By Tim Colwill on March 1, 2014 at 9:28 am
We put Eidos Montreal’s Thief reboot under the microscope for our in-depth video review, and explain how what starts off as a promising game quickly devolves into a disappointing and confusing mess. Strap yourself in for our 15-minute video review.
By Toby McCasker on January 22, 2014 at 4:09 pm
I went to play Thief recently, where I bumped into games.on.net regent Tim Colwill who was also there to see Thief. Do you know that when Tim goes to things like this he wears a branded games.on.net polo shirt with his name on it? Oh my god it’s hilarious. Anyway so I can’t write about Thief because Tim is presumably going to write about Thief. But there was something else I realised on the day, and unlike most of my waking thoughts it did not feature an army of sentient donut men come to claim us all.
Instead it was the realisation that Square Enix are necromancers. I am quite normal, I assure you.
Eidos Montreal have detailed the PC version of next year’s upcoming Thief reboot, saying that it will “support all the graphical features of the next-gen consoles with numerous improvements”, including “even better anti-aliasing, higher resolution shadows and support for multi-monitor”….