View Full Version : Thievery characters & personal opinions
04-03-2004, 06:05 AM
Since the hype around Thief 3 is getting more and more attention, i have been thinking
about the previous 2 games and the comments of the many fans on this forum to value
better this thievery gaming in person.
For me being a true perfectionist the previous 2 Thief games were an absolutely
relief and struggle to get through the missions without any failure.
The only complaint i could have about it while playing was my own frustration
not being able to sneak well enough to get caught.
Also, i prefer illegal business, moving in mystical and dark stuff and being
more smart and inventive than...
I was curious how much this thievery gaming has an effect or indirect relation
to the personal character of you different fans.
In the end i think also the previous 2 Thief games were very intelligent and creative made.
About everything in the games being so well thought out with an exceptional eye
for detail and to ever involve in a lively gaming world that stands so much on its own.
04-03-2004, 10:06 AM
Baroque, are you talking about the game Thievery, needing Unreal Tournament to play Thievery?
Are you asking if there if there is a story line, etc, I guess your trying to compare it to Thief, I take it. I will elaborate more later.
04-03-2004, 10:22 AM
I believe he's talking about Thief 1 and 2, and not Thievery.
04-03-2004, 10:27 AM
Yeah, I sort of gathered that, BUT, when people start talking about *Thievery* Sorry you know where my mind goes. :D
04-03-2004, 11:50 AM
Lets replace the word 'thievery' by 'thieving', 'robbing stuff'.
Hope that makes more sense.
Im in general interested in how it affects your own personality
playing the previous games Thief 1 and Thief 2.
Like its more than just a game, it sharpens your skills you could
even use or have similarity with in real life character.
See, it also made me think about the characters/personalities of the developers of these games.
The voices, ambient sounds, feeling of dread and fear, etc. its
definitely some art and chemistry being put there together by different persons and it works.
04-03-2004, 12:30 PM
Thief hasn't really affected me and how I act or do things. Although I use the word taffer now :D.
04-03-2004, 12:59 PM
Oh Thief has effected me, in many ways than I ever thought possible.
1. Have made many friends.
2. Involved in the community more than I imagined I would be.
3. Love the medieval time period, even more so now.
4. My computer room is turning into a medieval room, you should see the neighbors when they look at my room. ¬¬
5. When I am out late at night, hearing the slightest noise, I slip into a shadow and disappear, eyeing the surroundings.
6. Ahhhh, ok, I am done...:p
*laughs at BA the looney*
04-05-2004, 06:03 AM
...what kind of person are you...whats the true love for this type
of game being a hardcore fan?
04-05-2004, 09:31 AM
How thief's affected me...
Well, whenever I bump into someone on the street unexpectately, I yell: 'you'll not be so cheery when my brothers arrive!' and run away, only to turn around and throw thinga at him/her, yelling 'you'll be full of holes soon!'
I dream Thief dreams, every night. Vivid, feverish dreams of dodging hammerites, creeping through sewers, getting discovered by guards over and over again.
Whenever I see someone standing on a table, ledge etc. for some reason or another, I yell: 'come-fight-me, you-cow-ard!' and stare at him, swaying gently.
Whenever I enter the university library, I mumble: 'I wonder if he reads, or if it's just for show....'
My door has a habit of floating away whenever I open it.
During the holidays, I always book a vacation to Cragscleft Prison, but no-one at the local travel agency has heard of it.
Whenever I see someone sleeping, lying on the ground etc. I say 'Oh, there's a dead guy over here, look!'
Sometimes, I get it really bad, and I start stomping around noisily, gibbering 'praise be to Karras, praise be to Karras... I've heard- a malfunction.'
I know, this is turning into another 'you know you have played too much Thief when....'but, well, this is what my life is like now.
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