Was Dishonored a good game?

Dishonored won Best Overall Action Game and Best PC Action Game in IGN’s Best of 2012 awards, and was nominated for Best Overall Game and Best Action Game on both PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms. Game Informer named it the Best Action game and one of the 50 best games of 2012.

Is dishonored Definitive Edition better?

The Dishonored Definitive Edition delivers a clear upgrade over the previous console releases, giving us vastly superior image quality, smoother frame-rates and an overall visual experience very much in line with the PC game.

How long is Dishonored?

The main narrative for Dishonored is around 12 hours long, but you could get through it a bit quicker if you use some great speed-running tips. The average player, though, will likely complete some of the side content while playing through the story. Therefore, it takes many players about 18 hours to finish the game.

Is Dishonoured open world?

No, Dishonored is not open-world. The game consists of a number of missions which you progress through. Every mission is a small world in itself, which you can move freely inside. The missions themselves can be completed in many different ways, which makes Dishonored non-linear but not open-world.

Why is Dishonored so amazing?

One of the best things about Dishonored is the powers and the creative ways you can use them to vanquish your enemies. You can do things like bend time, possess people, teleport and even summon a plague of ravenous rats to devour unsuspecting victims.

Is Dishonored underrated?

It’s honestly probably one of the most underrated games of the last decade.

How long does it take to 100% Dishonored?

When focusing on the main objectives, Dishonored is about 12 Hours in length. If you’re a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 36 Hours to obtain 100% completion.

Is BioShock like Dishonored?

The story is serviceable, but nothing groundbreaking. Mechanically I think Dishonored is tighter, and has more of an emphasis on player expression and exploration. Bioshock 1 has better atmosphere, a better story, but I feel the combat is a little less satisfying, and there aren’t as many movement and stealth options.