Reviews and Problems with Monaco: What's Yours Is Mine
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5 April 2014
Summary: Yet another excellent indie couch co-op centric game. The retro pixel art is great, the multiple player types allow for a lot of stealth options. Recommended for anyone who likes stealth and can do couch co-op.
Summary: I'm glad so many people have really enjoyed this game. I end up feeling like there is something wrong with me for feeling like it is mediocre at best. I applaud the attempt to do something different. For my couch-surfing multiplayer sessions I think I'll be more likely to fire up Spelunky.
Summary: Ok so this is only my first impressions of the game This is based off the first about 30 min my friend and I played this game. Most of my review is just my opinion anyway. It is a great game I absolutely love it but at some parts and for some achievements co op is forced which i get but you know every now and then I just want to play a heist game like this solo (I love heist games). Also I felt quite rushed by the timer.
Summary: The game seems pretty cool, but I could never connect to a multiplayer game. Company blames Steam for the problem, yet I have DOZENS of games that play just fine within the Steam cloud. What little I played before I found multiplayer was hosed and I couldn't play with my friends seemed pretty good. So if you're lucky and MP works for you, it's probably a good game. Only reason I'm not giving it a 1.
Summary: The early levels are great, especially with friends manic, tricky and fun to negotiate. Unfortunately, it's one of those games where the developers didn't know how to ramp up the difficulty level without sapping the fun completely. In a multi-player, once one of you dies in the middle of one of the frequently occurring laser net death-traps, you essentially can't finish the level, since anyone attempting to restore the dead player is themselves killed.
Summary: Fantastic 80's movie style heist game. Wonderfully simple story following 4 (grows to 8) characters who are trying to escape from Monaco, but must complete increasingly complex heists to accomplish this. From stealing passports to cleaning out a bank vault, and even robbing a prince of his prized jewels, the game never fails to present a challenge.
Summary: One of the best Indie games I've played so far, and probably the best game to deliver the thrill of a successful robbery (or an unsuccessful one) in video game format since Sly Cooper and his friends. Kudos to the developers for taking the time and effort to bring us such a fun co-op experience, without losing any of it's heart when played by yourself.
Summary: I've noticed a couple glitches but overall for an arcade game this is really great. I've read that on PC it's even better so if you're a PC gamer go with that. I'd say that as a coop game (live coop) it's one of the best since some of the earlier XBLA games.