Minimum Dishonored gameplay length
If you’re one of those who have not be taken in by the hate campaign against Bethesda because of the non-release of Skyrim: Dawnguard for the PS3, then you’ll be interested to know that you will need a minimum time of 22 hours to complete Dishonored. However, we have to inform you that if you wanted to finish the gameplay in this amount of time then there will be no exploring and no solving the mysteries within the game.
We’re told that those of you who are not an experienced gamer then that time would be a little longer, but the gameplay length will increase dramatically if you wish to explore more and try to find a solution to everything. Just yesterday we explained how you can approach Dishonored in many ways because there are no set gameplay rules, where it is choices like these that will increase your playing time significantly.
It’s hard to say just how long it will take you to complete Dishonored, but it’s not going to be as short as Uncharted 3 or other such games. Knowing that this game is not too short is a blessing, but there’s a fine line here because the game shouldn’t be too long either, as there could be a chance that players might become lost in the game – although they would get their monies worth, something that is always the case when Bethesda are involved.
We do hope that gamers give Dishonored a chance and do not allow their anger for Bethesda to cloud their judgment, as they are only the publishers. There is talk that Arkane Studios’s latest title could be in contention for Game of the Year, and it’s easy to see why.
Dishonored manages to incorporate many aspects of several of your favorite games, but it’s the setting that will have you hooked from the start. Just imagine exploring a Victorian world where there is technology from the future – just don’t go looking for Jack the Ripper. However, the best reason to purchase this game is because it has the backing of Bethesda. Okay we know that there are those who are still angry over the own PS3 issue and for good reason, but why would you want to give up the chance to own such a great game?
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Sorry Mr. Chubb, the only recourse left to PS3 players that want to show their displeasure with Bethesda is to use their wallets. Really is quite unfortunate for both Arkane and for the PS3 users who thought the game looks promising. But Arkane is one of Bethesda's sister companies and as such will be sharing in the bad PR and possible lost sales due to Bethesda's actions with the status of DLC for the PS3 version of Skyrim. There will still undoubtedly be ppl lined up to buy it the day it hits of course. I can say with full honesty though, that i won't be one of them. Bethesda(and by association. its sister and parent companies) will not be getting another cent of my money until the Skyrim DLC issue on PS3 is resolved.