Posts Tagged Thief
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?
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.
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.
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.
Bit of a steal: Thief series going cheap on GOG this weekend
Would you like to own three (well, there’s some debate about the third, but at least two) great Thief titles before Square Enix ruins it with a reboot in which Garrett only has periodic control over his legs?
System Shock 2 roundtable interview with developers Jon Chey and Dorian Hart
IncGamers invited two of the original developers on System Shock 2, Jon Chey (Project Manager / Creature Behaviour and AI) and Dorian Hart (Numbers Balancing / Level Design,) to replay and discuss the game.
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.
IncGamers Podcast #127
There’s a certain air of criminality about this week’s podcast. Yet again there’s a clue to Grand Theft Auto V’s appearance on PC (we know, sorry,) while in the penny-grabbing world of Thief it’s discovered that Garrett won’t be able to use his legs on demand any more.
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.
Garrett asks if you missed him in the Thief E3 trailer
The new Thief has to be one of the most anticipated titles being released by Square and Eidos Montreal.
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.