Publicado originalmente por BlackBeltNinj@:I've played Dishonored and is Deus Ex just like that game? What are the main differences gameplay wise?
Publicado originalmente por Rhenthyl:The main difference is the way the worlds change to your actions. In Dishonored it's more organic, what you do changes the flow of the story and gives you the ending based on how you played. this means you get a different ending for different play styles (IIRC there's 3 endings for Dishonored). Deus Ex however is more static, in that while stuff you do impacts the world to a certain degree, it dosen't really impact the story. It ends based on one of 4 choices you make at the very end, so rather than replaying the game to get the endings you can simply load up a save from just before you make the choices and watch them play out. Wile i love Deus Ex, i prefer Dishonoured approach since it has higher replayability, since you need to replay it to get the different endings, and do things differently as well. At the price of Desu Ex at the moment though i highly reccomend it, it's amazing game with a few bugs, and odd game mechanics.For example, the hacking in Deus Ex is a cop out. even if you know the access codes you hack because there's a LOT of XP and credits to be gotten doing it. Watch TB's first impressions of the game, he highlights the flaws in the mechanics pretty well, as well as the fact the game still kicks ♥♥♥ with them :D Oh and it's spoiler free, so it wont ruin the story for youhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BpLv4GSm8k
Publicado originalmente por Tenshi / Katawa:i played dishonored, and there is NO DIFFERENCE exept for final cutscene in different playthrough. if you are talkin about more enemies, even thats not true, only thing i noticed in my lethal playthrough is one more tallboy in the three sisters mission.to op: deus ex is maybe a bit harder. but still not very hard. dishonored was very easy too but yea, it is similiar.
Publicado originalmente por bradthebadz:DIshonored's final scenes and even levels are changed dramatically by your actions throughout. Even earlier missions can be affected. If you are running around killing everyone, there are many more rats and weepers (is that right?). The final level also changes. I can't really give specifics because of spoilers involved. I also can't compare it to Deus Ex, as I haven't finished. Sorry about those two points.