Gave Dishonored a brief try after it's been sat in my library since 2013. Was rather underwhelmed and ended up dropping it a few hours in. The setting they created was interesting and unique, full of neat details and was nice to look at even though it came off at times as too deriative of City 17 (The railcar the police use is basically a 1:1 port of the Combine City Protection APC). The grim nautical vibe was cool and reminded me of a very specific part of English culture that you don't really see evoked that much. Story wise it was a little boring though, it didn't particularly hook me. The Outsider fellow was like G-Man if he was boring and uncreatively sinister, from what little I saw of him. Gameplay was the real sinker though. For a stealth game it really didn't feel that different to the stealth mechanics in a game not orientated around it, like I was persistently doing the optional stealth path in a normal action game or something. Just very barebones, and it had that annoying modernized immersive sim thing of your character constantly gobbling down tins of food. Gave me flashbacks to Bioshock Infinite in the worst way. Uninstalled and purchased Resident Evil Remake. Will hit that up next weekend when I have the time.