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- Mar 6, 2013
We caught up with members of the Dishonored Development team at the BAFTA Games Awards.
Let us all pray that it's not too much like dishonoured in terms of not being as optimised as it could have been for PC and instead dumbed down for consoles. The ideal option would to be waiting out for the new consoles to be released so as the game will better make use of modern CPUs and GPUs (that support directX11).
If they are going to limit Thief4 to the new systems they are making a big mistake. If it works on the 360 I will definitely be on board. I played the others Deadly Shadows was my fav.
@1947gamer Deadly Shadows was you favorite??
@1947gamerthey're making the right decision, cause next-gen hardware has more video memory, therefore Thief 4 will have really vast levels like Thief 1 and 2.
Thief: Deadly Shadows is one of my all-time favorite games. I'm hoping this new one doesn't disappoint.
I was amazed when you use the heart on Dishonored, the voice of the woman and how she tells you aspects of a particular person. For me that was a super cool idea on a game.
To those replying that this game was amazing and other bullshit like that.
This game was the worst game ive ever played.I couldnt play it more than one hour because it was just horrible.
If you think that this game was so great you either havent played any real game yet or you are just naive playing anything the reviewers say it's worth it.
This game was overhyped by gamespot and when you played it you thought it was great.
To me this game is a 5
@Seifer24 What ? A "Real" game like Black Ops 2 that you scored a 9, but scored Starcraft 2 a 7.5 and Borderlands 2 a 7. Really ?! Fair enough, you don't like the game, but calling people naive for agreeing with the reviewers just makes you look like a spiteful little child. Personally, after playing Dishonored, I thought the game warranted a score of 9. Great level design, good story, ACTUAL STEALTH and discovering non-lethal methods to complete your objectives. I also liked the fact that you're encouraged to play stealthy & non-lethally, but I suppose being a Black Ops fan the game didn't have enough "Shooty, Shooty, Bang, Bang" elements for you, or a tacked-on multiplayer. Maybe that'll be in the sequel, but I doubt it. There's a reason it won so many awards: Most people thought it was great.
@Seifer24 Calling other people naive for liking a game... that's got to be the most naive thing I've heard all day.
funny coming from someone who gives 9.0 to black ops 2 and you talk about never played a game. Maybe you are only a silly 14 old boy or just stupid.
@Seifer24 Agreed. I'm happy to see that I am not alone. Dishonored was only 10-12 hours long on the hardest difficulty plus all the side missions and main missions the non-lethal way. I also got all the collectibles as well. The story was cheesy as f**k and there were barely any good overall animation to the game. The upgrade mechanism didn't make sense. You just need to buy that time-freezing ability and blink at the beginning and then you can go anywhere and do anything without getting caught. Another issue was that the game had no challenge in it. Blink here, blink there and the mission is over in 5mins with no trouble.
@Seifer24 Well it did a lot of things that other games of the year didn't do, and that was being original. I'm tired of seeing all of these sequels and refurbished garbage every year. It's good to see a fresh and new idea once in a while. And don't try and say it is just a remake of some older game that was wayyyy better. It was its own game, with its own art style, story, gameplay, and mechanics.
@Seifer24 Are you for real?
@Seifer24 Disagree. I really enjoyed the game from the moment I started playing until the end. I thought the art style was fantastic and the world felt alive. I loved how you didn't have to kill anyone but yet they still made a fun and varied combat system. Even the story kept my interest due to the already mentioned art design and on point voice acting.
@rasputin177 @Seifer24 Completely agree with you. And one more thing. While Thief is heavily based in trial and error, Dishonored manages to overcome this issue. What I mean: In Thief if an infiltration goes wrong due to a few guards noticing you for example, there are very few things you can do to save the day. In Dishonored you still have a chance to survive the situation.
@ADO300 I would say third. After ME3 and Dragons Dogma. Three great games in a rather weak year in gaming.
congratualations .. thanks for a great game. I hope you continue to make more.
Thief or Dishonored.
we want more games, which give freedom to players
and the same year as Assassins creed 3 .. which was good, but dishonored was better.
i love mysticsm/supernatural in games.,
You all earned the award....and then some. Also I doubt anyone that has played Thief is surprised the Dishonored devs are big fans <3. Please make more games.
@DeadLight2080 well...they are the devs so i'm guessing they messed around and did that