which of my three daft approaches to Dishonored you wanted to see blown out into a full video diary series. Each take on the game had its supporters, but the clear winner in both the comments thread and the Facebook poll was 'oh dear, what a terrible accident'.
The idea is to complete every mission in the game without leaving a trace of Corvo's involvement - hence the name of this series. That doesn't mean that there can't be evidence, but that evidence needs to point to other people: essentially, there needs to be an explanation for events that's simpler and more believable than "a teleporting, man-possessing, rat-summoning magic ninja did it."
In the game's linear tutorial prison break sequence, that's easier said than done. It's a part of the game with very little freedom - but I wanted to take it on anyway, and see if there's a way of explosively escaping from jail while still making it look like someone else's fault. Was I successful? Decide for yourself by watching the video below. Needless to say, expect to have the game's opening somewhat spoiled.
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Earlier in the week we recorded a podcast special where we discuss all of Dishonored - including major plot points - in some detail. Check it out
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