Sometimes I think a golden age of DLC was kicked off by The Ballad of Gay Tony for Grand Theft Auto IV. Minerva’s Den for BioShock 2, Freedom Cry for Assassin’s Creed IV, Left Behind for The Last of Us, and maybe even Burial at Sea for BioShock Infinite were all expansions that matched, or even exceeded in some ways,…
It is such a joy to watch one of the best Dishonored players in the world perform incredible feats of murder.
We knew it was coming, but still, it was nice to see a trailer: there’s a second Dishonored, and this one has you playing as two characters, both of whom appeared in the first game. One is Corvo, who we’re all familiar with. The other is Emily Kaldwin, the Princess orphaned in the intro to Dishonored. Who as you can…
It all comes to a head August 13, when the final downloadable content for Dishonored hits the PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360. Picking up where The Knife of Dunwall DLC left off, Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches continues the adventure of legendary assassin Daud, as he hunts down a coven of powerful witches and…
We hope your mother has enjoyed her Mother's Day so far, and if you're a mother, that you have as well. In the spirit of the day, Bethesda offers this video of one of Dishonored's developers explaining to his mom what he does for a living.
Dishonored’s Knife of Dunwall DLC—due out next week—puts you in the boots of the hit game’s stealthy bad guy. See how Daud differs from Corvo in the video above.
We haven't talked a lot about Dishonored since it came out last October, which is really too bad, because I think Dishonored is a fantastic game.
I've played through the beginning of Arkane Studio's Dishonored at least a half-dozen times, each time dreading the moment the killers make their move. Launching worldwide on April 16, Dishonored's second helping of downloadable content puts the assassin's dagger in players' hands. Can The Knife of Dunwall be redeemed?
Maybe you've already finished Arkane Studios' critically acclaimed stealth/action hybrid. Maybe you yearn for more blinking, possession and sneaky killing through Dunwall's cobblestone streets. This December, you'll get your wish as challenge-based and story-centric DLC starts rolling out for Dishonored.
As Kirk and Jason noted last week, Dishonored is in many ways an "old-timey" classic, but there's more to that idea than just its design. Because it's a singleplayer game, with no ladderboards or auction houses, you can install "trainers" for the game that let you cheat.
As you'd know if you were reading Fine Art last week, Dishonored was originally intended to be a game set in 17th century London, rather than the whalepunk fictional universe it ended up creating for itself.
Dishonored isn't available until tomorrow, but reviews for the stealth-action title appeared far and wide today. Reviewers seemed mixed over whether the story writers were too busy hiding in shadows to pay attention to the tale's conclusion, but seem unanimously agreed on one thing. Stepping into the shoes of an…
I would love to have been a fly on the wall during the pitch meeting for Dishonored. "Well, it's Deus Ex meets BioShock," someone undoubtedly said. "Oh hey, and let's throw in some Half-Life 2 'cause why not?"
Dying to play Dishonored? This interactive trailer isn't the game, but it might tide you over until Tuesday.
Evidently playtesters of Dishonored took the game a little too literally the first go around, requiring developer Arkane Studios to do a little bit of handholding to get them to complete the missions.
The plague-infested streets and alleys of Dishonored's industrial city of Dunwall are rather dark and shadowy, but without proper use of stealth techniques one might as well be stomping through them on mechanical legs.
I have never played Dishonored. The entirety of my exposure to it has been articles posted on Kotaku. I it places an emphasis on stealth, which I generally avoid. I also know that, should I play it, I will be treated to magnificent sights such as this one, and that's more than enough to get me to creep silently across…
Improvisation is a word normally associated with jazz and comedy. You are presented with a situation, it changes, and you adapt. You start out with a key and a tempo or an audience suggestion and a scene but you end up with something different by the end through key changes, an unexpected turn of phrase, or that one…
Hit Girl from Kick Ass. Roger Sterling from Mad Men. Louise from Thelma and Louise. Princess frikkin' Leia.