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- Step into the silent shoes of Garrett, a dark and solitary thief with an unrivaled set of skills
- Explore the sick and troubled City, from its shady back alleys to the heights of its rooftops
- Leverage Garrett's arsenal to take down guards with your blackjack, shoot one of your many arrow types or use your newly acquired focus abilities to manipulate the environment and outsmart your enemies
- Become one with the world thanks to ground-breaking visual elements and a truly tactile and visceral first-person experience
- Through jaw-dropping Next-Gen technical possibilities, Thief delivers unprecedented immersion through sights, sounds and artificial intelligence
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Long are the hours I spent playing the original 'Thief,' immersed deep in Garrett's world of light and shadow. It remains one of my favorite games ever, introducing me to a new way to play the first-person perspective and a new hero. This new version doesn't quite live up to that high standard, but it makes an effort to recreate the experience, and even makes a few improvements along the way.
The world of Garrett's City is fun to explore, filled with things to do, loot to steal, guards to render senseless. There are missions to accomplish from your old fence Basso and others, in addition to progressing the main story, and even a few mysteries to explore. The mechanics of sneaking and swooping from shadow to shadow, of using arrows to strategically douse lights or make distracting noises, of picking locks and moving undetected are recreated lovingly here, and executed well. Each piece of the puzzle brings its challenges, with a few standout areas that were truly memorable. The House of Blossoms, with its soft mood lighting and multiple levels to explore, taxed my patience in some wonderful ways. The haunted asylum, however, was the level that got my blood really pumping, packed tight with an atmosphere of pure dread and a strong creep factor. I had to put down the controller and walk away for a while before I could finish that level - it was that effective.
A game like this depends on immersing me in it, and while I was there for a lot of it, there were a few unfortunate issues that broke that immersion sometimes.Read more ›
The story didn't interest me much, especially as it involves you becoming superhuman in a way -- you're no longer just an incredibly talented cat burglar; in this version, you have super powers. I, for one, didn't want that. Part of the charm of the old game was outwitting people, which is not as fun if you've got such a big leg up. I found myself just playing through the missions to get to the end, and yawning through the cut scenes. A better idea would have made you the female thief, I think. When she was still human.
Money is a big problem here. You steal mostly trifles, the proceeds of which must then be spent pretty much immediately on arrows or upgrades.Read more ›
- Good Graphics (PS3)
- Great environment (fun to explore, you can climb up onto the roof, or roam on the street level, you have to hide in the shadows in order to not be spotted)
- Great variety of weapons (you are offered variety of different arrows, which allow you to interact with the environment and enemies)
- Many different way to accomplish your Mission/Task (Stealth, Fight, Flight)
- Characters tend to repeat themselves a lot (adding a 5 different things they say instead of 1 would have made it bit more fin if you ask me, something that was done well in METRO)
- Sound Issues, on few occasions I had some Audio distortions, then it went away.
- Upgrade options allow you to upgrade anything at any time (this is nice since you can upgrade any item you like, but it sucks since you do not necessarily know which of those upgrades will help you the most early on) - Tomb Raider allowed for upgrades specific to next chapter, step to make game more fun.
- Chapter/Mission playthrough is not explained well initially which make the user confused about what each weapon can do (unless you discover that feature on your own, or if you get far enough in the Story where it is explained to you 5 hour after you used it initially LOL)
I am enjoing this game a lot, I think $19.95 is a steal for this game. I assume PS4/XBOX ONE version has better graphics so if you can get that version. I am playing PS3 version and I am having a LOT of FUN.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Pretty Good Game. Sometime I get turned around in the Cities but the story and graphics are excellent.Published 13 days ago by Michael
Awesome stealth game!!! Very similar to dishonored!!! Could play it all day!!! A must buy!!!Published 5 months ago by ryan peloquin
I only played this game for about an hour until I got bored. It was fun at first but after a while I stopped playing.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer