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Dishonored- PS3

alaTest has collected and analyzed 35 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the action and reliability are overall positive. The design and gameplay also get good reviews. There are some mixed reviews about the usability. Many are less positive about the AI and graphics.

story, gameplay, design, reliability, action

graphics, AI

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dishonored- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 93/100 = Excellent quality.

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(Based on 35 reviews)

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Dishonored

 

One of the frustrating aspects to many story-driven games is just how linear they are in gameplay terms. From FPS titles like Call of Duty to more open-world affairs like Dead Island, the player is given a set of instructions and controls and told to...

Corvo may not speak throughout the game but he is probably one of the most engaging videogame characters in recent years, because his decisions and burdens are effectively yours.

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Dishonored Review

 

What do you get when you combine the gameplay freedom of an open-world RPG with a more linear adventure complete with a decent story, gripping atmosphere, and fantastic character performances? Answer— One of my favorite games of the generation thus...

The Ugly: “…I love the game but I’m almost waiting for the other shoe to drop…the PS3 version better be as reliable as I think.”

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Dishonored Review

 

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...

Despite my non-lethal stance rewiring a Tesla Coil-alike Arc Pylon and watching it fry City Watch guards to ashes was incredibly satisfying. I’d reload afterwards of course and just pull the plug out instead.

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Dishonored Review: Taken by Surprise

 

Arkane Studios' latest removes the hassle from stealth games for one elegant experience.

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Dishonored Review

 

Open-ended gameplay, a memorable world and incredible aesthetics make Dishonored one of the year's most refreshing experiences.

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Dishonored Review

 

Dishonored's engrossing world and intoxicating interplay of supernatural powers make it a game you'll want to play more than once.

Great suite of abilities encourages creativity ; Spacious environments riddled with pathways and secrets ; Lovely design brings the city to life ; Superbly voiced cast of interesting characters

Figuring out how to move through the environments is an enjoyable pursuit, and one of the first powers you get allows you to teleport a short distance. The quick pop and blurry whoosh of this power provides a nice audiovisual accompaniment to the...

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Dishonored Review

 

Be my guest of honor.

Swift transition between action and stealth; ...and magic too; Challenging, even on easy; Arresting art direction; Level design supports plenty of options; Rich dialogue, great voice-acting

Some polishing issues; Ending is a tad brief

Innovation in video games is coveted by many but rarely achieved—Dishonored has this in spades. It may not be perfect, but what Arkane Studios accomplishes is astounding for a debut of an original IP. Its memorable characters, striking game world, and...

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Dishonored Review

 

Bethesda and Arkane deliver on every front with their new IP. Our full review inside.

World is a playground ; Supernatural powers ; Controls are smooth ; Interesting world

Corvo never fleshed out ; Engine woes and glitches

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Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall DLC review: Mostly brilliant

 

The whales are the stars of The Knife of Dunwall, Dishonored's first story-led DLC. As Corvo we'd catch glimpses of them in the distance, strung up on huge ships; here, playing as master assassin Daud, we finally see the great beasts up close - and...

Two great missions ; Fun new powers and gadgets

One not-so-great one

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