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Submitted by Emilio_Estevez 1023d ago | review

Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time makes a near-perfect getaway on the go (PS Vita) | GameZone Review

GameZone writes:

'A few days ago, I reviewed the PlayStation 3 version of Sly Cooper: Thieves In Time, Sanzaru Games' long-awaited follow-up to Sucker Punch's original trilogy. Despite some lengthy load times and occasional gameplay quirks (SIXAXIS? Really?), it's a worthy successor for the franchise, and one with the opportunity to grow if Sony doesn't mess up the advertising first. But how does the wily thief fare with his debut on the PlayStation Vita? Not bad at all, despite some attempts to incorporate the system's capabilities.' (PS Vita, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time) 8.5/10

remanutd55  +   1023d ago
I love this game!!!! its my favorite psvita game thus far, hey guys have you tried the AR treasure feature yet? thats so cool, after i tried it i have more respect for Sanzaru, sony should buy those guys ASAP.

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