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Dishonored review for PS3, Xbox 360

Dishonored delivers on exceptional stealth focused gameplay, offering up a unique take on a sub-genre of first person gaming that doesn’t get enough love on consoles.

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Immerse yourself in the second Dishonored developer documentary

‘Immersion’, the latest video doc from Arkane Studios, highlights the creativity involved in building the game world and characters – from the setting and technology, to the voice work.

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Creatively assassinate your enemies in the latest Dishonored gameplay trailer

Bethesda and Arkane Studios sent over a brand new trailer showing off the creative kills possible in the game thanks to gadgets, weapons and supernatural abilities of your characters.

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Make a daring escape and check out the latest Dishonored gameplay trailer

With Dishonored scheduled for an October 9th release, we still have a while to wait before we get to creatively and stylishly assassinate some bad guys. Sooo… here’s a new gameplay trailer to hopefully keep the hype going.

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Dishonored to creatively assassinate on October 9th, 2012

Bethesda today announced that Dishonored, their Arkane Studio-developed, unique “supernatural assassin” action title finally has an official release date. New screens and box shots also.

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Honorable new Dishonored screens

Dishonored is looking ridiculously cool so far, with style, interesting concepts and immersive FPS gameplay to spare. Bethesda this morning sent over a selection of new screens showing off various settings within the game.

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Creatively eliminate your foes in the Dishonored debut trailer

Dishonored is looking more and more like a mash-up of Assassin’s Creed, Hitman and BioShock, and the new trailer offered up by Bethesda and Arkane Studios off the unique style pretty effectively. Take a look.

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Creatively eliminate your foes in the latest Dishonored screens

Dishonored is looking more and more like a mash-up of Assassin’s Creed, Hitman and BioShock, and the latest batch of screens offered up by Bethesda and Arkane Studios shows off the unique style pretty effectively.

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