PlayStation LifeStyle writes:
"The production values are high, the graphics are incredible, and the physics interactions are addictive to watch. Though there is some noticeable LOD (level of detail) pop in at times, the framerate stays rock solid during even the most intense combat situations. Sucker Punch has taken the core concepts they established with Sly Cooper on the PS2 and matured them. This is evident in the platforming, more than anything. Cole's journey is very lengthy, yet never feels overdrawn or misdirected. There's enough freedom in the story progression that you feel both liberated and comfortable in how you decide to push through the story. The Karma system only serves to enhance this, making every runthrough unique. This is one of the best game releases of the year, and secures Sucker Punch's reputation as an innovative and incredibly talented development team."