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Dishonored - PC

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  • Improvise and Innovate: Approach each assassination with your own style of play
  • Use shadow and sound to your advantage to make your way silently through levels unseen by foes, or attack enemies head-on as they respond to your aggressiveness.
  • Action with Meaning: The world of Dishonored reacts to how you play. Move like a ghost and resist corruption, or show no mercy and leave a path of destruction in your wake.
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A star is reborn!This was the first time back from a long spell of not playing video games. I think Zelda: Skyward Sword was the last one I played. Things have changed. Graphics have much improved, character development has improved and the game engine itself has improved. I am glad I chose this one as my new jump off point. It has its limitations, but they don't interfere with the game at all. One is that it is not a true open world game. Once you pass through a location, you can't go back unless the story line takes you there. The story line is very linear, although there are some side quests and choices that will affect the way you play through the game. But it is very well done for a nice 70 or so hour game that it would take an ancient returning warrior to play. A really good player can probably go through it in 40 hours or less. I give it 5 stars because in the end, it was fun and I enjoyed it.5Deus Ex: Steampunk Ninja EditionThis game was great. One of the best PC games I have ever played. The game is very reminiscent of Deus Ex.The story wasn't anything astounding, but it kept my interest for the duration of the game. It is pretty much your basic revenge story with a few added twists. A really cool aspect of the game is that the game world is affected by how you played the game. If you chose to eliminate every guard in sight in one level, the next level would have a lot of rats and zombies. If you chose to be stealthy and didn't eliminate a single guard the maps would have very few rats and zombies. Based on the way you played the game you can get different endings.The game-play is great. The game is a FPS, your main weapons are a sword, a pistol, and a mini crossbow. The sword does what you probably think it does. The pistol can be upgraded multiple times to have greater power, range, ammo, and there is an upgrade to get exploding bullets.The crossbow is like the one in Deus Ex. It has three types of bolts: Regular, flame, and tranquilizer. Though you can opt to use none of these and choose to knock guards out instead or just slip past them with stealth. After the first bit of the game you are given special abilities that help you to complete the level in what ever way you see fit. You have to acquire runes to unlock and upgrade your powers. The ability that you will probably use the power called blink. Blink allows you to teleport short distances which helps when getting into and sneaking around buildings. The only other ability that I used semi often was the possession power. The upgraded version of possession allows you to posses people like guards other lifeforms. You can't do much while possessing someone, but you can move around freely and flip switches. The levels give you a multitude of options on how to complete them. In almost every mission you are given the option to spare the target.The game takes about 10-15 hours to complete. Though there is quite a bit of replay value to the game in choosing a different path or playing the game stealthily or not the second time through.Overall I give this game 9.25 out of 10.5patheticits a rip off the game is not on the disk i got riiped off 3 times with 3 different disc of different games i bought its retarded to sell a disc were the game is not on it if i wanted to down load the game from steam i would buy the game on steam i would not buy the disc that u have to connect to steam and download the game because the disc does not have the game what moron thought of this idea its retarded years ago the game use to be on the disc so u can install the game from the disc to the computer not have to use internet and use the disc to get steams version of the game this is pathetic i am no longer buying video pc games on disc1Great game, minor trouble with ATI Drivers.I've really enjoyed this game so far. It's got a great storyline, perhaps a bit cliche, but enjoyable none the less. Original characters. The graphics are good(they fit the style of the game), and the lighting is great.The ability to choose different ways to accomplish tasks makes it replayable to me, and they aren't just the "choose this option to proceed" options either. I've found several parts in the game so far where I've had trouble deciding how I want to proceed. The option to brute-force your way through is always there, but there's also climbing over roofs, finding ways into sewers, climbing over walls to back alleys. I haven't messed with powers aside from the teleport(blink), and it adds even more ways to get around.Yes, the game can be activated on Steam.There was some issues with ATI's drivers. The game would crash as soon as i tried to start the game. After updating to the 12.11 version (currently beta), it seems to be working without any problems. They can be found here: [...]5So immersive.This game has set a new bar for me. The light, the shadow, the voice acting, the story, the option to go fast paced and gory or slow pace and stealthy, multiple routs for mission completion, and character customization, added together amounts to a very fulfilling experience.The story keeps the game moving and gives you place and purpose, but what keeps me playing is the stunning level of detail of environments and how light, sound, and abilities interact to make for a very unique and fresh experience.Did you ever play Theif: The dark project? Playing the game stealthily this game is strongly reminiscent of that, although with some very significant advancements. Certain abilities are reminiscent of Deus Ex: Human Evolution, as are enemy AI and pathing. There are no strong advancements in enemy AI but there is an added hand to hand combat system that is quite advanced and enjoyable that sets itself apart. I would highly