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Submitted by Sako 139d ago | review

Thief Review - Eskimo Press

Stalking the city streets in the Thief reboot is a bit of a mixed bag. At times you’ll feel like a master thief as you sneak past enemy patrols and grab everything that isn’t nailed down, but often you’ll feel like a common thug when the game forces you into scenarios where the only non frustrating way to advance is to simply knock everyone out. As a stealth game Thief mostly succeeds, but there are a lot of things that keep it from achieving its full potential. (PC, PS3, PS4, Thief, Xbox 360, Xbox One) 6/10

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