We've occasionally seen it cheaper, but Dishonored is still a screaming deal at £2.49. In fact, paying so little is almost an insult to the hardworking developers (but you won't hear us complain!). You can alternatively stump up £6.79 for the complete edition. Thanks to jaystan @ HUKD!
If Dishonored managed to pass you by last year and you've got a half-decent PC, you'd be mad to miss this insanely cheap offer. Gamefly's £2.49 deal price is already a fantastic saving, but plugging in the UKJUN15OFF voucher code brings it down even further. A brilliant game for a quarter of the price of a cinema ticket.
You'll get a Steam code. Many thanks to Dealfinder General jaystan @ HUKD!
If Dishonored managed to pass you by last year and you've got a half-decent PC, you'd be mad to miss this insanely cheap offer. Gamefly's £2.99 deal price is already a fantastic saving, but plugging in the UKMAY20OFF voucher code brings it down even further. A brilliant game for a quarter of the price of a cinema ticket.
You'll get a Steam code. Many thanks to Gemsa @ HUKD!
Dishonored's DLC-packed Game Of The Year Edition is out this week, so predictably we've got a launch trailer to introduce new players to the setting and content. Including the excellent sandbox assassination game and its expansions - two of which are exceptional while the others are throwaway distractions - it's a decent value proposition.Click here to read more...
Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches DLC | GMG | £6.40 (save £1.59)
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Rather excellent by all accounts. Thanks to Spark @ HUKD!
The final piece of Dishonored DLC hits downloadable marketplaces today, in the form of the Brigmore Witches expansion. This new content rounds off Daud's storyline, bringing him face to face with Corvo Attano's mercy or judgement.
It's available on Xbox Live for 800 Microsoft Points, and will subsequently launch on Steam and US PSN in a matter of hours. European PS3 owners will have to wait for tomorrow's update.
Perhaps you can enjoy this launch trailer to kill the time?Click here to read more...
As promised, Arkane Studios have revealed firm details and release plans for Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches. Players will once again play as the complex villain Daud in an all-new adventure, compatible with save files from the Knife Of Dunwall expansion.Click here to read more...
We already know that Brigmore Witches will be Dishonored's fourth DLC pack, but Arkane have confirmed that we'll receive firm details about the expansion tomorrow. To tide us over, they've released a piece of concept artwork depicting... erm... a witch. Presumably.
We'll bring you the latest on the morrow.
Prey 2 blew us away at E3 2011, to the extent that we crowned Human Head's bounty-hunting sequel as the second best game of show (behind a certain BioShock Infinite). However, the project quickly fell off our radar, with suggestions that the developers had effectively gone on strike and left the freeform shooter up the proverbial creek.
New reports, however, allege that Prey 2 might finally be back on track... and in the hands of none other than Arkane Studios.Click here to read more...
It's been interesting. The more I play of Bioshock Infinite, the more I realise how much more I loved Dishonored. We're getting rather excited over getting the opportunity to step into the boots of the legendary assassin of Empresses.
A new gameplay trailer has emerged for Dishonored's second slice of DLC - 'Knife of Dunwall' - and you can check it out after the jump. The add-on itself is out April 16th for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC for £7.99/ 800 MS Points.Click here to read more...
Dishonored co-creator Raphael Colantonio hopes that publishers are being honest when they suggest that it's the end of a generation cycle that's making them nervous about investing in new IPs, and that the start of next-gen will herald a flurry of creative activity.Click here to read more...