recommend looking up Youtube videos of Dishonored's combat system.Light has huge importance in this game. For example, a 6-pane windowed door will cast a dynamic shadow rendered in realistic perspective that also directly impacts your visibility. It is not just a pre-drawn shadow on the ground, the shadow will move with the door, from the light source. It may sound like a trivial detail, but it are details like this that many modern games are completely lacking. Textures are extremely detailed. Flesh is not just a static color, it is a multi-layered rendering which makes faces and hands strikingly realistic.Sound has huge importance in this game. For example dropping an unconscious body with a sword may cause enough of a sound to draw a guards attention. A guard mumbling or whistling to themselves will give you locational clues and allow you to avoid detection. Foot steps on stone will reverberate realistically. Rats will scurry, water will trickle, and going through sewer pipes will echo realistically and produce wind tunnel effects. These are minor things but they come together so fantastically to immerse you in a way not often seen. If you have played Amnesia: The descent, sound and like are handled similarly, but Dishonored had a bigger budget and it shows.Your abilities have huge importance. You can kill a guard, 3 guards may get alerted, so you slow time, possess a rat, craw through a hole to another room, then teleport to a balcony, possess a maid, jump off the balcony, land 3 stories below (killing the maid) and walk away unscathed.Perspective is a huge importance. There are a number of situations where you may be below in a sewer, looking up at your enemy, as street water trickles down on your mask, or on top of a building, cat walk, balcony, or sewer piping looking down on your enemy. Either situation can give you a strategic advantage and additional options for completion of your objectives. Often finding these strategic vantage points while creeping through shadows unnoticed is part of the thrill of the game. And while doing this you will hear guards conversations amongst themselves; scripted events that are often individualized for that moment of the game. And they are frequent, so while you may realize they are of course scripted, it is not noticeable, it further immerses you in the environment.Combat is challenging if you decide to go that route. 3 guards fighting face to face will provide a definite challenge and you will have to use your abilities, you cannot simply hack and slash.You can replay missions. If you went stealth at first, try up close and personal next. Both are rewarding in their own rights.Another smash hit from Bethesda I'd say. If you like first person stealth games with a high level of realism, a non-linear dynamic combat system thanks to unique abilities, with an immersive environment thanks to stellar sound, lighting, and perspective, you must pick up this game.Hope this review helped! (get it lol)5Excellent FPS, engaging play, excellent user features.Dishonored:I have played a lot of FPS single-player PC games, I would rate Dishonored at the top of my personal favorites. Like many of the genera the back story involves corruption, political intrigue and surprising twists of loyalties. However, the game play is engaging and compelling.What I particularly enjoyed was that success is not necessarily achieved through melee-style combat; in most situations stealth and cunning are better suited to achieve the goals. And often, once a mission has begun, occasionally a twist is thrown in into the plot to cause you to reassess your strategy in achieving the original mission.The weaponry is interesting as well and appropriate for the somewhat quasi-Steampunk turn-of-the-century dystrophic setting; crossbow, single-shot pistol, sword rather than the usual highly mechanized machine gun armament so prevalent in other FPS.The progression through the game is not strictly linear such as games like Half-Life, for example. Missions can be achieved through a variety of routes and, to some extent in varying order. Players are given the opportunity to remain in a sector to explore more or move on to the next section.I am very grateful that the game allows saving at any point during play; this as opposed to others I have played where the game establishes specific set-points without user input. I have often been frustrated having to repeat the same mission countless times over again because my character was killed before completing the mission. Dishonored allows you to save at any point in the game; very handy for those moments when you want to either travel down that path to the left or enter that door on the right try it both ways and come back to your save point. Or save just before you attempt that leap from a roof to a ledge, allowing you to reload until you figure out how not to splat on the pavement below.I know some people are very fixated on the quality of graphics. The visual environment in a game like Far Cry III is far richer than Dishonored , but then one is functioning in an animated environment. Still, while hiding behind a wall, I could track the movements of sentries by the shadows they cast on the walls.I was remarkably surprised by Dishonored and got several days worth of engaging game play. I found no technical glitches, lock-ups or any anomalies with it running on my computer. Highly recommended.5Great Combat, Not Enough ContentA very unique game, one that rewards you and punishes you for every decision that you make. I enjoyed playing through the game multiple times, trying to get that "silent assassin" achievement. Bethesda really hit the nail on the head with this game. However, everything has its flaws.Let's start with the amount of time that you will spend playing. To complete the game from start to finish without repeating anything is around five hours. FIVE. Replaying to not kill anyone in the game and get a different story outcome will take you considerably longer than five hours, but replaying the same stuff over again does not count. In my opinion, play time is counted when you are experiencing new events and areas in the game.Game mechanics are the meat of the platter here, from being able to summon swarms of rats to mind controlling living things. These abilities could also be