The Empress of Gristol is dead by an assassin's hand. Her bodyguard and confidant is framed for the crime, and set to be executed. When he's freed from prison by sympathizers of the rebellion, he's tasked with collapsing the city of Dunwall's aristocracy, by bloodshed or slander.

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Granny Rags (voice)
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Callista Curnow (voice)
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Alternate Street Speaker (voice)
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Admiral Havelock (voice)
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Piero Joplin (voice)
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Daud (voice)
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Empress Jessamine Kaldwin / Corvo's Heart (voice)
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The Outsider (voice)
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Lord Treavor Pendleton (voice)
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Lord Regent Hiram Burrows (voice)
Zach Hanks ...
Morgan Pendleton / Custis Pendleton (voice)
Anna Graves ...
The Boyle Sisters / Weeper (voice)
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Lord Overseer Campbell (voice)
Jodi Carlisle ...
Madam Prudence (voice)
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In the plague ridden land of Gristol, Empress Kaldwin is left dead by a hired assassin, and her daughter kidnapped. Though an assassin did the dirty work, to the non witnessed it was her protector, Corvo Attano. Corvo is left to rot in prison only to escape with the help of revolutionaries and a god known as the Outsider. It is up to him to rescue the Empress's daughter and kill her conspirators, leaving a glorious new empire for the princess or a rugged hell hole dependent upon his choices. Written by SemescoHunter

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$25,000,000 (estimated)
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Voice actor Brad Dourif who plays Piero also plays Chucky the killer doll See more »

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Prison Walls: We all start with innocence, but the world leads us to guilt.
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Featured in Face Off: Dishonorable Proportions (2012) See more »

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A return to brilliance for gamers
27 December 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Dishonored is a solid and satisfying game. The game play is absolutely brilliant and the environment is awesome. This game is a testament to the faith of hardcore gamers waiting for a game that will never disappoint.

Dishonored tells the story of Corvo, the Lord Protector of the Empress of a huge plague ridden empire and her daughter. When the Empress is murdered and her daughter abducted, Corvo is framed for her murder. Now he must fight, with the help of his new found allies, against the very men who framed him and with deadly stealth, prevent them from taking over the empire.

So everything in this game was great although I think it would have been better if it was a third person game like Assassin's Creed or Prince of Persia. However that is only my view. Finally, the guards seem to be everywhere and the problem with that is if you're trying to sneak past one guard the odds are that you will be spotted by another guard who suddenly appears behind him. It seems trivial but trust me it can be f***ing frustrating at times.

So to wrap up this is a game well worth buying as it has a fulfilling story and shows that video games will soon overtake Hollywood movies completely.


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