Summary: This isnt a game you'l hear people speaking about online, but don't let that put you off, its fun, its a platformer, it has likable characters, good graphics, and its at a bargain price. A must have game.
Summary: With a colorful lighting improvement in the cel-shading technology, and expansion of movements can now perform other maneuvers such as hide, fight, move with stealth, pick pockets, no doubt remains as much fun as the first is undoubtedly a very good acquisition.
Summary: Perhaps the best game of all time. The feeling you get from playing this game is like no other. Sly 2 is the best sequel of all time, and will be a definite highlight in the PS2 gamelist. In my opinion, Sly 2 is one of the top 3 games of all time, perhaps the best.
Summary: This game diffinetly is a keeper. Much like the first Sly Copper game, you start out as Sly, a stealthy raccon with a hundred tricks up his sleve. As you play you begin to do missions that require some more mucsel or intellegence. This is where Murry and Bently come into play.
Summary: Graphics 5.0 The graphics are still cel but this time round they are for some reason more realistic. Sly is lookin good and bently is the most stylish nerd ive ever seen. Murray has less cowardly attitude this time around Sound 5.0 Good, no, great. As good as the first ones sound.
Summary: The first Sly Cooper game held its own as a stand-alone title from an up and coming company. It was solid but it left a little to be desired in the play time category. Enter "Sly 2: Band of Thieves.
Excerpt: Sly Cooper and his gang return, this time to collect the shattered pieces of Clockwerk to prevent his ressurection. Of course, along the way there are treasures to be stolen, pockets to be picked, and Inspector Carmelita Fox and her sidekick Neyla to avoid (or possibly ask out).
Pros: Excellent gameplay, good level design and a real challenge
Cons: Some awkward camera work, precision control required