My first session of Dishonored 2 was what you might expect from a seemingly heavy narrative action packed Bethesda game. I spent a large portion of my time getting through the opening cutscene, then getting use to the controls.
In regards to things we have discussed in class, what really jumped out to me was the principle of leadership. More specifically, If you are entitled to something, is it your right to do whatever is necessary to aquire your goals? For example within the first 5 minute of the game, a supposed relative of the main characters comes from a different land to claim the throne of her late sister. The problem is the main character (whom you have a choice to play as the girl, or her father) is the rightful heir to the throne.
So, immediately after she shows up there is lots of killing and bloodshed. This is what raises the question, What is necessary for justice? The "heroes" are killing just the same ammount of people as the presented villain is. Also, both sides seem to be in the right. Although there is some shady things going on in the background that I am eager to see as I play tomorrow.
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