out as one of the most diverse titles I've ever played.
As mentioned above, though, the game has flaws. the leaning mechanic that allows you to see around cover can be iffy at times, and tends to make one feel out in the open, causing unneeded movement that could reveal your hiding spot. The cover itself can be a little shoddy too at times, but works alright for the most part.
The chaos system is another thing that tends to throw people off. As you go through the game, the amount of times you kill, whether it's guards or a primary target, contributes to the overall chaos in Dunwall. The higher the chaos, the more guards, plague rats/victims, and the bigger the change in the final part of the story. It sounds great, and it is, but there's no way to keep track of it until you complete a mission. at the end of a mission, a screen will show you the overall stats of your work, including your total chaos level. Now, the level can go down if you kill a lot of people one mission but almost no one the next, but it's very difficult to determine how much is too much for a low chaos ending.
In summary, the game as a whole is fantastic. There are paths in each level for all the playstyles that you can think of, and does a good job of making each one equally enjoyable. I completely recommend playing this.

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