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Submitted by Auran 622d ago | opinion piece

Monaco: All The Sneaking, None Of The Frustration

Stealth games have always had one major problem: when you’re caught, you’re dead. This makes sense, in a way – if your character was strong enough, or well-equipped enough, to battle enemies directly, what would be the point of stealth? Is Monaco any different? (Monaco, PC)

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