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In Dishonored, Creative Kills Get The Spotlight

Posted on Thursday, August 9 @ 14:56:43 PST by

The latest trailer from Bethesda in promotion of Dishonored shows off three of the creative kills you can pull of in the game's steampunk-y world.

The first is Death By Rats, where the player summons Devouring Swarm, Bend Time, to slow time, and Spring Razor. It should seem pretty clear what's happening in this one, what with the razor going off as the rats are running beneath the enemy's feet. Ouch!

In Friendly Fire, the player bends time as a shot goes off, possesses the enemy character, and puts him right in front of the bullet they fired. My head hurts! Finally, in Reversal of Fortune, the uses Rewire and a polarity reversal to turn the electric gates against the guards.

Revenge Solves Everything, huh? I don't know about that, but it seems to make killing people pretty awesome!
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