Thief Reviews

Whether you are heartbroken or merely disappointed by Thief’s muddled sense of self will depend on exactly how invested you are in PC gaming’s creation myth. This is a decent stealth game that feels nice to play, and that’ll be enough for many – and if you feared the worst, you can rest a little easier. But the thing about evading disaster is that sometimes greatness slips away too.

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Thief maintains the strengths of its stealth-centric predecessors and offers plenty in the way of actual thievery, but don’t expect any fun, new gameplay mechanics or an enchanting story in this reboot.

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For now, though: Thief is a woeful disappointment, a bowl of stealth gruel best pushed aside in favor of tastier fare. Let it sit, let it grow cold, and let it be rinsed away.

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Thief has good stealth going for it, but everything connecting its few relatively open scenarios is a mess.

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As you push closer to the truth over the game’s eight story chapters, the narrative loses all focus, the mystical mumbo jumbo takes over, and you’re left with no real sense of closure.

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