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Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (2013) (VG) More at IMDbPro »

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Carmalita seems to be showing more skin (fur?) in this game, wearing a miniskirt along with her shoulder less midriff exposing top. In one scene she belly dances.

No gore or marks from the fighting.

Dimitri while only seen briefly this time around, still has a cigarette in his mouth.

El Jefe is always seen smoking a Cuban cigar and during the credits is seen rolling them for distribution as part of his prison sentence, he's not allowed to smoke these.

Unlike the previous titles, there isn't a stand out frightening villain, but young children may find some of the visuals in the cutscenes frightening.

Semi-realistic spiders and snakes feature as enemies, can appear out of nowhere.

Many long time fans were upset about Penelope becoming a villain


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