Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time Costume trailer

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time Costume trailer

Halloween may be gone for this year but that doesn’t mean you can’t dress up anymore: developer Sanzaru games had revealed a new trailer for their upcoming Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time showcasing some of the costumes available and their all new special abilities. Being a thief sure isn’t easy nowadays: Sly will have to get dressed up properly to be able to complete his mission

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time is the fourth title in the platform-stealth Sony exclusive series Sly Cooper. Originally developed by Sucker Punch, the new entry is being handled by Sanzaru Games who handled the Ps3 HD Collection as well.
The game will begin where the third game, Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves, ended: the master thief Sly, an anthropomorphic raccoon, reunites his gang to find the book chronicling the history of the thieving Cooper family called “Thievus Raccoonus”.
Like in the previous games, players will control Sly Cooper in a third person perspective, using many of his signature abilities to reach his goal. The costumes showcased in the new trailer are a completely new feature for the series: Sly will be able to use many costumes like a suit of armor to deflect ranged projectiles with the shield, a Robin Hood costume to shoot arrows, an Arabian pirate costume to slow down time and many more.
Sly won’t be the only playable character this time: his ancestors, whom he’ll meet during the game, will join him with their peculiar abilities.

Sly: Thieves in Time is slated for a February 5 2013 release on Ps3 and PsVita. The game will part of the “Cross Buy” initiative: buyers of the Ps3 version will be able to download a PsVita copy for free.

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