PS 4 Game Dishonored was for many one of the biggest surprises we left the last generation of consoles. From Arkane Studios and had sold very well your project, even using controversial comparisons with the Call of Duty franchise. And that, many times, just playing against. But the result was impressive. Meristation Game of the Year (2012) and an experience of stealth and action, myself included, we left a great taste. Three years have passed and Bethesda launches remaster for next-generation consoles. Playable, Dishonored is still as powerful as the original delivery. But three years later, few innovations proposed by this title for those who enjoyed it at the time. If you have never played console and Dishonored, this Definitive Edition is simple and simply essential. In any other consideration it is more controversial.
The protagonist of this delivery is attano Corvo, a murderer who just looks like the Empress of Dunwall, a city in decline for many (not for a wealthy elite and despot) where plague and poverty is destroying everything. Being in the worst possible place at the wrong time is what happens to Corvo, who happens to be named enemy number one place on suspicion of killing the empress. That's where begins a race to avoid being caught and also a journey that should serve to discover the true conspirator. The presence of a rebel group that will help rescue a fallen alive and supernatural powers of heaven at the right time to complete a game is developed with extreme fluidity and gives endless possibilities to the player.