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Submitted by MikeEaton 633d ago | review

Monaco: What's Yours is Mine Review - Twinfinite

Mike writes, "Classic films like Heat and Ocean's Eleven present the vicarious thrill of pulling off an impossible heist and getting away scot free (well, maybe not so much in the case of the former), and recent games have tried to emulate that feeling. GTA, Kane and Lynch, and Payday have all attempted to capture the delicate balance between teamwork and self-preservation with heist gameplay, but it's ironically an indie game with rudimentary graphics that has managed to crack this code and deliver an experience comes as close as a game ever has to capturing the true essence of the genre." (Monaco, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

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