March 4, 2014 by Cheats.co Staff - 1 Comment
If you’ve been playing the new Thief game, you might be looking for ways to earn more gold. After all, gold is a critical part of the game, and finding treasures to sell aren’t always easy. Well, players have discovered an infinite money glitch.
Basically, you have to take advantage of a feature in Ector’s Client Job 1: Hand Tailored, a side mission you can start around the time of the fourth and fifth story missions. You have to pick up unique items to complete the mission. If you fail to do so, you have to start over, but you keep any loot you’ve already picked up. In this way, players can earn about 250 gold coins in ten minutes.
If you want to use this exploit, you might want to do it quickly. Glitches like this could be fixed in future updates.Tags: cheat, glitch, gold, money, thief
March 2, 2014 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
Thief released today in Europe, and Square Enix decided to promote it with a giveaway that’s really in the spirit of the game.
Ten GAME stores in the UK participated in the giveaway. At 11 AM, shoppers could try to open a locked chest. They were given lock-picks and five minutes to work on it, with the contents of the chest as their prize. These prizes included a PS4, a PS Vita, an AMD gaming PC, store vouchers for GAME, and a copy of the “Art of Thief” book, signed by the game’s director, Nicolas Cantin.
We haven’t heard how the promotion turned out, but one N4G user reported that they visited a store in the evening and the prize had already been won. With the limited number of stores participating, we expect it ended quickly.
We’d love to see more promotions like this. Different companies try different things, from regular ad campaigns, to viral videos, to alternate reality games, but a contest that ties in with the gameplay is really a great concept. Of course, for obvious reasons, it would work much better with some games than with others.Tags: contest, free, ps4, thief, win
February 25, 2014 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
Thief, the reboot of the old stealth series, just released today for the PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. You’ve got plenty of choices if you want to step into the shoes of master thief Garrett, although most reviewers agree the next-gen and PC versions have the advantage over the others.
It was announced as Thief 4 in 2009, and in 2013 was finally unveiled as a reboot. So far, it has received mixed reviews, but if you’re interested in stepping into the shadows and seeing how you feel about this new theft-focused adventure, you can pick it up either physically or digitally.
If you’ve played it, let us know your thoughts. We’re tempted to ask how it compares to the classic Thief series, but instead, here’s a different topic to consider. Thief is not the only reboot to feel criticism and controversy because of changes to the series’ formula, and we aren’t sure how we feel about that. After all, reboots are often attempts to start over from a clean slate. Should they be compared to the series they came from, or should they be viewed as completely new IPs?Tags: game, launch, ps4, thief, xbox one
February 17, 2014 by Cheats.co Staff - Leave a comment
It’s starting to become a familiar pattern—the release date of a new game approaches, resolution and frame rate statistics are revealed, and the Xbox One version falls short of the PS4 version. This time, the game in question is Thief.
Thief: 1080p/30 PS4 900p/30 XB1
— Jeremy Conrad (@ManaByte) February 17, 2014
No matter which version you get, Thief will run at 30 fps, but the PS4 version will display it at 1080p, while the Xbox One version will only reach 900p. This information comes to us from Tweets posted by Jeremy Conrad, who also mentioned the rumor that even 900p was difficult to achieve. He also feels the Xbox One will always struggle to reach 1080p “due to the ESRAM and GPU.”
These numbers still aren’t official, so we advise you to keep that in mind, but Conrad has been a reliable source in the past. We’ll keep you updated as we hear more.Tags: fps, ps4, resolution, thief, xbox one