Waking up after a devastating accident that killed his apprentice, Garrett finds himself in a City ravaged by a mysterious sickness. It's citizens chafing under the Baron's tyrannical rule, the City is ripe for revolution.

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Garrett (voice)
Daniel Kash ...
Orion (voice)
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Erin (voice)
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Thief Taker General (voice)
Renee Madeline Le Guerrier ...
Queen of the Beggars (voice) (as Renne-Madeleine Leguerrier)
Harry Standjofski ...
Basso (voice)
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The Baron (voice)
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Madame Xiao Xiao / Mercs / Beggars (voice)
Matt Holland ...
Watchman / Beggars (voice)
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Watchman / Mercs (voice) (as Al Goulem)
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Watchman (voice)
Daniel Brochu ...
Watchman (voice) (as Danny Brochu)
Graham Cuthbertson ...
Watchman (voice)
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Following a botched job that killed his apprentice, Garrett wakes up to find the City he thought he knew changed, and not for the better. The mysterious Gloom sickness plagues an already diseased and contentious population. Into this volatile mix appears a man claiming to have a cure for both the Gloom and the Baron's iron rule. Orion, voice of the people, hires Garrett to find a book he claims is the key to saving the City from the Gloom. Garrett soon finds that things are not as they appear and he's more wrapped up in events than he ever believed possible. Written by brohne

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How could they get it so very wrong!
1 April 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is going to be a quick review because simply I want to forget about this game as quickly as possible. Yes it really is that bad!

I normally wouldn't leave such a bad review of something, I would try to find some positives and mentions those as well, but I can't find any positives.

A STEALTH GAME WITHOUT "ANY" STEALTH! Playing on master difficulty, with all in-game aids disabled, trying to make it extremely difficult so you absolutely "Have" to be a ninja-ghost to even be able to play, and the result.... You can casually walk past guards in full light, slap them around a bit, maybe have a coffee and a chat with them, then FINALLY they react to you being there. So you've been discovered, now you're dead right.... WRONG! Just crouch and move away just a meter or two and that's it, you become invisible and the guard stops searching for you after a few seconds. It's also very badly optimised as it was designed on the ancient PS3/360 hardware so it just feels so old, slow and full of load screens.

Complete and utter joke, a Stealth game with absolutely No stealth mechanic. Imagine a racing game like Gran Turismo or F1 where you can only walk around the tracks because there are no cars in the game.


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