neoseeker.com: Coming in at number six on our “Game of the Year” lineup is Dishonored. An entirely brand new IP that debuted just months ago, Dishonored had no problems impressing the hell out of a lot of people. Players step into the shoes of one Corvo Atano, a skilled soldier framed for the murder of his beloved queen, the woman he was sworn to protect.
Worldwide Hardware:1: 3DS – 897,655 (+32%)2: X360 – 757,880 (+23%)3: PS3 – 711,509 (+23%)4: WiiU – 395,016 (-34%)5: Wii – 301,968 (+20%)6: DS – 211,067 (+18%)7: PSV – 171,219 (+14%)8: PSP – 77,564 (+42%)Worldwide Software:1: (Wii) Just Dance 4 – 852,2582: (X360) Call of Duty: Black Ops II – 786,0113: (PS3) Call of Duty: Black Ops II – 651,3044: (X360) Halo 4 – 530,5385: (PS3) Assassin’s Creed III – 400,9716: (3DS) New Super Mario Bros. 2 – 385,5327: (X360) Kinect Adventures! – 385,3168: (X360) Assassin’s Creed III – 317,0739: (X360) Far Cry 3 – 288,35010: (PS3) FIFA 13 – 268,207 (3DS, Nintendo DS, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360)
OnlySP writes:”Dishonored is a brilliant new IP that shows a lot of promise in both its mechanics and story potential thanks to the incredible amount of lore that was packed into this inaugural outing.
ZG:Players must help Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra, Gloria the Hippo, and Melman the Giraffe find a way home while working for a travelling circus….Like the movie.
When we think of the term “piracy” in its modern sense, we tend to think of the morally reprehensible. Media moguls spent years combatting piracy by conjuring up disheveled images of thugs and depictions of malevolence, along with the line “You wouldn’t steal a car,” but this sort of propaganda couldn’t be farther from the truth. No longer is piracy an act of devestation performed only by the wicked, but as piracy’s negative outcome has weakened, its rates have proportionally skyrocketed.