Hey everybody, Wickk here. We already talked about Sly and his Cooper Gang so today we’re going to talk about the Cooper Clan.
The Cooper Clan is an infamous line of honorable master thieves. They’ve pulled numerous heists over the years by the different members and they’re known for having an honor code where they only steal from people that deserve it. They don’t steal from ordinary people. Each member is one of Sly’s ancestors.
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The Cooper clan is a long line of infamous, honorable master thieves with Sly Cooper being the only remaining member. Sly learned the ways of thieving from his father, Connor Cooper and the Thievious Raccoonus, a book of secrets and techniques written by every one of Sly’s ancestors.
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Oblivion was the follow up to Bethesda’s Morrowind
and brought huge improvements for the time. The game takes place in the Province of Cyrodiil, home of the Imperials.
The main story involves a few things:
1: The Emperor, Uriel Septim VII, was assassinated by the Mythic Dawn cult
2: Before he dies, he entrusts you, a nobody who was rotting in prison at the beginning of the game, to find an heir
3: Because there is no heir to the throne, an old covenant is broken and gates to Oblivion have sprung up around with Daedra invading
4: Stopping Mankar Camoran, the Daedric prince that the Mythic Dawn worship, from taking over
-or- like all Bethesda games, you can ignore all of that.
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the fifth installment in Bethesda’s long running series of open world fantasy RPGS.
It’s set in the harsh northern province of Skyrim where a civil war has broken out between the native Nords and the Imperial Legion, who currently have control of the land.
You start the game riding in a wagon to your execution, for trying to cross the border. Then as your about to loose you head, dragons attack and indirectly save you. After escaping the town, the game completely opens up.
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The Saboteur was the last game made by Pandemic Studios before shutting down.
It’s an open world third person action game during World War II. You play as Sean Devlin an Irish race car driver who was cheated out of a win by a Nazi colonel. So Sean and his best friend seek revenge by sabotaging his prized race car but end up being captured and the Colonel kills Sean’s friend, Jules because he thinks they are British spies. Sean manages to escape and ends up joining a french resistance where he helps liberate a German occupied France and ultimately seek revenge on the Colonel who murdered Jules.
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Have you ever wanted to play a Hong Kong action movie?
Here’s your chance. Sleeping dogs is an open world action game based in Hong Kong. I hate saying it, but it’s like GTA but in china. You play as an under cover cop named Wei Shen. Wei grew up in Hong Kong and eventually moved to the states. At some point he became a police officer and now he’s being sent back to Hong Kong under cover to take on the Triads. When Wei returns he finds that some of the people he knew growing up now have positions of power within the Sun On Yee. This makes him perfect for being undercover but everybody wonders if he’s taking his assignment too personally. You’ve seen this type of story before but don’t let that dissuade you. It’s an interesting story that keeps you moving through the game. The unique and foreign setting is something I really like about Sleeping Dogs. The game started development in 2008 and was part of the True Crime series but was eventually cancelled, but in 2011 Square Enix picked it up and renamed it Sleeping Dogs. It’s considered a spiritual Successor to the True Crime series.
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“You are Kratos and you will murder the god of war.”
God of rawr is an over the top, brutal action game on ps2. Guaranteed you’ve heard of it. Or at least have seen Kratos’ red and white mug. It’s ONE of Sony’s biggest franchises, and I love it. So I wanna talk about it for a bit.
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