Next week may well mark the official beginning of the biggest gaming event of the year, but E3 2012 snippets of information and pre-release trailers are already starting to make their way online. Take Dishonored, for instance. That ambitious title that I’ve raved about on more than one occasion has received a pre-emptive E3 gameplay trailer that kicks all kinds of arse.
You’ll see snippets of character motivation, plenty of the BioShock-meets-Half-Life-2-type game world, and a bloody abundance of slow-motion death, to boot. In fact, some of those deaths are a wee bit graphic in their depictions that a part of me is worried that there may be classification concerns. Here’s to hoping that Bethesda has taken this into account and will be taking thorough steps to ensure the game is classified and ready for its 11th of October release in Australia.
Let us know what you think of the trailer in the comments section below.
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