Return to Dunwall only to long for Dunwall even more.
If there’s anyone in the world who loves Dishonored more than they should, it’s me. Many were let down by the game after it received a skittering swarm of pre-launch hype that it couldn’t quite live up to – for certain people anyway. I was completely sucked into Dishonored’s city of Dunwall, which led to several days of me heading to work fueled by only three or four hours of sleep. Somehow I (and my career) survived this unhealthy escapism and I came out the other side infatuated with almost every piece of the game. Imagine my excitement when the first true DLC (in my opinion) for the game was announced where you would be revisiting Dunwall as the assassin who set the main game’s events in motion. Sadly, even though many of the things I love about Dishonored remain in The Knife of Dunwall DLC, it doesn’t live up to my lofty opinion of the original.