Sly 3 Honor Among Thieves - PlayStation 2 Review
The third installment of the Sly Cooper series is a great game. I love how it kept the same style as the first two games, but also added some new things. The graphics are amazing and really make you feel like you are in Paris or Venice. The game modes offer something for everyone and they all bring something different to the table.
As any fan of the Sly Cooper series knows, Sly 3 Honor Among Thieves - PlayStation 2 is about as good as it gets when it comes to platformers. With its diverse characters and unique gameplay mechanics, Sly 3 Honor Among Thieves - PlayStation 2 is a fun game for anyone interested in high-octane action titles.
The story follows the adventures of Sly Cooper and his friends Bentley, Murray, Carmelita Fox and Inspector Carmelita Montoya Foxx (yes, she's back). The main plot revolves around an ancient relic called "The Thievius Raccoonus", an ancient book that details all the tricks and skills used by generations of raccoons before them (and also happens to be their family heirloom). It has been stolen by Clockwerk (the villain) who plans on using it as part of his master plan: but first he needs two things: batteries and minions!
The graphics in Sly 3 are solid. They’re certainly better than the previous two games, but they aren’t as good as the PS3 games or the PC games. Even so, they look great on a big screen HDTV and are still very enjoyable to play through even today.
The sound in Sly 3 is really good. In fact, it's great. It's one of the best parts about the game! The music and voice acting are both excellent, and really add a lot to each scene. The only problem is that sometimes the sound effects get a little obnoxious when you're trying to sneak around without being seen. They could have been better if they were toned down a bit more—but overall, this area is definitely above average
The characters in Sly 3 are well developed, well animated, and well voiced. They're also well written, designed, and balanced. They are integrated into the story in a way that makes sense.
There are six playable characters in this game: Sly Cooper (the protagonist), Murray (Sly's sidekick), Bentley (Sly's friend who designs their gadgets), Carmelita Fox (the main antagonist) and two new additions: The Panda King and Dimitri Lousteau. Each character has different strengths and weaknesses which make them unique to play as during certain situations. For example; you'll want to use the Panda King when you need someone who can climb steep surfaces but if you need someone who can swim then he probably won't be your first choice because he can't swim at all! You'll also want to use Carmelita when you're trying not get spotted by guards because she has a special ability called "camouflage" which makes her blend into her surroundings making it hard for enemies to see her clearly enough so they don't spot her sneaking around their territory unnoticed until it's too late..."
You'll have a choice of playing the game in Story Mode or Time Trial. In Story Mode, you play through all four levels one after another and see the story unfold. If you're like me, though, you'll be more excited about getting to use your acquired skills and abilities to race through each level as fast as possible in Time Trial mode. You can also try out Challenge Mode for some new challenges (and/or achievements) that will give your skills a workout!
Or if you want to go back in time again—but not literally this time—you can play around with Sly 2: Band of Thieves' extra features here. There's also an option available if you want to explore Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves' extra content as well!
It's a great game for kids and adults alike. If you're looking for something that will challenge your mind, keep you engaged and entertained, then this is definitely the game for you.
It's a great game to play with your kids or grandchildren. The story is engaging and entertaining, but it doesn't get in the way of gameplay too much. The voice acting is top-notch, and the cutscenes are beautiful.
Sly 3 is a great game.
If you're looking for a great game, Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves is the game for you.
Sly 3 is a great game. It's fun, exciting, and addictive. The story is good, the graphics are awesome, and it has a lot of replay value. Sly 3 is a great game for all ages.
If you like the Sly Cooper games, then I highly recommend that you get this game. It has a great storyline and gameplay. If you have never played any of these games before then I would suggest starting with Sly 1 first because it is much easier than this one. This game is definitely worth buying if you are looking for something new to play on your PS2 or just want another platformer game to add to your collection!