Tagged: Dishonored 2 Xbox One

Welcome back to the Empire of the Isles, some fifteen years after the events of 2012’s Dishonored unfolded, when protagonist Corvo Attano fought his way through throngs of flat-faced enemies to save the slain empress’ daughter, Emily Kaldwin. Dishonored 2 opens with Emily as the Empress of the Isles – but Emily’s an altogether more formidable ruler than her mother. Over the last fifteen years, Corvo’s trained Emily to protect herself from assassins. Rapidly, though, the familiar themes of treachery and betrayal raise their heads, and Emily and Corvo find themselves on the run and having to clear their names. ... Read More »
I absolutely love Dishonored. I spent hours in the dark, industrial world infested with as much corruption as there are rats. I played the low chaos route, where the biggest difference story-wise was that I got the happy ending. I also chose to send my targets away to the silver mines or on a boat with a stalker (Let's face it, that's exactly what he was.) because it was much more satisfying to watch. I'm ashamed to say that I haven't picked it up again since, but I did pick up the xbox one version recently! Now I'll play through all the ... Read More »
During the end of the Bethesda E3 press conference, They revealed a new gameplay trailer for Dishonored 2 and it looks very special as you'll see from the trailer below. Dishonored 2 will explore Karnaca and stars two characters — Corvo Attano and Emily Kaldwin, They also revealed a 'Collector's Edition' Celebrate Emily and Corvo w/ #Dishonored2's Collector's Edition feat.Corvo's mask replica and Emily's ring pic.twitter.com/yFC0njzNgG — Bethesda Softworks (@bethesda) June 13, 2016 If you have't played Dishonored yet and not sure what it's all about we would suggest picking up the first one currently available on Xbox One, But ... Read More »

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