Stolen Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
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|Thunderbolt||4/10||Jun 06 '05|
|GameSpot||5.0/10||May 12 '05|
|Gamespy||2/5||Apr 25 '05|
|IGN PS2||5.2/10||Apr 19 '05|
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|GameSpot||Sep 01 '04|
|Gamespy||Jan 29 '05|
|IGN PS2||Feb 15 '05|
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"Stolen feels like a budget title being sold at full price, and with so many good stealth games already available, there's simply no reason to play this one."
"As master thief Anya Romanov, you are thrown into a web of intrigue when you're contracted to break into a museum in order to prove your skills to a prospective client."
"Stolen is broken into four different levels. Each level is massive though and take a few hours to complete. There's certainly a nice variety in the environments and each level does offer its own unique flavor and challenges."
"In a way, Stolen is a victim of its times. If it had come out a few years ago it's faults would have been easier to overlook. Then again, it clearly copies other existing games and does so in a rather sloppy way. Take it all together and this is a title that can only provide some extra thrills from those who are seriously hurting for more stealth. Only the absolute junkies need apply and even then it will be better to wait until the price drops down about half."
"Fighting is particularly comical. Combat works like this: guards are much stronger than Anya, and will pound her with impunity until she's unconscious, at which time they'll say something like "lights out girlie", in really hokey wiseguy accents."