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2K Games and Bethesda are offering two bundles in February: BioShock Infinite with Skyrim and Borderlands 2 with Dishonored. Each will cost $29.99 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Read more

It didn't quite win Game of the Year from us, but Dishonored is one fine game. And if you haven't had a chance to play it, the upcoming GOTY Edition is a great excuse. Read more

Dishonored co-creative director Raphael Colantonio dropped some intriguing hints about the studio's next game, saying it will be "similar" to Dishonored, and that they're playing special attention to people's reaction to Daud in the DLC. Read more

by Steve Watts,, Aug 13, 2013 8:30AM PDT

Dishonored is releasing its "conclusion" today, the Brigmore Witches DLC that wraps up Daud's story. Read more

by Alice O'Connor,, Aug 5, 2013 10:00AM PDT

We only have another eight days to wait until Dishonored's third big DLC pack launches, The Brigmore Witches, but if you're really impatient you can see a good chunk of it now. Developer Arkane was at QuakeCon over the weekend, giving a half-hour live demo of one mission. Read more

by John Keefer,, Jul 16, 2013 7:30AM PDT

The Brigmore Witches, the final DLC pack for Dishonored and the second half of the storyline following the assassin Daud, will be coming on August 13. Read more

by Steve Watts,, May 3, 2013 12:45PM PDT

Dishonored's previously exclusive pre-order bonuses are being bundled together and sold for $3.99, starting May 14. Read more

The dastardly Daud offers his side of the story in a gameplay trailer for Dishonored's upcoming DLC 'The Knife of Dunwall,' where you'll get to play as the legendary assassin himself. It's not all smiles and merriment killing an Empress though. Read more

A hands-on with the upcoming "Knife of Dunwall" downloadable content for Dishonored, with thoughts from creative director Ricardo Bare. Read more

Arkane Studios' Harvey Smith says that single-player hasn't found its audience limit yet, and more multiplayer games doesn't necessarily mean that pure single-player experiences are dying out. Read more

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