Final episode of ‘Tales of Dunwall’ Dishonored series released, reporter breathes heavy sigh

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By on September 28, 2012 at 3:49 pm

The last of the ‘Tales from Dunwall’ animations is up, this latest episode being the most confusing and probably the most important. This latest episode, called ‘In the Mind of Madness’ stars a man named Piero, who is a key figure both in the city of Dunwall itself and Corvo’s story. I’ll be sad to see these go, as I’ve enjoyed watching Dunwall’s story unfold each day, but if you haven’t seen the first episodes, check them out here and here, respectively. Watch the final episode below, and let us know what you think of the Tales of Dunwall as a whole.

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Ooooh. Keen.

 
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