Dishonored to receive the Game of the Year Edition treatment

Dishonored

By on September 13, 2013 at 10:47 am

Bethesda send word that a Game of the Year Edition of Dishonored is on the way, launching in Australia on October 10.

The GOTY edition will include the base game, as well as The Voidwalker’s Arsenal pack, Dunwall City Trials, The Knife of Dunwall, and The Brigmore Witches.

This new bundle has been pegged at $60 on PC, which is a steal for this much fun — although you can probably get it cheaper if you shop around.

Get our review of Dishonored here, our Knife of Dunwall review here, and our Brigmore Witches review here.

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That’ll be a great deal for anyone who doesn’t have it, more so when it’s inevitably on sale.

 

But has it been censored at all? The question of what the the Classification Board meant by it being ‘modified’ remains unanswered…

 

Been holding out on buying this, will be great with everything included. Yes, I will shop around, know just where to go to “compare” those prices too

 

Screw censorship. If it’s censored for Aussies then I’ll get it in uncensored form. Fed up with this censorship crap.

 

exe3:
But has it been censored at all? The question of what the the Classification Board meant by it being ‘modified’ remains unanswered…

nothing in the normal version and DLCs on steam is so I don’t see why this would be.

Definitely one of the best games ever released if you haven’t played this one yet it would be well worth grabbing yourself a copy.

 
downloader2013

“although you can probably get it cheaper if you shop around”

Pirating certainly works. Works for me. haha

 

downloader2013:
“although you can probably get it cheaper if you shop around”

Pirating certainly works. Works for me. haha

or you know you could support the developers who work incredibly hard to bring you amazing experiences like Dishonored. You know … instead of being a selfish dick.

 

spooler,

To be fair, the developers are paid by the publisher. They’re not indie developers – their paycheck is not directly proportional to the quantity of purchases. Dishonored’s already a success and Bethesda’s expressed an interested it making it a franchise, so someone doing a bit of pirating isn’t going to affect things much.

 

razorback47:
spooler,

To be fair, the developers are paid by the publisher. They’re not indie developers – their paycheck is not directly proportional to the quantity of purchases. Dishonored’s already a success and Bethesda’s expressed an interested it making it a franchise, so someone doing a bit of pirating isn’t going to affect things much.

It’s kind of irrelevant, Bethesda is a great studio that makes great games and more importantly still looks after its PC users with things like mod tools (skyrim) and should be supported if for no other reason than the fact that they don’t shun PC gamers and generally have good business practices.

 
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