The 21 Best Assassin Games to play in 2016

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They will take your breath away. Literally.

21 Assassin games to help you find your prey

I like civilized society. I really do. But now and then it can become so frustratingly dull. As the ultimate bad-boys, the killers from these games provide the best harmless taste of action, stealth and strategy so scarcely found in grocery lines. So buckle up for the best assassin games that you can play to become the ultimate killing machine, without all those pesky moral questions.

1. Dishonored (2012)

Dishonored Definite Edition Launch Trailer

Developer: Arkane Studios

Genre: Stealth, action-adventure

Themes: Steampunk warlock assassin, dystopia

Grab your steam-powered gadgets, your freaky tattooed hand and an impractical but cool-looking mask, for this is Dunwall, and there is a lot of killing to be done! A disgraced bodyguard turned assassin, Corvo Attano is going to carve a bloody path towards redemption!


MUWAHAHAHAHA!... Uh, I mean, redemption. Yes, for redemption.

Featuring an engaging mix and match of magic, swords and steampunk, Dishonored lets you choose how to approach the action. Are you going to be merciful and just sneakily avoid detection, or do you have a penchant for murdering everything that moves, and then striking the corpses for good measure?


So I sneak past here and… Oh who am I kidding, they’re all gonna die.

But this is not one of those games where no matter if you went full psychotic or you talked your way out of it, everyone just seems supercool about it the next cutscene. No, Dishonored actually reacts to your choices, and even randomizes some portions of the game. So you have a different experience every time. Critically acclaimed for its design and style, you’ll always find a way to be sadistically creative. So have fun in your dystopia, kids.

Dishonored gameplay in HD

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