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Gaming Backlog Final Thoughts - Dishonored 2

Check out my previous Final Thoughts for Rogues’ Adventures. Keep up with my adventures in backlog gaming via the Facebook group.

Rogues’ Adventures Season Eight… 1,250 more words

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Dishonored 2 Early Impressions - a bloody romp through a flimsy narrative

I’ll come clean: I wasn’t the biggest fan of the first Dishonored. After playing through a good few missions of the first game, I came to the unfortunate conclusion that, despite understanding why it was so well-received, it simply wasn’t for me. 1,263 more words

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Prey's Demo is Coming Later This Month

Today, our friends at Bethesda has announced that Prey will be receiving a free demo coming to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later this month. How can you obtain the demo? 213 more words

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Games to Get Excited About: May 2017

I love FPS games, multiplayer and solo.  It’s a hard tossup between them and RPGs for my favorite type of game.  This means I have to be picky in the games I choose because I have neither the time, nor the money, to get all the games I would like.   986 more words

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Dishonored 2 Review

I really loved the original game, and I’d been interested in a sequel to Dishonored for quite sometime. At last we’ve got one, so what did I think of the game? 852 more words

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Dishonored 2 - Review

Dishonored somewhat broke the mould upon release back in 2012, flying in the face of AAA games that increasingly value visual spectacle over gameplay. With its lack of set pieces and Hollywood-esque theatrics, Arkane’s stealth action series scaled things back and focused on crafting a game that was simple in concept yet clever in design and massively capitalised on what is a game’s unique and defining quality – the freedom for the player to experiment and craft their own experience. 1,219 more words

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Dishonored 2 Review

by Jake Frisch (Twitter: @jakefrisch12)

Dishonored 2 is without question one of the great games released in 2016. Arkane Studio’s highly anticipated sequel to 2012’s “Dishonored” hits on all cylinders, bringing players more of what they loved about the original, while also adding new mechanics to keep things fresh. 2,128 more words

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