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Thief preview: Deadly Shadows that move | EuroGamer

EuroGamer: "If you're a Thief fan retching at the sound of Garrett's contemporary makeover, however, don't get too worked up. At least not yet. There are definitely things here that you're going to react to with a certain amount of scepticism - I was the same - but Eidos Montreal has earned the benefit of the doubt with its confident handling of Deus Ex, and once you start peeling back the carefully staged Thief press demo and asking these guys questions about it, there's a lot to be encouraged about." (PC, PS4, Thief, Xbox One)

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