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Thief PS4 collectables guide part 1 – Unique loot locations

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at 06:12pm February 28 2014
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Here’s the first of a few guides to help you find Theif’s collectables on PS4. First up here’s the location of all the Unique Loot in the game, including how to get the elusive Golden Keep.

Thief PS4 beginner tips – steal the advantage with our PS4 guide

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at 01:07pm February 27 2014
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Here’s a few Thief beginner tips on PS4 to guide you through your first few hours as a tea-leaf. There’s a range of general thieving help, combat pointers and some other crucial tricks you’ll want to know before you start picking your first pocket or two.

Thief PS4 review & gameplay – Brave but bare-bones reboot shows the strife of crime

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at 02:00pm February 24 2014
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One half of you can take down the ticker tape. The other half can call off the firing squad. Against all odds, Eidos Montreal’s Thief reboot has managed to slink between nostalgia-flavoured excellence on one side and forumite-death-threat-incurring disaster on the other, dodging both to arrive safely at, “yeah, quite good.”

Thief PS4 screens – close up on a life of crime

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at 03:31pm January 24 2014
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To go with our Thief hands on and gameplay preview Square has released a bunch of screens showing Garratt’s world, jobs in progress and a few interesting characters that have ‘bad guy’ written all over them.

New Thief PS4 gameplay & preview – how’s Garrett’s return shaping up?

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at 02:20pm January 24 2014
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In its current state, Thief doesn’t make a lot of sense. I’m not talking about the cartoonishly evil villains who shoot lackeys in the face for sport (good lackeys are hard to find), or Garrett’s incongruous aversion to murder but total readiness to rob the City’s starving poor of their last copper coin. What doesn’t make sense is how two­ and­ a ­half years after Deus Ex: Human Revolution, developers Eidos Montreal have made a game that ­ less than a month before release has taken several steps backwards from Adam Jensen’s excellent cyberpunk stealth­-em-­up.

Thief’s PS4 imagining wins on style but lacks the options of modern stealther Dishonored

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at 12:33pm December 12 2013
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The strange thing with Thief on PS4 is, having Garrett perform third-person takedowns and search for loot using the now ubiquitous focus mode (seriously, Square, what gives? Court-ordered mandate?) doesn’t feel all that wrong.

New Deus Ex game coming to PS4, part of “Deus Ex Universe”

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at 10:08am October 3 2013
Deus Ex Universe PS4

Eidos Montreal’s only gone and announced a new Deus Ex game, haven’t they? What would be unbridled enthusiasm is muddied slightly by the fact its announcement is part of Deus Ex Universe, which appears to be a whole host of DLC, mobile games and graphic novels built around the core next-gen game. Will these dilute the core Deus Ex-perience, or augment it?

Thief on PS4 – new screens, & details on how it uses the controller & lightbar

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at 05:07pm September 24 2013
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Thief producer Stephane Roy has spilled a few new details on the PS4 version of the game. Specifically what’s possible on PlayStation 4 that current gen can’t do, as well as DualShock 4 motion control, light bar and Share button features.

Thief developer on PS4: “Sony really wants to convince the priority is a gaming console. Gaming for them is the key”

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at 03:03pm July 3 2013
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Thief on PS4 is one of the most exciting stealth games since a mustached pensioner snuck his ludicrously toned rear end into a Foxhound body suit. We chatted to project lead Stephane Roy at Ubisoft Montreal during E3, where he discussed the challenges of balancing hyper realistic AI with making a title fun. As you’ll see, he’s also thrilled Sony is placing the emphasis on games first and foremost with PS4.

Thief preview: stealth royalty reboot gives you options

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at 12:26pm July 2 2013
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Like a pack of nefarious Vice Versas, Thief is a game full of contrasts. The very rich abusing the destitutes, in pitch-black streets dotted with bright candlelight, made up of ancient structures next to industrial-era digs – okay, you get the picture.

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