Worth Playing: "Monaco: What's Yours is Mine is another great example of the indie game scene's popularity in recent years. Even though thievery as a multiplayer party concept has been done before, the execution and focus on simplicity over complexity is nearly unmatched. The concept is explored wonderfully, with an emphasis on cooperative play due to the different classes and less of an emphasis on griefing. It even manages to distill that primarily multiplayer experience into a single-player one that remains very playable, though less fun than co-op. With a low barrier of entry as far as hardware is concerned because of the simplified graphics and sound, it remains accessible to a wide audience and almost ensures that the community will be large. If you're looking for a good party game that is very different from the norm, don't hesitate to snatch up this title."