Ever since Solid Snake hid under his first box, or Garret slunk into his first shadow, gamers have hungered for the cognitive challenges that come from a good stealth game. Curve Digital Game's Stealth Inc. hopes to bring some of that clandestine goodness to iOS, offering pint-sized sneaking for an equally pint-sized price.
Deux Ex: Human Revolution Director's Cut is Square Enix's answer to the Mass Effect 3 Special Edition. Both are the third entries in their respective, stellar sci-fi series (also, Straight Right, who helped bring the ME3 to the Wii U, also helped Eidos Montreal with this title). They are each deluxe ports brought onto the Wii U which expand upon the core mechanics using the Wii U's technology. But unlike Mass Effect 3, the original version of Deux Ex: Human Revolution has been out for a couple years prior to this new release. Fortunately, we have found that this Director's Cut is not just your average Capcom "Ultimate Edition", with a collection of previous DLC tossed in. Factor in a decreased price, and Deux Ex brings about a much needed revolution (and an eagerly-accepted M rating), to a lukewarm Wii U library.
We've always been taught to fear what lurks in shadows. Bereft of light, the dangers concealed within the shade could be terrifying. We never know what hides in the black because it might be something we don't want to confront. In the comfort of light, you're safe. But what if you were that terror in the shadow? In Eidos Montreal's Thief, light is your greatest enemy. And the dark? The dark is your home.
Everyone's favorite Furyan, Richard B. Riddick, is back in an all new film with a new iOS game to boot! Riddick: The Merc Files is Gaming Corps' (a small group of developers from Sweden), debut title. Much like a major portion of the new movie, Riddick has to evade or kill the numerous mercenaries that are out to get him. Merc Files offers a combination of stealth and action-based gameplay.
Sam Fisher is back and is rarin' to go on some more special ops. This time, he'll have the help of some old friends, as well as some new ones, in order to stop a deadly plot hatched by a terrorist group that calls themselves The Engineers. Should you turn off all the lights, flip on your night vision goggles and play Splinter Cell: Blacklist? Or is it a title that's better off alone in the dark?
Arkane's Dishonored wasn't only one of the best new games of 2012, it was also one of the best games period. When downloadable content was announced earlier this year, we were stoked for the chance to return to the world of Dunwall. The first chapter, The Knife of Dunwall, let us step into Daud's shoes to see what he was up to before his encounter with Corvo at the conclusion of the main story. We were left with plenty of questions, which The Brigmore Witches promised to answer. When all was said and done, did Arkane deliver, or was Daud's journey a pointless one?
I absolutely love stealth games or any game that allows me to become one with my surroundings and disappear. The trouble is, there aren't as many games in the genre that I would like, and sometimes I get bored of the same old sneaking, shooting and stabbing patterns that one might see in these games. Stealth Inc: A Clone in the Dark has arrived for the PlayStation Vita, looking to shake things up for the genre. Is this title worth your time in the shadows? Or should you just pretend it's not there and let it sneak past you?
We made this list of best stealth franchises because stealth games are making a comeback. Square-Enix is rebooting the Thief franchise, Assassin's Creed is incredibly huge and Metal Gear is coming back on next generation platforms
In a crowded marketplace overflowing with first person shooters, it’s not easy to make a game stand out from the competition. Fortunately, the developers behind Metro: Last Light have a genre that hasn’t been explored too deeply by the rest of the world. Sure, the post-apocalyptic genre has become pretty commonplace, but post-apocalyptic Russia? That's another story entirely.
Even though Manhunt wasn't held in the same regard as Rockstar's seminal PlayStation 2 franchise Grand Theft Auto, some people still hold the ultra-violent game in high regard. Good new for them then, as Rockstar is releasing the bloody stealth-action game on the PSN on May 14th.
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