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If you loved Dishonored you'll love Thief! Unlike in Dishonored where you can choose to just kill everyone in combat relatively easily due to your magic and sword/gun; in Thief you are at a sever disadvantage if you try to go into combat. You can do it in one on one situations but taking on multiple enemies at ones is nearly impossible. This game truly pushes you to be patient and use Rogue characteristics. Very fun game.
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This game is a RENTAL game for sure. The only way I would buy this game would be on the next gen system and majorly cheap like 4.99.
This game could of been so much more, but it just feels like repetition of robbing the same things over and over again, rob a desk (check), rob a safe (check), check a painting for a trigger (check), check book case (check) Repeat over and over again without trying to get bored.
The Xbox 360 version is so muddy the graphics are sooooo bad. Half the time I thought I was on the old Xbox. There was one cut scene where the lip synch was completely off, perhaps a glitch. Another cut scene had the one guys head not on his body completely it was very glitchy, how the Q & A people missed this is beyond me.
There needs to be more loot to sell. Rather than just jobs or collectables in the game. Also there needs to be a fast travel rather then going all the way back to one area through 5 different area's. The map isn't interactive either and when you look at your loot you can't zoom in turn it around or anything. You just get to look at it and that's it. Very pointless.
This game could of been epic, but sadly it's not. I am giving it a 4. Cause some of the story is pretty interesting.