Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus Previews - PS2

Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus
Game Description:Only one thing can make a thieving raccoon better at his job, and that's the long-lost Thievious Racoonus a collected work of thieving knowledge. Split into ten pieces, the writings are spread across the world, and it's up to one young raccoon, Sly Cooper, to track them all down. Angered security guards, searchlights, and lasers are just a few of the obstacles Sly will have to confront, but luckily he's got binoculars, swords, daggers, and all sorts of other fun stuff. A thoroughly original experience, SLY COOPER is sure to go down as an all-time classic.
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