Dishonored 2 review: I would change nothing about this game

Dishonored 2 review: I would change nothing about this game
Alice Bell Updated on by

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5 things Dishonored 2 is doing so right

After a few hours playing The Clockwork Mansion level of Dishonored 2 at preview, Alice was unreasonably excited at the prospect of the full game. She wrote a breakdown of what it was doing right – which, in her opinion, remain true now it’s at full release.

Dishonored 2’s two protagonists feel very different to play as

Alice talked about how it feels to play as Emily Kaldwin, deposed empress, versus playing as her father Corvo Attano, secret assassin and gruff middle-aged MurderDad.

With each having their own raft of powers, they may lead you towards very different play styles, as Alice discovered.

Dishonored 2: the Reviewsical



Dishonored 2 takes everything you loved about Dishonored and improves upon it without becoming bloated. It's a beautifully designed, layered game, stuffed with hidden gems and secret stories. Also you can stab people in mid air.
10 Endless replayability New powers are amazing fun Incredible level and world design Well-balanced gameplay