• Dishonored
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  • Smog-thick atmosphere.
  • Masses of replay value.
  • Wide selection of choices.


  • Stilted voicework and animation.
  • Occasional AI and physics glitches.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Overclockers Club on

Is Dishonored a game still worth playing, or can it be left in the past? As much as I have criticized it, it is an enjoyable game and is still worth playing. The story is good and its action-adventure gameplay is also of good quality. It does lack some...

By Maximum PC on 90

Dishonored is a refreshingly stealthy change of pace in a first-person-shooter market crowded with Call of Battlefield-type games that seem like they were produced by Michael Bay. Don’t get us wrong—we love blowing stuff up, and we love killing...

By Computeractive on

The computer games industry loves its sequels and it's not hard to see why; they're almost guaranteed crowd pleasers that are also cheaper and easier to produce. However, every so often a brand new original title will appear out of nowhere and take...

By Expert Reviews on 100

A dark and beautiful mix of stealth, action and storytelling...

By Strategy Informer on 90

Many people these days don’t know the name “Looking Glass Studios”. Hell, even at their peak they weren’t that famous, hence why they went under. Maybe you’d do better with the names “Irrational Games”, “Thief”, “Warren Spector”, “System Shock”, “Ken...

By Realm of Gaming on 90

PCImagine if the game Thief had a protagonist more suited for Bioshock and you get Dishonored. Dishonored is a game by Bethsheda in which players take the role of Corvo Attano, the bodyguard of the late Empress of Dunwall. Imprisoned and accused of...

By PC Mag on 90

Dishonored stands as the best Victorian whale oilpunk spiritual successor to Deus Ex to date, and is an excellent game no matter what your tastes might be.

By eTeknix on

This week I have been spending time with Dishonored, the latest game from Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. Arkane have been around since 1999 and are known for their work on the design, animation and art of the very successful BioShock...

By New Game Network on 88

Dishonored breathes life into the stealth genre while offering loads of gameplay alternatives in one of the best original video game settings in...

By VR-Zone on 80

The PC version of this game was used in the review] Dishonored is the latest first person action adventure game by Bethesda. It accomplishes a lot of things, and does so very well, but one cannot help feeling the game has some identity confusion....

By gizmag.com on

Let's start with the punchline: Dishonored is a great game. Despite the occasional misstep, Arkane Studio's latest is an atmospheric, entertaining and well-crafted assassination sim that does something that's becoming increasingly rare in video games:...

By PC Gamer on

123Next » I think I can jump onto another light fitting from here. I’m wrong. I slip, fall, and land inches behind a gold-masked Overseer looking out of the fifth-story window. I only have a split second headstart in getting over our mutual surprise...

By theregister.co.uk on

Complex, thought-provoking and inventive, Dishonored is perhaps the ultimate gamer's game: the kind of title we point at when those dismissive of the industry sneer. A couple of glitches, such as occasional screen tearing and the odd bug, fade into...

By gamrReview on 91

To summarise, it’s enormously enjoyable while it lasts, and you won’t have a single complaint to make whilst you’re actually playing. But looking back, you see just how much better it could have been: the gameplay of Dishonored...

By Pocket-lint on 90

The incredible quality of Dishonored may come as a surprise to many, but it is soon to be entered into the pantheon of great games and titles that are bandied around as fine examples of the genre. It combines FPS action with role-playing elements and...

By brisbanetimes.com.au on 85

Dishonored." src="/content/dam/images/2/7/0/u/b/image.related.articleLeadwide.620x349.27gvj.png">A screenshot of Dishonored.RRP: $88 ($68 on PC)Platform(s): Xbox 360, PS3 and PCClassification: MA15+Reviewed on: Xbox 360Rating: 8.5/10It's refreshing to...

By MailOnline on 80

However, these are relatively small gripes in a game that just misses out on classic status, offering some of the best stealth-action gaming in decades.

By TrustedReviews on 90

It’s a game full of choices where those choices seem to matter, packed with interesting tools, and set in a world the likes of which you’ve never seen before.

By Cheat Code Central on 100

What do you do with a drunken whaler? The question posed in Dishonored's version of the classic sea chantey could prove relevant should said whaler be guarding an important doorway. Do you use your blink power to traverse from the balcony across the...

By Joystiq on

What makes Dishonored great are the mechanics made possible by the universe in which it exists. There is a level of replayability and creativity available here that isn't seen in most stealth action games.