“We all start with innocence, but the world leads us to guilt.”
Borrowing elements from Thief, Deus Ex, Half-Life and more, Arkane’s Dishonored debuted in 2012 to critical acclaim and word of mouth plaudits. But was it actually any blinkin’ good? Leon, James, Jay and Josh drug some guards and hop into Dunwall to find out.
1: Ambients by Daniel Licht
2: The Drunken Whaler by Copilot Strategic Sound
Cane and Rinse 88 was edited by Jay Taylor
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In his first of two Quick Rinse videos, Darren G. plays the opening part of the House of Pleasure mission from Arkane Studio’s Dishonored as a gleefully murderous Corvo Attano:
In his second Dishonored video, Darren decides to once again play the opening of the House of Pleasure chapter, but this time all sneaky-sneaky like:
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