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To catch a hit with 'Thief,' Eidos Montreal needs patience | The Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail: "Unlike music, movies and books, video games aren’t a medium that ages well. Often, what makes them unique is tied to the technology of their respective day. Just as with the other media, gamers can have rosy recollections of their past experiences, even if those games probably wouldn’t hold up well by modern standards.

That’s the big challenge Eidos Montreal has been facing in revamping the old Thief franchise (a new game is due out next year for next-generation Xbox One and PlayStation 4 consoles)." (PC, PS3, PS4, Thief, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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