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In the mid '90s, Looking Glass Studios innovated on the FPS genre by creating a slow-placed stealth game fraught with tension. The game won numerous awards and was praised by critics, but does this innovative title still hold up a decade and a half later? We find out.
Watch Andrew Reiner, Ben Hanson, Dan Ryckert, and I stumble through one of Thief's early levels. Then stay tuned as the final four duke it our in our Replay Showdown.
Also be sure to check out our month of cover story coverage for Eidos-Montreal's upcoming Thief reboot.
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Alright. I guess I can watch you guys "stubble" through a game. I think stumbling might be more entertaining though.
Congrats to the Showdown winners. I would be happy to see either of those games as a Super Replay. However, for the sake of competition, I will pull for Ben Reeves and Grim Fandango!
Holy Diver, that last Showdown... that was INTENSE!
Well their goes the best game in the competition. Sorry Reiner.
GAAAAHHHHH, I really wanted to see Reiner win! Ben, I really want you to try your hardest in the final round, I don't want to see a Super Replay of Ninja Gaiden!!!!!!
TEAM BEN! (I wanted reiner realy!)
Grim Fandango is going to the finals!
Somebody, please email Tim S. about this!
GD Reiner. GD.
I loved the pokemon stadium chocie. So tense. Balloon fight went better than I expected, mostly because it was such a close match. I'm glad you fixed Reiner's controller instead of just handing the victory over.
Aww man... I was hoping for Indigo Prophecy :-(
I was hoping for Reiner to win.
I really don't want to see Ninja Gaiden as a Super Replay... >_<