Finally played that ye olde Thief Fan-mission, A Night in Rocksbourg, and the whole Rocksbourg series. Quite impressive, and hey, it even scared me a few times. I love Thief fan-missions, and glad I finally have a computer that can run them properly. I've also replayed Thief 1-4 (On expert) and gotten perfect Thief in 3 (All look/Didn't kill anyone/etc. Basically Ghost. Though it's not that hard. Honestly, Thief 3 is the easiest out of them all to play through on expert, and get perfect thief.)
Thief, my favorite video game series, and I even love the newest game to bits. I just roll my eyes when people refuse to play it, honestly. I'm a stickler for games, always have been, and yes, the game could use work on the story line and some of the control mechanics, but overall, it was enjoyable, and quite immersive.
Ah well, some people are just sticklers for the older games, or the older voice actors. (Though, Stephen Russel couldn't voice act in the new game because of Throat surgery from what I read, he just couldn't do Garrett's voice anymore. Poor baby.) Though, the new voice actor did give me a run for my money, he sounds -extremely- close.
Anyway, I'm done with Thief Talk, I'm slowly getting back into all of it, learning the Glyphs again, the pagan lore (or what there is of it) and the Hammerite Religion -and- Mechanist sect. God, so much to reread, so little time.