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Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time Gets A Sneaky Price Slash

Posted on Thursday, January 10 @ 10:11:51 PST by

Despite my disappointments with the less-than-thrilling Vita lineup for 2013 announced so far, Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time (or SC: TiT...) releasing February 5th is not one of them. To sweeten the pot, Sony has reduced the standard price of the title to $39.99 on PS3 and $29.99 on PS Vita.

As part of the Cross-Buy promotion, a purchase of the PS3 copy will also net players with a PSN copy for free. Why, how thoughtful!

In this installment, Sly Cooper must hop through the time-space continuum, where in one occasion he'll meet Japanese ancestor Roichi Cooper and face off against tiger furry El Jefe in Feudal Japan. Beautiful cel-shaded environments and tongue-in-cheek humor are a given.

Last but not least, a new demo exclusive to PlayStation Plus subscribers will be available January 22nd and will be public a week after.
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