Dishonored 2, the sequel to one of the best games of last generation, will be out on November 11 everywhere, Bethesda said today. It’ll be out for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
When it comes to engrossing the player into an interactive game world, the choice of perspective can have a massive impact on how gamers experience the various scenarios they find themselves in. Perspective serves as the graphical gateway into the virtual environment that players shall be exploring and shapes the way…
We’ve seen some top-shelf Dishonored cosplay on this site before, but it—and most other cosplay like it—tends to focus on the game’s main characters. People with expensive uniforms and high collars. Nobody ever spares a thought for the game’s less upstanding denizens.
Cedric Peyravernay is a French artist who has worked on games like Dishonored (indeed, we featured some of his paintings from that game a few years back).
Team Fortress 2’s loooooooong-awaited alien-themed “Invasion” update is finally out, and it’s all about aliens and, er, Dishonored. Yes, the Bethesda stealth game.
One of the most enduring things about Dishonored is Viktor Antonov’s art direction, leaving us with a game that’s somewhere between a grim Victorian painting and a 21st-century cartoon. It’s tough getting that across in cosplay, but hoo boy, these guys have nailed it.
At PAX Prime in Seattle, Bethesda’s set up a nice little collection of booths; there’s one for each of the big games they’re showing here. The Dishonored booth stands out as an unusually posh exhibit on an otherwise crowded and jumbled show floor.
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,…
So Batman: Arkham Knight on PC is kinda... not great. Having waited in desperate anticipation for months, you’re probably feeling pent up—like you need to don bat pajamas and fall to your knees in the cold night, weeping. But wait, there are other options.
True story: my initial reaction to the Dishonored 2 reveal last week was, embarrassingly, ‘who is Emily?’ I had apparently forgotten a good chunk of Dishonored since its release in 2012. So, here’s me freshing up on the game before the sequel comes out.
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…
Dishonored is getting a remake for PS4 and Xbox One, Bethesda just announced. It’s called Dishonored: Definitive Edition and it’ll be out this fall.
Can’t watch the stream that’ll be showing new looks at Fallout 4, the next Doom and—very probably—Dishonored 2? Don’t worry, we’ll be talking about it all right here. Join us, won’t you?
An accidental open mic broadcasting live to Bethesda’s Twitch stream picked up a discussion about Dishonored 2 being presented during the company’s E3 press conference. Ooops.
There are few things in video games as hypnotic as watching a very good Dishonored player go about their business.
Sorry! This isn't an actual Paris apartment. But dang, it sure looks nice.
Fifty quid says Queen Victoria is a Templar. Empress of India seems like a Templar-y thing to be, and the history books have it that at least eight people tried to off her. I’m placing another twenty on Jack the Ripper turning out to be at once a nice guy and a flawlessly animated woman.
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