Life was pretty good for art thief extraordinaire Sly Cooper. Relaxing with the proceeds of his daring heists, he’d even sparked up a relationship with his old foe, Carmelita Fox. But in Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time, he notices the pages of his priceless family heirloom, the Thievius Raccoonus, disappearing before his eyes. It’s time to get the old gang back together.
Someone is erasing Sly’s ancestors from history, and with them his family’s closely guarded sneaking secrets. There’s only one thing for it: using a specially built time machine, Sly and his crew rocket back through the ages in a bid to uncover the dastardly page pilferer.
The Wild West, medieval England and feudal Japan are some of the stops on a high-stakes chase through time. There you’ll meet the Coopers who contributed to the greatest burglary bible in the world, including ninja sushi chef Rioichi Cooper, the outlaw Tennessee Kid Cooper and the gallant Knights of the Cooper Order.
There’s a secret weapon in the fight for the Cooper legacy, too: when you pick up the game on PlayStation 3, you can download the PlayStation Vita version at no extra cost – so you can thieve through time, any time.