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Dunwall City Trials release date screens

Bethesda has just announced that its Dishonored: Dunwall City Trials will be coming to consoles and PC platforms on December the 11th world wide. It will be the first add-on pack for  Dishonored and will cost $4.99 / £3.99 / €4.99 / AUD$8.45 (or 400 Microsoft Points). Game Info: Enter

Dishonored Killer Moves video

Bethesda released a fan compilation video which features some of the more interesting assassinations in their recently released supernatural stealth action game. The Dishonored killer moves video showcases brutal assassinations mixed with the soundtrack ofEddy Charlton (Drunken Whaler Remix). Check it out.

Skyrim Dragonborn new screenshots

Bethesda has today released some Dragonborn new screenshots from the downloadable content coming first to Xbox 360 on December 4th for 1600 MSP. Journey off the coast of Morrowind, to the island of Solstheim. Encounter new towns, dungeons, and quests, as you traverse the ash wastes and glacial valleys of

Dishonored review

In this day and age of unfulfilled hype and marketing spin cycles, it’s rare that early, exciting impressions any game come anywhere near to the level of resultant quality on its eventual launch. We salivate over early screenshots and gameplay clips, fall prey to developer spiel promising the world, only

New Skyrim Dragonborn coming soon

Bethesda released a trailer for its new Skyrim Dragonborn which is releasing on Xbox 360 on December 4th for 1600 MSP. It will be the second DLC add-on for the game and is likely to hit other platforms at a later date. Bethesda also released a Dragonborn trailer to set

Dishonored video competition begins

Fancy getting your Dishonored video work featured in the next Dishonored trailer, then check out a new Dishonored video competition where submitting your work could also net you an exclusive Sokolov painting from the PAX East party. For the Dishonored video competition gamers are required to send their coolest video

Dishonored artwork commentary

Sebastien Mitton – Art Director, Arkane Studios offers the following commentary to various bits of artwork from the recently released  Dishonored. His words offer greater insight into the game. This is the very first pencil drawing we did when the game was set in London, in 1666. I’m a bit