used in combinations. For example, my favorite way to take out guards is to summon a swarm of rats, then attaching a wire mine on one of them. By mind controlling that rat and directing it to the group of guards you could take them all out in an instant. Once you use the ability "Blink", you will have more control over your movement, being able to teleport anywhere and everywhere. But once you climb the top of a house for the first time you will start to realize how terribly small and linear the game is. The feeling of being trapped in a bubble with no way out still nags at me whenever I play.The story is somewhat bland, there is almost no explanation of where your character came from, no explanation of where the Outsider came from, no explanation of why the Outsider looks like a teenage death metal fan that is homeless, and all three endings felt dissatisfying. I collected all the bits of information and took the time to read everything to get a sense of what the in-game world was like.I also experienced some bugs where Npcs would sometimes glitch through walls. My character would also glitch through something and you would hear a noise like someone rapidly hammering on a wall whenever you would get stuck. Using the Blink skill would get me out.Overall the game is worth it at this price if you want to experience the combat and the stealth mechanics of a Bethesda product, though drop this immediately if you like a good story. The game is way too short but is forgiven by the 12 dollar price-tag as of today.3Definitely worth the moneySo this will require steam. I don't know why people care about that. I'm running it fine on Windows 10, quad core 2.8 7700 laptop, 16 gb ram, 4gb video card. It's an ROG. No sweat there, 75+ frame rate, easy. As people are saying, the graphics aren't mind blowing, but I am ok with that. I'd take good gameplay and story over graphics any day of the week.The story is pretty decent. The gameplay is sick, not to hard, not to easy. The stealth, as people are saying, is really cool and nuanced. Ambushing enemies is fun too. My only complaint is, as an rpg, your role in the story is kind of separated. You are an assassin, you work alone. What about the people you rescue? They just trot off. What about the townspeople? Nothing really to say or do. Maybe that will change... I'd love a little more depth there. That being said, for 10 bucks? AWESOME.4Great Game! Something for everybody.Dishonored is a wonderful game, unlike Batman Arkham Origins which actually gave me carpal tunnel syndrome - terrible game with constant mouse clicking required to defeat bosses - couldn't go on my computer for almost two months. Fortunately I didn't pay $59 for the Batman game since I couldn't beat the SECOND boss and only got 19% of the way through it! I have never failed to complete a game before.I am an avid PC gamer so I couldn't wait to buy a game that would not cripple me - bought Dishonored and it is a blast. I'm 72 years old and this game has elements of every game I've played since Castle Wolfenstein (on the Mac in the early 80's).I'm now playing it through for the second time and intend to play it again since there are so many different ways you can play through the game - no violence by sneaking, possessing rats, fish and humans and using sneak, thief play through, and violent playthrough. Awesome.It uses the Unreal engine and has great acting, writing, and game play. Just a great combination of any game you've ever played over the years. It's just amazing that this great game only costs $4.99. Didn't even run into ANY game glitches. Go figure!5Buy it!What can be said about Dishonored? Well, for me, I played it back when it came out in 2012 and would have easily given it game of the year. I played it on the PS3 then, and while it was a wonderful game, the frame rate was uneven and the loading screens were noticeably long. When Dishonored 2 was announced at E3 2015, I decided to purchase a new copy of it for my PC. Me and my fiancee were both eager to replay it after three years. Below is how it went for us.If you are in for a quick recomendation of the game and you don't want to read the rest of the review, here is a summary. Magic, gore, creative story telling, stealth, action, high adventure. This game is a thrill ride you should not pass up on. Do yourself a favor and hit "Buy with one click" and get ready for Dishonored 2.Stealth - Her Playthrough.When we installed it on my PC, I let her have her go at it first. She went the stealth route, playing on normal. Silently sparing enemies and going through levels without being noticed was as intense and thrilling as ever, narrowly avoiding being caught by blinking away (The first ability you get in the game, Blink, is a short teleport that allows you to slip away instantly, really opening up the levels.) half a second before having an alarm set off. The stealth playthrough lasted ten hours for her, and she enjoyed every second of it.Combat - My Playthrough.A month or two later, I picked up the game on a weekend and decided to beat it on Very Hard, using all combat magic and killing every enemy I could find on my way to my goals. Playing this way changed the entire game. Now, instead of Metal Gear meets Assassin's Creed, it was Deus Ex: Human Revolution meets Witcher 3. In fact, the entire game is much like a smoother, faster version of Deus Ex in a steampunk world. Playing this way left me running through levels slicing off heads, turning people to ash and blowing up everything in my way. It was an intense blood-fest, with every hit feeling weighty and powerful. I beat the game this way in only six hours, clocking in about 17 hours in game on steam for two playthroughs and a bit of playing around.When all was said and done, I can easily recomend this to fans of Metal Gear Solid, Deus Ex, Assassin's Creed (namely the Ezio saga), and even fans of first person games in general. Published by Bethesda, the creators of The Elder Scrolls and Fallout franchises, and developed by Arkane Studios of Bioshock 2 fame, Dishonored is a game that you shouldn't pass up on.At around eight dollars on Amazon, with a Definitive Edition on the PS4 and Dishonored 2 right around the corner, there has never been a better time to play it.5
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