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Dishonored Gameplay Trailer: E3 2012

Finally, we have some Dishonored gameplay. The trailer features several slow-motion deaths and some of the most amazing sets and vistas ever in a video game.

We have all been waiting for some extended gameplay footage of Bethesda's upcoming game, Dishonored. This does not disappoint. 

The atmosphere and the vistas are more impressive than the character models, imho. I kept rewind the first few establishing shots. 

The rest of the trailer focuses on death, death, death (in erie slow-motion)! It's also interesting that they chose the song, "Drunken Sailor". It sets the tone for some swashbuckling. 

Here is a traditional version of the song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qGyPuey-1Jw

And a non-traditioal version (that I prefer):http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9qO3IEAeJM

How high is this on your list of anticipated games?

posted 1 year 10 months ago

Oh it's very high up there for me. Anything with so many Ex-Looking Glass geniuses behind it has my backing. This looks like a real spiritual successor to Dark Messiah of Might and Magic which is one of my favorite games of all time.

Not gonna be too happy with the masses tossing out comparisons to Bioshit, but that's to be expected among 'em.

posted 1 year 10 months ago

 I think the game is shaping up to be extremely good. Its strong focus on atmosphere, environment, art, and attention to detail is overall beautiful. However, I will say, the striking resemblances to City 17 and Rapture just set down the originality meter quite a bit.

posted 1 year 10 months ago

 I'm not the only that got goosebumps when the song hit its high point am I?

posted 1 year 10 months ago

 looks like itl be fun vid is awsome as well

posted 1 year 10 months ago

 looks like itl be fun vid is awsome as well

posted 1 year 10 months ago

Copy pasta of my post from the other blog post, but here.

The change to "Drunken Whaler" isn't the only change in the song, just an FYI.

"Feed him to the hungry rats for dinner early in the morning, Way hay and up she rises, early in the morning. Slice his throat with a rusty cleaver, early in the morning. Way hay and up she rises" etc.