Reviews and Problems with Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves
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Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves (PS2)
14 July 2006
Excerpt: Let me just get this out of the way: the Sly series is Assassin’s Creed for kids (or, since Sly came first, Assassin’s Creed is Sly for adults). Either way, my need for stealthy action is fulfilled, but with Sly I don’t have to worry about people walking in while I’m murdering the Pope.
Excerpt: Sly Cooper 3: Honor Among Thieves continues the story of everyone's favorite furry thief. Not only does Sly 3 continue the story, but it also continues the line's cartoon-styled graphics, sarcastic characters and all around fun. Each character and location looks just as good as they have in the past, if not better. Sly, Carmelita, Bentley and Murray all come across just as sleek and stylish as they ever have. The free-roaming worlds are also large and full of detail.
Excerpt: Sly Cooper and gang return to action in Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves. If you’ve played the first two games in the series, then the gameplay will be pretty familiar to you. This is certainly not a bad thing as Sly 3’s predecessors were excellent games. However, the addition of a few new playable characters and some 3D sequences has not really changed the game much from last year’s Sly 2.
Excerpt: Sly Cooper has been the odd man out for the past few years in the vault of Sony Computer Entertainment of AmericaÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s platformers. Ratchet & Clank, along with Jak & Daxter have been the lead franchises for SonyÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s platforming image. While Ratchet & Clank is my personal favorite of the three, Sly 3 comes into 2005 with no competition. In that regard, Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves is the best platformer of the year on any platform.
Excerpt: Embora semelhante ao episódio anterior, Sly 3 é dos melhores títulos natalícios para a PS2. A Sony e Sucker Punch voltaram à carga com mais uma dose de Sly. Como vem sendo habitual na série, estamos perante uma aventura de grande qualidade... que peca por ser fácil demais.