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Eidos-Montréal’s latest reboot Thief, has gone gold just a few weeks prior to its release here in Australia. A new trailer titled ‘Thief 101′ has been released to commemorate this achievement.
The trailer which you can view below, details everything you need to know about Thief. Characters, the game’s story, included features and gameplay elements.
In addition to the game going gold producer, Roy Stephane explained:
“It’s a wrap, Thief is gold. It’s nearly time for the fans to fall in love with Thief all over again, and time for newcomers to finally see what all the fuss is about. Thief is one of the founding-fathers of the stealth genre; we’re proud to have worked on such a well-loved series and proud to say; Garrett, the Master Thief is back.”
My love for this game has grown
I’ve only recently purchased Dark Souls and poured about 20+ hours of my life into it which pales in comparison to the 100+ or even 500+ hours I know some other people have. With a lack of story that players must figure out for themselves by talking to NPC’s and exploring the environment, there seems to be so much more to Dark Souls than the difficulty.
Whilst a lot of gamers love the challenge it provides, I felt as if there was always something else that lured me into the world of Lordran. Something that was left in the finer details of the game.
Traditional cops and robbers
Reviewing Need for Speed Rivals was sadly a frustrating experience for me. Repeatedly the game would crash as I completed my final objectives; when I restarted the game I was forced to repeat the objectives and endure the lengthy EA Online log in process over and over again. There is only so much a man can endure.
Based on my research it would seem that most of the community aren’t suffering the same problems. As such, the majority of my review is based more on early impressions of the game and its potential.
All of the lights
Gaming peripherals are fast becoming a common fixture in many homes, no longer the staple of the hardcore gamer, new feature packed and affordably priced keyboards are emerging aimed at giving PC users access to quality products that can be used for so much more than typing.
The Apex Gaming Keyboard from SteelSeries is one such keyboard, armed with a plethora of programmable keys, 5 independent lighting zones and a built in USB hub this keyboard is aggressively positioned with both the gaming and productivity markets in its sights.
Now this review was conducted on two separate machines to test the various strengths and weaknesses of the keyboard, this keyboard was also compared to the stock keyboard in my Macbook Pro and my own keyboard a Logitech G110.
Looks great, sounds great, they must be great
As somewhat of an audiophile I take my headphones seriously and at any one time I will have between 3 and 4 pairs that I use on a regular basis for different purposes. Enter the Siberia Elite from SteelSeries a pair of very high-end gaming headphones that could almost make me consider having only one pair of headphones.