Chad Habel writes: This is the most exciting game of E3 for me (big call I know). Dishonored came out of the blue somewhat; with all of the Elder Scrolls activity going on we might have guessed that Bethesda had enough to do, but apparently not. It combines a series of elements such as a deep and vibrant milieu with flexible gameplay and an engaging narrative such that it seems to both bring something new as well as draw on the best of gaming at the moment. In their closed-door demo, Harvey Smith and Raf Colantonio called this their “dream project”, and I think it’s mine too.
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