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The Sly Trilogy (PS3)

The Sly Trilogy (PS3)
alaScore 84

16 reviews

Oct, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 16 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the gameplay and action. The story and value for money are also appreciated.

value for money, story, action, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the The Sly Trilogy (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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The Sly Trilogy

 

When Sony ripped the PlayStation 2 backwards compatibility out of the PlayStation 3, there were howls of protest across the internet. There may have been a happy ending to this decision though as now, rather than just simply being able to play the old...

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The Sly Trilogy

 

Probably the most interesting title to take advantage of the PlayStation Move controller at the time of writing is The Sly Trilogy which is comprised of the three Sly Raccoon titles that appeared on the PlayStation 2. Actually I should point out that...

Time has been kind to the Sly Raccoon games and they are still as enjoyable today as when there were first released on the PlayStation 2. If you haven't played these games before and fancy the idea of a stealthy platform game with plenty of charm then...

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Games review - The Sly Trilogy goes HD

 

Sony helps revive the career of one of the PlayStation 2's most underappreciated platformers in this great value HD (and 3D) collection.

Some of the best stealth action in any game, mixed in with fun platforming and endless other diversions. Superb presentation, with great characters and music

All but the first game can seem a bit easy at times and the third one does run out of new ideas a bit towards the end. Move mini-games are pointless

Consistently underrated at the time this masterful mix of influences makes hardly a single mistake in all three games - and definitely deserves a fourth.

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