Tag "Thief"

Eidos Montreal shop now open with lots of Thief & Deus Ex goodies

When I play a game I really like, there are times I wish I could wear a shirt or rock some of the outfits I see in the game. Sadly

Thief review: Square Enix’s reboot comes out of the shadows

In 1998, Looking Glass Studios created Thief: The Dark Project, the highly-praised first-person stealth game released under Eidos. Thief 2: The Metal Age continued the tradition and the story. The

CES 2014: Square Enix’s ‘Thief’ preview

During CES 2014, Nerd Reactor was invited to the AMD Tent outside of the convention center to meet with some of the Eidos Montréal team and test out their newest

The Incredible Corpse – Kickstarter

In my previous experience playing indie games and investing time in learning and being involved as a developer in that industry, it never ceases to amaze me how much passion

Oooh, a Thief 4 CG trailer to get you pumped!

Thief is a reboot being developed by Deus Ex: Human Revolution’s Eidos Montreal. I was able to check out the gameplay walkthrough during E3 2013, and it’s shaping up to

Eidos Montreal founder resigns amid issues with Square

  Eidos Montreal founder and general manager Stephane D’Astous has informed press that he has resigned from his company as of this past Friday, according to a report on Polygon. In

E3 2013: Thief first impressions

I stopped by Square Enix and checked out a live demo of Thief. The gameplay reminded me of a mix between Assassin’s Creed and Prince of Persia for some reason.

Square’s ‘A Realm Reborn’ Preview Event

Well, this night was something else! A couple NR members and myself were lucky enough to be invited to Square Enix’s “Reborn” event, where we had a chance to see

Thief gets an E3 CG trailer

Here’s an E3 2013 trailer for Thief, also known as Thief 4. Yes, it’s another pre-rendered CG trailer, but I enjoy these. It’s only disappointing when the final game looks

My time in the shadows: Reflections of a former thief

I can still remember quietly slinking down alleyways of The City, hiding in shadow, eavesdropping on the often inane conversations of the Hammerite Guards. I remember sneaking into a room,