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Dishonored DLC Double Pack £2.00 @ Game

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Includes Dunwall city trials, and The knife of dunwall. Would cost £10 full price on steam. About £6 from a third party seller on Amazon. Great for if you have the game, but never bought the GOTY edit… Read More
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Includes Dunwall city trials, and The knife of dunwall. Would cost £10 full price on steam. About £6 from a third party seller on Amazon. Great for if you have the game, but never bought the GOTY edition.

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#1
Shame it isnt the witches dlc as well and not the usless trials one. Good price though but styill waiting on goty to come down real cheap as i already own the game.
#2
This digital or hard copy.
#3
Daytrader
This digital or hard copy.
looks like hard, DVDrom
#4
either of these any good? I completed the base game doing a no kill, no spotted run and that took so long I'm not sure I can face going back. Was a really fun game though
#5
badasschris
either of these any good? I completed the base game doing a no kill, no spotted run and that took so long I'm not sure I can face going back. Was a really fun game though

You haven't played Dishonored until you've played a high chaos playthrough. The ending is ****, but that is where all the gameplay is.

Maybe low chaos in the base game, and then a high chaos in the DLCs. At least then you'd have the excuse of roleplaying for being such a terrible monster. Regardless, Dishonored really shines when you use all of the combat mechanics, and to do that, you need to go crazy.
#6
conor147
badasschris
either of these any good? I completed the base game doing a no kill, no spotted run and that took so long I'm not sure I can face going back. Was a really fun game though

You haven't played Dishonored until you've played a high chaos playthrough. The ending is ****, but that is where all the gameplay is.

Maybe low chaos in the base game, and then a high chaos in the DLCs. At least then you'd have the excuse of roleplaying for being such a terrible monster. Regardless, Dishonored really shines when you use all of the combat mechanics, and to do that, you need to go crazy.
Yeah maybe I should go back, it wold probably take half (or less) the time if I'm not constantly creeping about and hiding guards. So would it be best to do that or buy the dlc and do that all crazy?
#7
conor147
[quote=badasschris] Regardless, Dishonored really shines when you use all of the combat mechanics, and to do that, you need to go crazy.

Are you serious? This is a game that's meant to be played with pure stealth.
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badasschris
either of these any good? I completed the base game doing a no kill, no spotted run and that took so long I'm not sure I can face going back. Was a really fun game though

I salute you sir! I neither had the skill or the patience!
#9
Games fun for 1 playthrough, nothing to make you go back to it really...
#10
I played through twice - both routes. Excellent game, one of the best that year, no doubt about it. Witches is fantastic DLC btw ;-) Heat !
#11
Hredknapp
Shame it isnt the witches dlc as well and not the usless trials one. Good price though but styill waiting on goty to come down real cheap as i already own the game.
#12
Dishonored goty £10 at Tesco Direct!!
#13
The game was £2 too but its OOS ... Would of purchased :P
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ashtree
conor147
[quote=badasschris] Regardless, Dishonored really shines when you use all of the combat mechanics, and to do that, you need to go crazy.

Are you serious? This is a game that's meant to be played with pure stealth.

That's just silly. Games are meant to be experienced. You can play them however you want. There is no prescribed gameplay style. If you play through on low chaos and never kill anyone, you are cutting yourself off from most of the gameplay that the game has to offer. You are essentially blinking and then choking out guard after guard until the end. Almost all of the complaints about the game were of the repetitive nature of gameplay - and all of it came from the people that played through the entire game, blinking and choking.

Shameless self-plug as a demonstration of what the game has to offer to the people that don't restrict themselves: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFre-aIeG5Y
#15
That's an awesome video gonna re-revisit as got the GOTY version in the Steam sale.
#16
@conor147 if you play like that you kind of remove alot of the challenge of the game and make it 80 % shorter in completion time !
#17
ashtree
conor147
[quote=badasschris] Regardless, Dishonored really shines when you use all of the combat mechanics, and to do that, you need to go crazy.

Are you serious? This is a game that's meant to be played with pure stealth.

No it isn't, it's a game designed well enough to let the player decide how they would like to approach it.
#18
badasschris
either of these any good? I completed the base game doing a no kill, no spotted run and that took so long I'm not sure I can face going back. Was a really fun game though

The two story DLCs are (The Knife of Dunwall & The Brigmore Witches). If you don't want to try to avoid being spotted all the time you don't need to play it like that if you'd prefer not to. The DLCs also give you that choice.
#19
conor147


That's just silly. Games are meant to be experienced. You can play them however you want. There is no prescribed gameplay style. If you play through on low chaos and never kill anyone, you are cutting yourself off from most of the gameplay that the game has to offer. You are essentially blinking and then choking out guard after guard until the end. Almost all of the complaints about the game were of the repetitive nature of gameplay - and all of it came from the people that played through the entire game, blinking and choking.

Shameless self-plug as a demonstration of what the game has to offer to the people that don't restrict themselves: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFre-aIeG5Y

"Cutting yourself off from most of the gameplay"? Because there simply aren't enough bland first person shooters on the market? And in fact I remember people complaining the most about how the campaign was only 4 hours, since the idiots blasted their way through it with firearms and explosives like its CoD. Virtually all of the abilities are most effective when undetected. There's an enemy alert mechanic. Ironically, playing like that video is the most restrictive way to play since your only option now to kill everyone. All strategy and planning is gone.
#20
AceRimmer15


No it isn't, it's a game designed well enough to let the player decide how they would like to approach it.

Ever played the Thief series?
#21
bozfoz
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badasschris
either of these any good? I completed the base game doing a no kill, no spotted run and that took so long I'm not sure I can face going back. Was a really fun game though
I salute you sir! I neither had the skill or the patience!
lol thanks, the last few levels were a real chore actually but once I had started like that I just couldn't stop.
AWT42
badasschris
either of these any good? I completed the base game doing a no kill, no spotted run and that took so long I'm not sure I can face going back. Was a really fun game though

The two story DLCs are (The Knife of Dunwall & The Brigmore Witches). If you don't want to try to avoid being spotted all the time you don't need to play it like that if you'd prefer not to. The DLCs also give you that choice.
Thanks I'll give this one a god and pick up the witches one if this is any good.


conor147
ashtree
conor147
[quote=badasschris] Regardless, Dishonored really shines when you use all of the combat mechanics, and to do that, you need to go crazy.

Are you serious? This is a game that's meant to be played with pure stealth.

That's just silly. Games are meant to be experienced. You can play them however you want. There is no prescribed gameplay style. If you play through on low chaos and never kill anyone, you are cutting yourself off from most of the gameplay that the game has to offer. You are essentially blinking and then choking out guard after guard until the end. Almost all of the complaints about the game were of the repetitive nature of gameplay - and all of it came from the people that played through the entire game, blinking and choking.

Shameless self-plug as a demonstration of what the game has to offer to the people that don't restrict themselves: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFre-aIeG5Y
That does look like fun, I did enjoy the satisfaction of not ever being seen or killing anyone but that has made me want to go back and kill them all :P
#22
interesting that people feel there is only one way to play this. Thief and alien isolation cater for my stealth needs, which are few. The rest of the time I want to be a commando on crack :)
#23
ashtree
Ever played the Thief series?

No, Thief is a stealth game, doesn't appeal to me, Dishonored can be a stealth game if you choose to play it as such, or not....


Edited By: AceRimmer15 on Jan 11, 2015 14:15

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