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- Mar 12, 2012
In Dishonored, you play a supernatural assassin capable of sneaky stealth takedowns, animal possession, and balls-to-the-wall destructive carnage. Which will you choose?
@jamesbigmac Oh! come on! I'm sure you're not THAT stupid as to deform everything I say. Let's say you're playing a maniac that could kill or do anything to his victims... it would be really childish not to consider certain "sideplays" that could happen if that specific character stumbles across a prostitute... no? This is what I call "possible reality" and I think games should implement this aspect of life.
Very glad that its corporeal possession. I've played games where it has been opposite, so you are still bound to the weakness and vulnerability of your body. this definitely improves the experience.
Luminoustimez2... I really think that, at an age of 32, and having 2 kids myself I couldn't care less about what my parents think about my gaming tastes. People, stop thinking only little boys play these games. I'm just fond of ultra-realism in my games and the sex part of it is yet to be explored. And Heck! sex is a natural part of life. How come you can obliterate everyone, have drug, commit crimes but can never have contemptuous sex in a video game? What is more reprehensible in real life? Having sex or killing the s*** out of everyone?
@pllariviere You some kinda video game pervert or something? It's a little bit off that you need a game to have sex in... would your parents approve?
This game has some real potential... or so it seems. I just hope it will be fully "adult" and let you FULLY interact with prostitutes or even anyone in the game for all I care. I just hope it won't be like in Skyrim where you can marry anything... and just can't consume that marriage. BUT if you're insane enough you can kill that spouse/husband of yours any way you like it. Just seems unbalanced to me.
The dark, hyper-stylized textures along with the classical, moving soundtrack is extremely interesting. I can't help but think of similarities to some gruesome and twisted piece of Edgar Allen Poe macabre. It's so refreshing to have developers create a sinister world of ultra-violence counterbalanced by complex social status hierarchies, while allowing the player to discover the grotesque underbelly of 1940's steampunk London. First stop? The house of burlesque of course.
When i first heard the song at the beginning, i thought im watching max payne videos. anyway, interesting idea, but im still prefer a third-person stealth game over first-person. hope this game will change my mind.
A FPS game with stealth and a really nice setting. If they deliver on the stealth and on all the mechanichs they talked in this video it's definitely a good purchase.
It has a similar feel and art design to Bioshock. Not just the steam punk aspect, but the whole look of things. I am excited for this game I hope they really make it look good on PC and not just porting it over as an after thought.
Seems like a combination of Thief, Deus Ex, and Half Life 2. And that seems like a successful one to me.
Sounds ambitious. I like it. So far the game mechanics seem interesting enough, like the music, and level & art design. And this studio made Arx Fatalis, which was great, and Dark Messiah, which was...alright. Let's see how this develops...
To know that their are members from Thief dev team and the level designer (I believe) from Half-Life 2, well this looks awesome. I am hoping the first person combat is exciting, however, and from the looks of it though it reminds me of some other games, it still seems to have its own identity. Having a good story (which isn't prominent in the game industry most of the time) would be a huge bonus! I'm hoping it turns out really good - and not just in theory ;)
I like the idea, but don't you guys find it unsettling that during the entire video they only showed gameplay of characters pacing around in the city. All the action sequences were screen shots. I hope the combat ideas translate well into gameplay