4 Deus Ex Meets Bioshockdeanlowdon | 20/10/2012 | See all deanlowdon's reviews (468)Top 100 Reviewer Top 100 DVD Reviewer Despite all the processing power this generation of consoles have to offer modern games all too often want to just funnel the player from one cinematic set piece to the next. For me the very best video games, such as Half-Life 2 and Deus Ex, provides the player with an interesting game world and lets them decide how best to make their way around it. Fortunately Dishonoured allows you to do just that.Each and every mission provides players with a number of possible solutions made all the more interesting by the different powers (that are far more than just the usual fire and ice spells so often seen) and weapons that can be found or unlocked throughout the course of the game. As a result it is possible to complete Dishonoured without killing a single person or, should you choose, you can simply kick down the front door and fight your way through.The only criticism I could level at the game is that it is perhaps over a little too quickly, my first playthrough took about 12 hours, but it is certainly a game I will return to and play differently at some point. This is certainly one to buy.