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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 622d ago | interview

Sanzaru Games' President Talks 'Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time' Development

MTV:Sanzaru Games may be a relatively new developer, having only been around for the last five years or so, but Sony has bestowed upon them a huge vote of confidence, entrusting them with one of their first party franchises, Sly Cooper. Thieves In Time is Sly's first outing in almost eight years, as well as his debut on the PlayStation 3 and Vita (not counting his appearances in PlayStation Move Heroes and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale). While most of the game remains true to its PlayStation 2 predecessors, this caper is going to send Sly and his friends through time to help restore order to the Cooper clan. We had a chance to ask Sanzaru Games' President Glen Egan some questions about the release, and got some insight into the development process of Sly's latest, and highly-anticipated heist, Thieves in Time. (PS Vita, PS3, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time)

R_aVe_N  +   622d ago
I have to give these guys mad props for holding true to the Sly Cooper play elements. Really glad they didnt water down what Sly Cooper was to make it mainstream like some of these reviewers wanted.
Minato-Namikaze  +   622d ago
My copy should be arriving tomorrow :)
Blank  +   622d ago
I have a feeling that this game will end up being overlooked or an underappreciated gem as this year goes on what a shame so in short I ask I did my part, did you??
remanutd55  +   622d ago
Sony should add these guys to their first party repertoire and make them an exclusive psvita developers, they did an outstanding job with Sly Cooper Thieves in Time.
ziggurcat  +   622d ago
why wasn't it sucker punch developing this game?

at any rate, it's been purchased, and i've begun playing it.
SandWitch  +   621d ago
Sucker Punch is working on the next-gen project

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