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Bethesda showcases creative kills in Dishonored

Nov 15 // Conrad Zimmerman
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Collection of player kills boggles the mind

Bethesda has released this video collecting the best kills fans of Dishonored have submitted to them. It should probably be noted that there could be spoilers in the video, but I haven't played Dishonored yet and have no idea what could or could not constitute a spoiler.

I also got a little bit dizzy watching it, but there were a couple of things I found really clever. Like pushing the woman off the balcony and then teleporting back to the ground before she hit it. That amused the hell out of me.


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