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GF Rating
7.6

7659 ratings

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

Great game alil short

posted by Chefsetlich (CHINO, CA) Oct 23, 2012

Member since Oct 2012

Dishonored was a great game I love the game play . Sneaking around killing ppl solving the mistary . But the game was really short. I got done in two days and I didn't play in all day I had work andnplay after work . S thank for game fly cuz if I would have bought it I would have been mad

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Dishonored!!!!! Greatness

posted by Dabum11 (JACKSONVILLE, FL) Oct 23, 2012

Member since Oct 2012

All around was a great game. It had the best mobility for a 1st person shooter i have ever played, and the many ways u could play the game made it to good. I recommend to anyone who loves to adventure in a game, sneak or just plain out kill if u want.

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GF Rating
3

Bad

Overrated, Poorly Done

posted by TheDisfigured (CLIFTON, NJ) Oct 23, 2012

Member since Nov 2011

Dishonored utilizes a broken stealth system that focuses more on being up high opposed to being concealed. Its tired steampunk Victorian ultra-industrial pseudo-Bioshock setting offers much to be desired, and the game comes complete with a "unique" chaos system that affects your ending. However, this feature ultimately punishes you for slaying your enemies, and rewards you for mercy. So...that is a "chaos system". That is the tired good versus evil choices, cloaked in a new term created by the game's designers.

There are a few original touches, but nothing experienced gamers won't have seen before somewhere. Tired gadgets, tired textures, tired themes, Dishonored has it all.

You will often get caught on textures, observed by enemies when you were hidden, or completely ignored when you are performing blatantly obvious actions. The game says that you can rampage through the story, or sneak around, focusing on "play your way" style dynamics.

But this isn't completely true. If you're looking for a specific ending, you MUST play a certain way to control your level of chaos. And of course, there is a "don't kill anyone" challenge that you can do as well that is as excruciating and stale as the Metal Gear Solid franchise.

I tried to stick with the game for the plot, you know, see it to the end? But I got terribly bored and just watched all the endings on YouTube instead. Dishonored promised so much from inception, but delivered nothing.

Play Bioshock instead.

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