Here's a new trailer for Dishonored. It details a number of tricks players can perform in order to get themselves out of a tight spot. From impressive air dashes to sneaky possession, there are quite a few neat ways to escape danger.
The sheer flexibility of Dishonored is really exciting me. From what I've played, you can be as stealthy or confrontational as you choose, and have a wealth of options within those choices to truly feel like you're playing it your way. So many games to do that, and so few manage it. I hope the full experience carries it off. I got a lot of faith.
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