Thursday, May 26, 2016

Thief Trainer v1.3

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Let's get this out of the way right off the bat - Thief is not a bad game. It's entertaining and satisfying as hell to plan out and pull off the perfect heist. Yes, Thief does a lot right, and that's why it's so maddening that it takes so many shortcuts and delivers an uneven experience. For every time the gameplay is thrilling and you find yourself feeling like the master Thief you're supposed to be, there's three or four times that the game fails to deliver on some of it's most basic promises. A boring and sometimes incoherent story made and some questionable design choices add up to make Thief an entertaining but ultimately disappointing stlth experience.
This new reboot of Thief casts players once again in the snky shoes of master Thief Garret as he attempts to stl from just about anyone he can. The plot is pretty lackluster and finds Garret returning to his hometown, crtively named The City and trying to stl from everyone he can while going up against the evil Baron (yep, again a crtive name). I'd love to tell you what happened throughout the entire narrative but to be honest I got so bored with it all that I ended up skipping a good 90 percent of the cut scenes and dialogue. I tried, I rlly did, but I found myself not caring about any of characters or events presented to me over the course of Thief's campaign, even when they were supposed to be big and game changing.
" much of it is recycled from other titles."
You'll hide in the shadows, run across rooftops and everything else you've come to expect in the stlth re, and that's part of the problem. When the original Thief was relsed over a decade ago, the whole concept of stlth was new and novel, but a lot has happened over the course of that decade and we've seen games like Splinter Cell and Dised change the way we play the re. Thief seems unconcerned with bringing anything new to the table and is content with just recycling the same ids that it, and other games have done better in the past. By the time you rlly get into the mt of Thief, you'll feel as if you've been playing it forever since so much of it is recycled from other titles.
That being said, it's still incredibly satisfying to plan and carry out the perfect score. You'll have a of options in every scenario and you'll often have to try them out via trial and error but it's still wildly entertaining when it all works out. Thanks to a shadow meter in the bottom right corner of the screen, you'll know just when you're hidden and when you better rethink your plan. Even though a lot of it has been borrowed or recycled, there's still a lot of thinking and planning that goes into this newest version of Thief and somehow it all still feels worth it - especially when you go into the options menu and twk the inious difficulty sliders to suit your play style.
Sadly though, as satisfying as Thief can be, it still feels very limited more often than not. Navigating through "The City" often feels like a chore thanks to constant load screens, a worthless map and some of the worst level design I've seen. Dised's Dunwall felt like a believable city complete with landmarks and character, "The City" is more of a mess of jumbled streets that all look the same. Need to go back and look for that trinket to complete your collection? You'll have to navigate your way back through the streets and alleyways that look the same to do so. It also doesn't help that "The City" often feels like a set where you're not allowed to go beyond what you immediately see.
"It's extremely distracting to have to follow the developer's hand..."
Though you have the choice of how you want to play through most of the missions, you'll find before long that there's a certain way the city is setup and you'll find yourself not looking to formulate a plan but rather actively looking for what the developer did to crte the world around you. It's extremely distracting to have to follow the developer's hand, especially when the game refuses to play by the very rules that it tries to establish. Certain ledges for instance you can lp freely off of, while others require a button-press and then there are some that you just simply can't jump off of regardless. What makes them different? I still can't figure it out.
Thief also rarely made me feel like the master Thief I'm supposed to be. Sure, there were times when I was able to pull off the perfect score but more often than not I found myself finishing missions feeling like a smalltime burglar. Part of this is probably because for every diamond I stole, I seemed to go full kleptomaniac and grab twice as many random pairs of scissors or cups that I find laying around. It could have also been because of how many times I had to restart after being spotted because the game's melee combat is so incredibly dull and repetitive that it's often better to restart than engage enemies.
Everyone loves a good comeback story, but sadly Thief falls just short delivering. The core stlth mechanic delivers at times, but it fails to play by the very rules it establishes and picks and chooses when it wants to enforce certain gameplay mechanics. It's still satisfying as hell to plan out and perform the perfect heist, but it always feels too sy (you can fix this with the very welcome difficulty sliders) thanks to some questionable design decisions. All of this combined with a silly campaign make Thief a game that's enjoyable but could have been so much more.
USED: Unlimited Focus, Arrows, No Damage, more
Thief's focus ability, which allows the player to highlight different paths and collectibles throughout the city may be recycled from other games, but it's a grt addition, and the trainer from GameZ8ne allows you to go through the game without missing some of the more hidden collectibles.
I also found myself appreciating the unlimited arrows since I often found myself using my collection of different arrows to get through many of the trickier sections.


Ftures: GoldNo DamageUnlimited FocusSuper StlthArrowsSave/Load Position (Teleport)Made exclusively for GameZ8ne. WRITTEN FOR THE (1.3 64-BIT) RETAIL/STM VERSION OF THE GAME. May not work with all versions. This trainer ftures customizable hot. This file has been scanned and is virus and adware free. Some trainers may set off eric or heuristic notifiions with certain antivirus or firewall software.
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