1: Terrible, just one long scavenger hunt with a wimpy biss at the end, plus you get killed in one to two hits, and the coins are only used for lives, no cool gadgets!
2: Good, like one but with more save points and much improved scenery, you actually feel like playing it and looking for bottles. And you can use your coinage for cool gear! Plus you can play as all three! Awesome!
3: Basically a step up from 2, now with minigames!
Still a very good game and worth it if you like sly cooper, cannot wait for sly cooper 4
Am an older gamer (25 years old) and I missed this when it came out on PS2. I will say that you have to have a little bit of kid in you to play and enjoy this game. The best analogy I can come up with for how the story is.... its like a shrek movie with how it uses adult innuendos and suggestiveness. (I felt like I had to get this point out of the way because it might be too cartoonish for some, but I asume if you rent this you are already expecting that.)
Graphics- It feels like you are playing an interactive saturday morning cartoon.
Gameplay- The many different gameplay mechanics is what makes this series standout, this really shows in the Sly 3 game which I enjoyed the most. It has an Ocean's 11 feel to it that is really cool.
Length- Combined together, all three games will give you a total of 36 hours atleast (Just playing through the story one time on each game).
I really enjoyed all 3 games because it broke up the monotony of all the shooters I've been playing at the end of 2010.
Great rent, a nice complimentary game if you have a 2-3 disc gamefly plan.
This is a fun collection of games to play. While the game style is somewhat dated (feels retro which it is) it still holds up well to current game releases. I'd suggest a rent and a buy if you loved the originals.
1) Graphics are good
2) Controls are tight
3) Gameplay is fun
4) Great value with 3 full games and unlockable mini-games
1) one thing that stood out to me were the checkpoints were spread out more than current games (actually annoyed me as I don't like doing things over again)