Reviews and Problems with Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine
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Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine Review – PC
29 July 2013
Excerpt: As the PC continues to overtake consoles and dominate the world of gaming, one thing is clear; indie game developers are leading the charge and games like Monaco: What’s Yours Is Mine are the reason that consoles, as we know them, will be extinct within five years.
Excerpt: It may seem like Monaco: What's Yours is Mine is a game that came literally out of nowhere, but it's got quite the history. The unique title from Pocket Watch Games took first place in the Independent Games Festival back in 2010 and has been in production for a much wider release for the last two...
Review: Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine pulls off a damn fine heist
13 June 2013
Excerpt: Successfully pulling off a heist is never an easy feat. There are many intricacies and factors to take into account when you’re planning on robbing a place clean or busting out an imprisoned partner in crime.
Conclusion: Single player is fun, but it is in multiplayer that Monaco really shines. Up to four players can take part in a mission, each taking on different roles. The difference here being that if one player goes down, other players can go and revive them.
Conclusion: Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine is a great cooperative experience, both when playing stealthily or when playing chaotically. When going at it alone, it can be a bit tough and you're practically forced to make "safe" choices like the Cleaner or the Mole, but it's still quite enjoyable and requires a bit...
Pros: +Fun co-op experience, +Great concept and mechanics, +Impressive visuals, +Lots of varied classes
Cons: -Single-player missions can be a bit too hard, -AI has a few glitches
Conclusion: Achievements 4/5 Overview Despite the levels now being ridiculously hard, I continue to play Monaco due to it's fantastic and thrilling gameplay as well as the constant challenge (even if all my friends have given up on it) Fun, challenging and always changing, Monaco is a sound well rounded game...
Conclusion: Monaco is a co-op experience not to be missed—meticulously designed, artistically unique, and delightfully entertaining.
Pros: Easy to jump in stealth action with challenging and rewarding stages. Incredibly fun with friends. Old-school heist movie charm. Great play between audio and visuals. Eight entertaining characters.
Cons: Experience varies depending on people you find to play with. Sometimes the gameplay abandons stealth for frantic running to get coins.
How Monaco is eight times better than any other heist game
Quarter to Three
1 May 2013
Excerpt: As we all know, asymmetry makes all game designs better. Which is one of the reasons chess isn’t very good. The only asymmetry they had invented back when they made chess was which side goes first. Weak. If I made chess, only white would get bishops and only black would get rooks.