2012 was full of surprises. If you asked me twelve months ago to guess my top five games of this year, the list would've looked something like this: Grand Theft Auto V, Mass Effect 3, BioShock Infinite, The Last of Us and Tomb Raider. In the end, four of those games weren't even released.
Today Arkane Studios released Dunwall City Trials, the first DLC pack for the assassination game Dishonored. The City Trials will test your platforming, stealth and combat skills.
With Dishonored’s first DLC pack, Dunwall City Trials, dropping in next week, it’s only appropriate that developer Bethesda give gamers a brief taste of what they can expect from the new content, which promises to push players’ stealth and combat prowess to the limit. And, thus, a new gameplay trailer was born.
Dishonored has been on the market for a while now and, let’s face it; you’re probably itching for something new to stab in the face at this point. While we already knew that developer Arkane Studios was working on the game’s first batch of DLC, Dunwall City Trials, publisher Bethesda has now confirmed that said DLC will be available on Dec. 11.
Corvo, the lead character for Dishonored, was silent save for a few text-based dialogue choices. During the game's development, though, Arkane Studios considered giving him more of a tangible personality. They decided against it because of the game's non-linear structure.
Bethesda made the morning of sneaky-stabby gamers everywhere this morning with their latest blog post. While some developers like to be cryptic or fall back on hyperbole when it comes to such announcements, Bethesda decided to keep things nice and simple, saying: “More Dishonored content on the way.”
This week Arkane Studios released their stealth action game Dishonored to rave reviews. In spite of the critical acclaim, designer Harvey Smith would be happy if there's only one game. That might not be a bad idea.
This is not a salve to soothe the Assassin’s Creed wait. Dishonored is its own unique game, one that is clever and fun most of the time, but is far more reminiscent of the Thief series.
Arkane Studios and Bethesda Softworks released first-person action game Dishonored today. In Dishonored, players become a supernatural assassin on a quest for revenge.
Dishonored will make its debut Tuesday and the embargo on reviews will end tomorrow. However, a couple early reviews have already gone live and they suggest this assassination game might be the sleeper hit of this holiday season.
Bethesda has created an interactive preview for Dishonored. This choose-your-own-adventure style video lets you step into the shoes of supernatural assassin Corvo.
Arkane Studios has officially completed development of their assassination game Dishonored. The game, Arkane's first since being bought by Bethesda parent ZeniMax Media, will be available worldwide in multiple languages on the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC within two weeks.
Today the final episode of Tales of Dunwall arrived. This last episode of the Dishonored-inspired animated series shows the origin of a very familiar mask.
During last night's episode of Face Off on SyFy, Bethesda aired a new commercial for their upcoming title Dishonored. The short ad quickly introduces the story and gameplay of the assassination game.
Arkane Studios has released the second installment of Tales from Dunwall today. This animated short gives us our first glimpse at the Outsider, an important character in the assassination game Dishonored.