Players of Dishonored — probably my favorite game of 2012 — may remember an assassin named Daud, a character who made a strong impression and wielded the same supernatural abilities as the heroic Corvo. Now Daud’s starring in his own DLC episode and looking for redemption.
One of my favorite games of the year, Dishonored, is getting at least three add-on packs over the coming months. Here’s what we know.
Dishonored is almost here, kids. Arkane is making good and sure you don’t forget that, with this clever, “Choose Your Own Adventure” style interactive trailer.
I have a problem. I’m obsessed with Dishonored. I know it’s not healthy, but I can’t help it. This game looks like a gloriously ingenious play experience.
Arkane Studios has been sitting on a heck of a secret for some time now, but in honor of QuakeCon, they’ve finally announced the incredible voice cast of Dishonored.
Couldn’t go to E3? Arkane Studios feels your pain. So they’ve posted their behind-closed-doors demos of Dishonored online, and when you watch, you’ll know why the game is getting so much buzz.
And now for the news that no one is waiting for: Bethesda’s id Software is re-releasing Doom 3 in a special “BFG Edition” this Fall, which includes re-mastered content and seven new levels.
Game Informer has just unveiled their June cover story, and it’s one of their biggest exclusives ever: the announcement of The Elder Scrolls Online. The Tamriel-set MMO has been rumored to exist for ages, but today it became official.
The rumors have gotten louder and louder over the last month. “Has Prey 2 been cancelled?” Bethesda refused to comment on the rumors in all that time, but today they’ve finally spoken out. There’s good news and bad news. UPDATED 4.20.12.
Are you a fan of animated game trailers? They’re like short films, with big-budget, high-quality, all CGI visuals that present zero game footage but show off the tone and story of the game? Dishonored‘s new one might just knock your socks off.