Volume review: Unadulterated, engaging Metal Gear-style stealth action -...

Volume review: Unadulterated, engaging Metal Gear-style stealth action - Digital Spy (blog)

Developer: Mike Bithell Games. Publisher: Mike Bithell Games. Volume is one hundred levels of unadulterated stealth, and it's pretty great. The modern-day Robin Hood-inspired adventure is the next game from Thomas Was Alone creator Mike Bithell, which sees petty thief Rob Locksley set out to expose Guy Gisborne's autocratic and unscrupulous conglomerate by virtue of broadcasting... Whereas Bithell's previous game Thomas Was Alone was led by Danny Wallace's superb, BAFTA-winning narration , commentary in Volume - courtesy of YouTube star Charlie McDonnell, Hollywood actor Andy Serkis, and the returning Wallace - takes a back... Ultimately, the levels speak for themselves - a fact far more important this time around because there's a lot more going on. Drawing clear inspiration from the Metal Gear Solid series - particularly its VR missions - levels are packed with... Each foe has a respective field of vision represented by a front-facing cone, much similar to Hideo Kojima and Konami's stealth series, and should Locksley stray across their path, they'll pursue to kill.

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