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Criminally Overshadowed by Jak & Ratchet 0

Sly Cooper was originally released in 2002 and was a fun mix of action platformer and a dash of stealth.  It was a good game, but was ridiculously short.  Sucker Punch returns now with Sly 2, and it's a more complete package to say the least.  As before, you play as Sly Cooper, the thieving raccoon, but unlike last time, you can now play parts of missions as the rest of Sly's crew.  Bentley the turtle is the brains of your operations while Murray is the dim-witted meat-shield.  Sly, as the ...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

A little shocked this wasn't a rhythm game, but I still liked it. 0

Sly 2: Band of Thieves is the second game in Sucker Punch's Sly Cooper franchise. Picking up a little while after the first game, the game starts with Sly, Bentley and Murray breaking into a museum to steal back the Clockwerk parts, only to be ambushed by Inspector Fox and her new partner Constable Neyla and to realize that somebody all ready stole the parts. You quickly learn that a criminal group called the Klaww Gang stole them and set off to steal them back and destroy them. Sucker Punch cle...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Vastly Underrated 1

Back a few years ago a game was released on PS2 called Sly Cooper and the Thevious Raccoonus to loads of critical acclaim, and seemingly very little sales. The game was a blend between cell-shaded platformer and Metal-Gear style sneaking, and was very good at what it did. The only real problem with the game was its length, clocking in at around 8 hours of gameplay, it was a real disappointment in what was an otherwise great game. This new sequel takes care of that problem, and a fixes a few oth...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Delivering more of the same, while making it even better 0

In 2002 the world was introduced to the odd mixture of stealth and platforming elements in the form of Sly Cooper and The Thievius Raccoonus, and was hailed for its successful marriage of the two gameplay types. Since then, there haven't been many (or rather, any) games  -- well, outside of the Sly Cooper series, that is -- that have tried this emulate this concept. Then 2004 came around, and with it came, Sly 2: band of Thieves, the sequel to aforementioned Thievius Raccoonus, that takes the co...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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