The Brigmore Witches Scare Me: Dishonored DLC Review


Dishonored is my GOTY. Hands down. I loved it and had little assassin babies with it. That’s what I did. I loved the open world feeling of the game, I loved the way I truly could choose my own path through the city of Dunwall, and I loved the way my choices had a real and tangible effect not only on the world, but on the character of the other characters.


The first DLC The Knife of Dunwall was brilliant. For the first five minutes it was hard to relate to the Empress-murdering-Daud, but then the pathos drew me in and, yes, I almost enjoyed being Daud a little more than I enjoyed being Corvo. It was the gravelly voice, I think.

My eager anticipation of The Brigmore Witches can not easily be overstated. I was, in a word, fiendishly excited.

So, is The Brigmore Witches worth it?

The game play is more challenging than Dishonored and The Knife Of Dunwall. I breezed through The Knife of Dunwall with no problems whatsoever, in both low and high chaos.

The Brigmore Witches is much more difficult than previous iterations of the game. It also includes new powers, the most notable being the Pull power, which allows you to suck items toward yourself from a distance.

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