Should I get Dishonored DLC?
- date: July 16, 2013
I want to pick up Dishonored, but is the DLC worth picking up too?
- date: October 25, 2012
Pack 1 - "Dunwall City Trials" - Think of Faith's speed runs in Mirror's Edge. Now you try to combo drop assassinations, speed run through various sections of Dunwall, horde mode, and other stuff.
Pack 2 - Daud and his "Whalers" assassins have more of their background revealed in a story related DLC (2013)
Pack 3 - Announced for 2013, but the contents are unknown, just like what's inside this box:
Is anyone interested in the upcoming Dishonored DLC
- date: April 1, 2013
I think playing as Daud would be cool but it's gonna be a two part DLC series, and the first one is only 3 missions.
They better be lengthy, because I don't think it's worth $10, especially since I got the game for free due to the Microsoft Store screwing up
Dishonored Preorder DLC?
- date: October 12, 2012
I pre-ordered my game from a retail store, and its Pre-order Incentive was the Shadow Rat Pack. After installing it, Steam registers the games as "Dishonored Pre-Purchase ROW".
The only thing I received was the game with the CD key on the back of the manual. No extra key or anything.
Clicking Downloadable content in-game just takes me to it's store page. And, going to DLC in in the library says "There is no downloadable content available for this game."
I have not yet played the game to see if I got the DLC, and even if I did, I am not sure when the content will be able to be used in the timeline of the game. Don't want to spend hours playing, to find out it is not there
Now, did it install the DLC along with the game, or is there something I'm missing?
Dishonored PreOrder DLC, отдаю
- date: October 14, 2012
Собственно сабж)) если кому нужен - пишите. Выложу в теме в течение дня
Argument against DLC for Dishonored
- date: October 28, 2012
DLC cannot improve a complete game as the DLC can only seem extraneous to the experience if the game proper is complete.
If DLC improves a game, the game was incomplete when it was sold. This should make you resentful and not in the mood to support the company who sold you an unfinished work of art.
Dishonored is a complete, practically perfect game which requires no add-ons. The company should stand proudly behind this work of art and not cheapen it with tawdry $5.99 add-ons. I won't be buying any. Will you?
Is the Dishonored Knife of Dunwall DLC good?
- date: July 15, 2013
Main game was excellent and too short. Thinking of getting the DLC on the cheap.
Dishonored: The Other Side of the Coin (DLC)?
- date: February 21, 2013
I was taking a look at my trophies late last night when I saw that my completion percentage for Dishonored had decreased by about 10%. Confused, I had a look to see what was up and notice that a second DLC trophy list had been added under the name; "The Other Side of the Coin".
I quickly checked the PSN store for it, but there was nothing but the Dunwall City Trials. So I went to bed, figuring I'd see what this was all about once I'd gotten some sleep. But as of this morning, it's gone.
Did anybody get Dishonored's Knife of Dunwall DLC?
- date: April 17, 2013
I'm on the verge of downloading it. I seldom get DLC for any game, but this looks pretty damn good.
new dlc after omega has every writter on it
- date: December 5, 2012
I want them to stop with the dlc because overall ME3 has a mediocre story. Focus on the next game, leave the born-dead horse alone.