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Overall 8
8.0

Dishonored: Knife of Dunwall

Destructoid
2 September 2013
  • Summary: Crouching on the rooftop of a dilapidated building in the whale oil-fuelled Victorian dystopia of Dunwall, I felt like I had never left. I'd cleared the name of Corvo Attano, saved a child who would become an Empress, and freed a city from the clutches of mad men and despots, but here I was again, leaping from ledges, slitting throats, and doing the work of the Outsider. The Knife of Dunwall is neither a revolution or a reinvention -- it is simply more Dishonored .
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Overall 8
8.0

Old Blood | Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall DLC Review

New Gamer Nation
16 May 2013
  • Conclusion: Ultimately, Knife of Dunwall is best captured by that early visit with the Outsider. Familiar, dark, exciting, and safe. It might sound blasphemous, but December’s challenge DLC, Dunwall City Trials , i\wass actually more refreshing than this, if only because it dispensed with any notion of story, character, or dialogue to take an inventive look at Dishonored’s biggest strength: the mechanics.
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Overall 9
8.5

Expert Review

GameSpot
22 April 2013
  • Summary: Daud. If you've beaten Dishonored , the very name drips with foreboding. This leader of assassins and fellow favorite of the Outsider proved to be one of Corvo's most formidable foes, and in The Knife of Dunwall downloadable content, you step into his sneaky, stabby boots. He can maneuver and murder with the same stealthy grace and brutal panache as Corvo, but he has a few new tricks that freshen things up and encourage experimentation.
  • Pros: Great tweak to the blink ability, New areas are rich with secrets and goodies, Daud is gruffly appealing, Lethal and nonlethal play styles are both very rewarding
  • Cons: N/A
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Overall 8
8.4
Gameplay 8
8.0
Funfactor 9
9.0

Dishonored: The Knife of Dunwall

Digital Chumps
21 April 2013
  • Conclusion: The Knife of Dunwall grabs hold of one of Dishonored’s more provocative threads and handles it with impressive respect and grace. In a perfect world this would lead countless one-off stories indulging in Dishonored’s intricate universe, but as a single piece of content its best viewed as a glimpse of its lingering potential. The Knife of Dunwall keeps Dishonored’s spirit right place, it’s just not finished yet.
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Overall 7
7.4
Looks 6
5.5

Dishonored

ablegamers.com
13 January 2013
  • Excerpt: Life is full of choices, but virtually all of the decisions we make every day are depressingly inconsequential. Shall I have tea or coffee with breakfast? Shall I wear grey or black socks today? Games, however, rarely include much choice, and when they do it tends to be big, important-sounding decisions. Good or evil? Execute or subdue? Save or harvest?
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Overall 7
7.4
Looks 6
5.5

Dishonored

ablegamers.com
13 January 2013
  • Excerpt: Life is full of choices, but virtually all of the decisions we make every day are depressingly inconsequential. Shall I have tea or coffee with breakfast? Shall I wear grey or black socks today? Games, however, rarely include much choice, and when they do it tends to be big, important-sounding decisions. Good or evil? Execute or subdue? Save or harvest?
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Overall 7
7.0
Gameplay 7
7.0
Graphics 7
7.0
Sound 7
7.0

Dishonored – Review (PlayStation 3)

Gametactics
21 December 2012
  • Conclusion: I expect the inevitable sequel to be stellar, but there’s no reason to play this game unless you love the genre, setting, or art.
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Overall 8
8.0

Dishonored Review

GamerNode
13 December 2012
  • Summary: Dishonored, despite being a game about stealth, makes it tempting to throw caution to the wind. Perhaps it’s telling that this approach is both the most fun and the most damning.
  • Pros: Amusing and empowering interplay between powers, Moment-to-moment play choices, An eclectic world
  • Cons: Disappointing story, Stealth can become tedious, Minor visual bugs
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Overall 8
8.0

Dishonored (PS3)

EL33TONLINE
4 November 2012
  • Excerpt: Under the murk of a veiled moon, I slipped through the gloom of Dunwall city and darted into a back alley. I made quick work of the pipes and ledges that lead me to the top of a factory billowing thick, black smoke from its spires. After rapidly Blinking from the clattering rooftop to a crooked sign to an overworked lamppost, before leaping up to a balcony and sidling up to a grand windowed doorway, I spotted my target through the spotless glass: A vulgar oaf of a man,...
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Overall 8
8.0

Review: Dishonored - The Brigmore Witches

CVG
16 August 2013
  • Summary: Coldridge Prison hasn't been the same since Corvo broke out at the beginning of Dishonored. Security has tightened dramatically, and the guards who were on watch during his escape are being summarily executed in the courtyard. The Brigmore Witches continues the story of assassin Daud that begun in The Knife of Dunwall, and his first task is busting a smuggler, Lizzy Stride, out of her cell.
  • Pros: Fantastic level design, Lots of optional content for completists
  • Cons: Reuses some assets from the main game, Could be our last trip to Dunwall
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