Thief is a stealth action video game developed by Eidos Montreal, the makers of Deus Ex: Human Revolution, and published by Square Enix.
The game serves as a reboot of the classic stealth franchise, in spite of being the fourth entry in the series overall.
Which game did not delivered on the promise?
Disappointment after disappointment.
Tomb Raider Definitive Edition, Final Fantasy X | X-2 HD Remaster and Thief apparently did well.
Eidos Montreal's first person sneaker emerges from the shadows in less than spectacular fashion.
We have some awesome stuff to giveaway!
Meanwhile, GTA5 finally leaves the top ten.
A complete guide for Thief.
A complete video walkthrough for Thief.
Stephane Roy says Eidos Montreal did its homework with the game.
"You are going to have a PC version, not a port."
Never stop sneaking.
To thief or not to thief?
You'll need really good eyes to see the difference though.
Everything you need to know about Thief.
Garrett's return looks incredibly slick.
This highly specific video takes you in depth with a very specific aspect of the upcoming game.
Beware for spoilers though.
Garrett's got the moves.
Studio currently has "the best team we could have to make the game we want to make."
Level designer Steven Gallagher also talks about the length of the campaign.
Eidos Montreal is taking the PC platform very seriously for Thief.
We speak to Eidos Montreal about their upcoming first person sneaker.
Lead level designer Daniel Windfeld-Schmidt also talks about staying true to the original's essence.
"The PC version will support all the graphical features of the next-gen consoles with numerous improvements"
This, despite it being present in "very few instances".
Some gameplay screens from Thief have been released.
New footage looks intriguing.
Negative fan reaction responsible for overhauling the XP system.
And it is looking solid.
Once a thief, always a thief.
Exclusive mission pays tribute to classic styled Thief gameplay.
The first person sneaker finally gets a launch date.
That's how Garrett rolls.
Rather, as producer Stephane Roy puts it, it's about being a part of the city.
To release simultaneously across all platforms in 2014.
No going Call of Duty here.
Garrett the Master Thief
Lot of good games here.
To be available for PS4 and PC as well in 2014.
Eidos Montreal producer Stephane Roy talks about how once again graphics alone don't make a game.
Going for a "more nuanced" approach as far as thieving goes.
60 fps suited only for certain genres.
The world of Thief comes to gritty life.
What's yours will become his soon enough.
Will the people who enjoyed the first three games, enjoy this one?
Game director Nick Cantin tells us everything to know about the new mechanic.
However, in the name of stealth, it didn't quite work out.
This is a better explanation from the game director.
The game could be good.
In spirit, but not in function, it would be really cool to see the following evolved further.
Garrett returns to a plague infested City and steals stuff. So not much has changed.
The long-awaited sequel has finally been revealed.
First screenshots maybe?
There are long shots - and then there are dreams that come true.
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