Thief: Deadly Shadows PC Game Review

Thief: Lethal Shadows PC Recreation Evaluation



Thief: Lethal Shadows is an action-adventure stealth online game developed by Ion Storm Inc. for Microsoft Home windows and Xbox in 2004, on Could 25 in North America, and on June 11 in Europe. It’s the third entry within the Thief sequence of video video games.

In Thief: Lethal Shadows the participant takes the function of Garrett, a grasp thief. It’s set in a fantasy world resembling a cross between the Late Center Ages and the Victorian period, with extra superior applied sciences interspersed. One of many sport’s main new options was the flexibility to discover the Metropolis. Whereas earlier video games despatched Garrett straight from mission to mission, Thief: Lethal Shadows permits him to stroll the Metropolis streets between missions the place he can steal from passersby, spy on the townspeople’s day by day lives, and seek for sidequests along with main story missions. The sport additionally launched a capability to change between first and third individual views, and to flatten in opposition to partitions.

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25 thoughts on “Thief: Lethal Shadows PC Recreation Evaluation

  1. Cool, gonna sit here & watch, I've been uploading Max Payne & Sleeping Dogs, Commentary Videos, but I finally got around to checking out Thief,
    I've had it for 2 years in my Steam library, & now after I watch your video, I'm going record some gameplay, see if I can encounter some funny things in game to add as shorts in videos.
    I just did the training, & the back story of this game is intriguing.

  2. Rope arrows?
    I fucking hated those
    I hated their placements
    Their physics
    And their absolute need to complete a mission
    Thank god they were replaced by the gloves and Script arrows in 4-th game

  3. Played both the first two Thief games before this one and for me The Deadly Shadows is by far the best out of them all. I still love this game and often still play around on it.

  4. I bought Thief 3 on accident and I tried it and didn't really like it but I was young back then but I always wanted to like it, after watching this video I'm gonna give it another try, hopefully i'll enjoy it

  5. Overall Thief DS was a good game despite some issues and the last with Stephen Russell's voice as Garrett.
    Thief reboot was a overall disaster and EM don't have any plans it seems to make another. I wish they will sell this franchise to another developer that can do it justice. Perhaps Arkane Studios that made Dishonored. That game was excellent and had some Thief like similarities. Even 'Dishonored 2' has Stephen Russell doing the voice of Corvo.

  6. Ahh… My very first PC game <3 Was about 10-ish, and had no prior experience with the Thief franchise. Sufficed to say, Shalebridge Cradle was a truly traumatic experience and my very first real introduction to horror, which came out of nowhere. Good to know I wasn't the only wimp in town!

  7. I've been playing this game after finishing thief 2. I see where the criticism comes from, though I've been enjoying this game, and feel this game doesn't deserve the hate. The levels are simplified, controls are wonky, rope arrows were my favorite :(, the game is easier and it's buggy. But I like it.

  8. I have always loved this game, and I lost count how many times I've played it over the years. No, it wasn't the same as the first 2 games, but it was just as entertaining. I also loved Deus Ex: Invisible War just as much, and I have both that game and Deadly Shadows on both PC and old Xbox.

  9. Ahh how I love thee
    Edit:
    Also the main flaws from thief deadly shadows come from the fact that the project was really rushed and as razorfist said what was had to be done with a scalpel was done with a jackhammer, so I am thankful that at least we got a conclusion to the thief franchise with this one.
    also on another fun note this game at its time was a freaking resource hub of good examples for the gaming industry even when it was rushed.

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