Mystical order of the Keepers hires master-thief Garrett to find, steal and destroy artifacts that their prophecy describes as keys to releasing an ancient evil. Garrett is about to face his greatest, scariest and deadliest challenge yet.

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Stephen Russell ...
Garrett / Hammerites #4 / Guards #4 / Townspeople #6 (voice) (as Steven Russell)
Alexander Brandon ...
Keepers #1 (voice)
Ken Carberry ...
Keepers #2 (voice)
Marc Carver ...
Keepers #3 (voice)
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Lady Elizabeth / Keepers #4 (voice)
Jeremiah Kissel ...
Enforcers / Keepers #5 / Hammerites #3 / Guards #2 (voice) (as Jerry Kissel)
Julie Perkins ...
Keepers #6 (voice)
John Haag ...
Hammerites #1 / Fences & Store Owners #3 (voice)
Ron Hayden ...
Hammerites #2 (voice)
Brian Hoffman ...
Pagans #1 (voice)
Sarah Newhouse ...
Pagans #2 (voice)
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Pagans #4 / Townspeople #5 / Fences & Store Owners #6 (voice)
Scott Dickson ...
Guards #1 (voice)
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Guards #3 / Thugs #2 / Townspeople #4 / Fences & Store Owners #4 (voice)
Daniel Thron ...
The Eye / Guards #5 (voice)
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Mystical order of the Keepers hires master-thief Garrett to find, steal and destroy artifacts that their prophecy describes as keys to releasing an ancient evil. Garrett is about to face his greatest, scariest and deadliest challenge yet.

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25 May 2004 (USA)  »

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Ion Storm decided not to name the game "Thief III" for fear that it would alienate console gamers who had never played the previous two titles. See more »

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Garrett: If I never see another glyph again, it'll be too soon.
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Follows Thief II: The Metal Age (2000) See more »

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Cool But Not As Cool As Prequels
21 October 2004 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Thief III, baby. It's good, fun. But no where near as awesome as the first two Thief games. There are some very well done and spooky parts, like The Cradle abandoned orphanage level. You'd be hard pressed to find a Hollywood horror film out these days that matches the frights of that level.

But in this game you play Garrett the badass thief and join him in his adventures in a place simply known as The City. Overall the game is pretty good, but the ending is weak with a capital EEK! Talk about a lackluster ending, haven't these game makers ever heard of A BIG FINISH? A grand finale? Hanh? Nutballs.

And where the heck is Garrett's sword? Garrett is such a wuss in this game!

I want the dang sword back he had in previous versions of this game!

A mixed bag all in all, worth playing, save for the fact your character is a weakling at times, much like the character in the game Far Cry. It's no fun getting killed so easily. Ciao now, brown cow.


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