Summary: The old Sly Cooper magic just isn't here. I really wanted to love this game, and I played through the entire HD collection about 6-12 months before buying this and I liked those 3 games a lot.
Summary: I am a longtime Sly Cooper fan, as I'm sure many others are that bought this game. However, I am pretty disappointed. This isn't a bad game, per se, but in my eyes it doesn't reach the level of the PS2 games. STORY: The game starts off with pages of the Thevious Racconnus magically disappearing.
Summary: This is a good game and mixes things well sometimes but I on a few occasions had to push myself to continue to play it. It looks fantastic, the voice overs are well done, and the environments you go to through time traveling is creative.
Summary: First Sly Cooper game I've played and while I enjoy it, It's not really keeping my interest. Love the cross-buy and cross-play functions though as getting the vita version with the ps3 version and being able to cloud save is a really cool feature and allows me to play the game at home or on the...
Summary: Good day, there is nothing exciting or new about this game. Same moves, tricks, scenarios and gameplay. If you like the hack and slash and basic puzzle solving game that is Sly, then go for it. But wait for the price to go down.
Summary: I always loved the original Sly trilogy, so when I saw there was a new game out I took very little convincing to buy it. This new game updates the game style of graphics a lot, and while I really enjoyed the old style, I did enjoy the new styling of the game play characters (particularly Murry).