Around the web with Dishonored

Four weeks. You’re only four weeks from being able to play Dishonored for yourself. Until then, here’s a roundup of some of the latest online coverage…

To start, Revision3 named Dishonored their PAX Prime Game of Show. Watch their new interview with Raf Colantonio above.

  • Kotaku – reveals why they love Stealth games like Dishonored.
  • 1Up –  “…if Dishonored doesn’t end up being one of the best games of the year, I’ll be absolutely shocked.”
  • The New York Times – “The most intriguing original fiction of the next four months.”
  • Kotaku – Mark Serrels plays Dishonored, possesses a fish, and shares, “In Dishonored there are seemingly endless matrices of choice, multiple different ways to approach multiple different problems. Room to breathe, room to think, space to engage meaningfully with an environment.”
  • PC Powerplay – “Not only does Dishonored look set to be Arkane’s best title yet, but if Looking Glass were around today, it is undoubtedly the kind of game they would be making”.
  • CVG – Calls Dishonored “the most amazing new IP of the year.”
  • IGN – Executive Producer Julien Roby discusses why now is a good time to release a new IP like Dishonored.
  • VG247 – New interview with Raf Colantonio

Finally, take a photo tour of Arkane’s offices in a new feature at Business Insider.

Four weeks!

Reader Comments

  1. Around the web

    “Don’t think I’m getting this one. Not after all of the other broken games.” – PS3 gamers that have learned their lesson.

    • Non-sense,since the game is being developed by Arkane,Bethesda is only the publisher.Harvey confirmed one thousand times that all the game versions will be functional and equal(Well,PC will have better graphics and more UI options),but that’s not the point.

      • “Harvey confirmed one thousand times that all the game versions will be functional and equal”

        Where have we heard that one before? Hmmm, let me think…

        I don’t care about Arkane, they are just a victim of hitching to the wrong horses. The game will still have Bethesda’s name on it.