Posts Tagged eidos montreal
Thief’s bizarre April Fool’s save “bug” leaves players stranded
Well, this is a strange one. Reports have been flooding in to the Thief Steam forums of a weird and frustrating bug that appears to have triggered on April Fool’s Day.
Thief to get Mantle and TrueAudio support tomorrow
It’s difficult to locate the primary source this story, but both PC Gamer and PC World are reporting that Thief will get the much-touted (at least prior to the game’s release) AMD Mantle support in an update planned for 18 March.
AMD Catalyst 14.2 beta drivers released, performance boosts for Thief
The latest set of 14.2 Catalyst beta drivers are available now from the AMD site.
Thief’s third Stories from The City video contains hilarious voice acting
Oh dear. I sort of wish I’d decided to leave this story for Peter, because I’m getting a little bored of poking fun at Thief.
Thief goes gold, gets Thief 101 trailer to prove it
Thief has gone gold, everyone! Insert your own joke here about how that means Garrett’s going to steal it.
A gathering of Thief screenshots steal in from the dark
With Thief’s release around one month away, Square Enix and co.
Queen of the Beggars detailed in new Thief: Stories from the City vid
Peter and I have been watching the continuing development of Thief with a level of sick fascination not entirely unlike that you might have upon witnessing a car crash.
Thief’s story is Garrett drops a lady in a vortex and is sad
If you’ve been following along with details of Thief‘s story, you may already know that Garrett starts off teamed up with a fellow footpad named Erin.
Thief UI customisation system Garrett-ees a good time
It finally happened, a decision made about Thief by Eidos Montreal that I can’t complain about too much.
Thief developers frantically press X to remove quick time events
We’re almost at the point where I have absolutely no idea how the next Thief game will turn out.
Urine luck: Basso returns to Thief in first Stories from the City trailer
I don’t know, Thief. I just don’t know. You seem so eager to please, with your little references to guys from the original series (this new ‘Stories from the City’ trailer is narrated by a new version of Basso the Boxman) and a clunky attempt to acknowledge its unique linguistic quirks (Garrett is now known as “Taffer” to some, which means his nickname is a term of abuse.) But … it’s not quite working, is it?
Augment Deus Ex: Human Revolution to Director’s Cut for cheap
Back when Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut was dated for the PC, I worried that the retail price would be a bit expensive if you already had the game and DLC.
First Thief gameplay video steps out of the shadows
Garrett gets his first outing in a gameplay video today for the new Thief which is due out on 25 February next year.
Their vision, augmented: Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut dated
Deus Ex: Human Revolution – Director’s Cut has received a PC release date of 25 October.
That’s criminal: Thief trailer displays pre-order Bank Heist mission
If you weren’t sold on Square Enix’s Thief reboot (formerly known as Thi4f, which I will never let them live down) then you’ll be overjoyed to know that you’re going to have to pre-order the game if you want to go on a bank heist.
Eidos Montreal’s new Thief won’t even let you jump when you want to
Not to mince words here, but Eidos Montreal’s new entry in the Thief series is sounding like an unmitigated disaster.
Shadowy sources indicate Thief 4 may be delayed until ‘next gen’
Let’s be up front about this; the substance of this story is about as ethereal as the ghost who haunts the police station in Thief 2.
Abandoned Thief 4 trailer surfaces [Video]
It’s all been silent on Thief 4 front since the game was first announced way back in 2009.