This article was originally published as a diary series across four issues of PC Gamer. For more quality articles about all things PC gaming, you can subscribe now in the UK and the US . The Dishonored games are often described as being about choice, but it might be more fitting to say they are about judgement. After all, when you make decisions in Dishonored, you aren't simply selecting from a list of potential actions, as you would order a dish from a takeaway menu. Instead, those decisions are always made with a view to their potential consequences. What's the best way to clear out this room? Or what's the best way to sneak through it? How should I kill this person? Actually, should I kill them at all? This notion of judgement is most evident in the assassination targets Corvo and Emily pursue in each mission, who can be dispatched via lethal or nonlethal methods. Dishonored 2 never guides players toward one option or the other, yet throughout each level are documents, recordings and other environmental details that provide insight into that character's life and personality, helping players judge for themselves the best way to deal with their target…. Read full this story
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