Tin Salamunic: Thief is a perfect example of why I never trust aggregate scores. With a Metacritic average of 69 (PC), I expected a flawed, disappointing, and underwhelming venture, yet what I experienced with Eidos Montreal’s latest resurrection of Garrett the master thief was anything but. While the reboot doesn't redefine stealth by any means, nor does it raise the bar any higher than what we’ve seen in Dishonored, It’s still a remarkably immersive, gorgeous, and fun adventure that’s only held back by annoying load times and odd design quirks. Eidos’ revival of the long forgotten classic is quite impressive, even if some of the charm and challenge is lost along the way. Whether you’re a franchise veteran or newcomer, Thief is a treat for anyone who enjoys slipping through darkness and looting everything in sight.