Dishonored Review

  • Platform: PS3, Xbox 360, PC
  • Developer: Arkane Studios
  • Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
  • Release Date: October 9, 2012
  • Price: $59.99
  • Official: Dishonored

“Exciting new series, or missed opportunity?”

Disappointment, that is what Corvo Attano faces in the early parts of Dishonored. Betrayed, framed and imprisoned Corvo is left to rot, left with only thoughts of anger, regret and revenge swimming within his mind. While playing through Dishonored I too felt these emotions, and had similar thoughts. Only unlike Corvo, they weren’t towards the enemies that had ruined his life, no, they were directed at the game itself, a game which on paper sounds wonderful, but in execution, is just as plague infested as the city it is set.  Don’t worry Corvo, I feel just as much disappointment as you do.

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10 Most Overlooked Games of 2012

-10 Most Overlooked Games of 2012-

Every year see’s the release of hundreds of games for any number of platforms; big or small. There are the huge ambitious blockbusters from acclaimed studios, titles such as Assassins Creed and Halo, that light up the charts selling millions of copies to their rabid fans worldwide. Then there are titles from smaller studios, games that don’t have the backing or support from publishers such as Electronic Arts or Activision, or if they do, they don’t have the marketing push to get the game out to consumers. There are thousands of passionate developers out there that do what they can to release a title they are proud of; but unfortunately, too many of them go unnoticed by the mass market. 2012 was no different, with the majority of the big releases coming out around the holiday season, the months leading up to the big push can hide some quality unseen gems. Listed below are ten games that deserve a second look by gamers.

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