Posts Tagged Thief 4
Square Enix’s Humble Bundle gets its bonus games, more games on sale
If you fancy Murdered: Soul Suspect, Nu-Thief, or Hitman: Blood Money, the Square Enix Humble Bundle (and Humble Store sale) have you covered.
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.
Thief PC system requirements revealed
With the new Thief just around the corner, Eidos Montreal has revealed exactly what you will need to guide Garret on his journey.
Thief pre-orders now on Steam
The time has come to part with your cash if the next Thief is something you’re looking forwards to.
Going for your wallet: Thief dated for February
Square Enix has announced that Thief will be released on 25 February 2014 in the US, and 28 February in Europe.
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.
Thief screenshots sneak out of the darkness
We’re still a little uncertain as to whether or not Thief (or Thief 4, or Thi4f, or Thifourf) will actually be any good, considering the rumours of development troubles and the slightly troubling displays of Garrett murdering a number of people in slow-motion, but we’re hopeful that these don’t really matter.
Why Thief 4’s decision to drop Stephen Russell is a big mistake
Let’s start with a statement that should be obvious: I want Thief 4 to be amazing.
Monaco dev: Thief 4’s tagline infingement is “pretty funny”
If you’ve watched the latest Thief 4 video, you may have noticed the tagline “What’s yours is mine” popping up at the end.
Thoroughly expert analysis of the Thief 4 teaser video
Hello, I am a legitimate Thief series expert. I’ve even finished the first two games on “expert” difficulty, so, you see, that proves it beyond any reasonable doubt.
Thief 4 finally steps into the light, now just called ‘Thief’
Some of us have been waiting a long time for this one.
A Tribute to Sitting Still: The Stealth Games of 2012
Thief: The Dark Project was the first title to teach me the effectiveness of a simple, subverted concept.
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.
IncGamers Podcast #82
If, as The Shamen sang, “E’s are good” then surely three of them must be even better?