It's hard for me to praise Bethesda as of late without coming across a little too overly loving towards them. It's just under a month ago that I explained how I appreciated how Bethesda schooled the industry with Fallout 4's reveal, and now, well now they are offering Dishonored: Definitive Edition to both Xbox One and Playstation 4 owners who owned the original on either the Xbox 360 or the Playstation 3 at just half price (£15).
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It's been one hell of a ride with the Greenman Gaming Summer Sale. We have seen Wolfenstein: The Old Blood hit an all time low of £3.00, The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited found its way to an extremely tempting £10 and Dishonored was offered to us for only £2.00. We're still questioning here at Dealspwn as to whether we feel Greenman Gaming should actually be selling a gaming masterpiece such as The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim for only £2.00, surely that's got to be criminal?
Today's encore sale sees some 1500+ games dropped to ridiculously low prices over at Greenman Gaming, with the 20 best selling items over the duration of the sale listed below:
Use code 'ENCORE-ENCORE-ENCORE' to knock an additional 20% off the listed prices.
Dishonored is, quite frankly, Bethesda's watercooler game of 2012 - the game that all should be talking about come the year's end, with no two narrative anecdotes the same. It does better than simply revive the stealth genre, it makes us wonder why the hell it went away in the first place. Arkane have delivered a blank canvas in Corvo Attano, with a commendably mature approach to player freedom that asks much of you, and delivers ultimate gameplay satisfaction in return. Nothing short of astonishing. - Dishonored Review | The Deadly Shadows (9/10)
Remember to head over to that CDKeys Facebook page, grab that additional 5% discount and enjoy playing one of the best game titles of this last generation.
This week's deals with gold have been announced and are as follows:
Here it is. Day number five of the Steam Monster Summer Sale.
Dishonored - £2.49
"Dishonored is an immersive first-person action game that casts you as a supernatural assassin driven by revenge. With Dishonored’s flexible combat system, creatively eliminate your targets as you combine the supernatural abilities, weapons and unusual gadgets at your disposal. Pursue your enemies under the cover of darkness or ruthlessly attack them head on with weapons drawn. The outcome of each mission plays out based on the choices you make."
Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons - £1.09
Guide two brothers on an epic fairy tale journey from visionary Swedish film director,Click here to read more...
We've seen the download versions get slightly cheaper, but Dishonored is still a screaming deal at £3.00. In fact, paying so little is almost an insult to the hardworking developers (but you won't hear us complain!). Find out why in our Dishonored Review.
Thanks again to Jesse148 @ HUKD for another great spot!
This listing isn't as good as the GOTY Edition listing we highlighted a few weeks ago, but if you've yet to play Dishonored then this offer from Game Keys Now is the cheapest deal around with stock. Basically, if you've ever wanted to possess a fish for murderous purposes, or just want a play a damn fine stealth-action game, then I'd recommend getting on this deal. Thanks to BuzzDuraband @ HUKD!
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If you have yet to play any of Dishonored, or have yet to try out of any of its additional DLC, this is a fantastic opportunity for the price. GAME's current deal puts it near the going rate for the standard edition while beating other GOTY listings by a considerable margin. Basically, if you've ever wanted to possess a fish for murderous purposes, or just want a play a damn fine stealth-action game, then I'd recommend getting on this deal. Thanks to Lomi @ HUKD!
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Get Games have launched a flash sale on several Bethesda titles over on their store. Here are a few little highlights:
Microsoft are slowly beginning to get the hang of this. Sort of.Click here to read more...
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...
Get Games are currently running a '2 for £10' sale on several Bethesda titles - though it's worth noting that many of these games often sell for less than £5 each in regular deals, making for a false saving here. As far as I can work out, buying Doom 3: BFG Edition and either Dishonored, Oblivion GOTY or Morrowind GOTY will save you a few quid.
Might be a good time to round out your collection, perhaps.
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.
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...
Bethesda has announced a new story-focused DLC expansion for Dishonored, entitled The Knife Of Dunwall. In an interesting new perspective, players will explore new areas of Dunwall as the villainous assassin Daud, who's armed with "new powers, weapons and gadgets."
The Knife Of Dunwall has been dated for April 16th for all platforms (the European PS3 version will probably arrive a day later in line with the weekly update), costing $9.99 or 800 Microsoft Points. We've got all the details after the break.Click here to read more...