Monaco: Whats Yours is Mine
Really interesting story.
Novel artistic design.
Forces you to think on your feet and improvise under pressure.
One of the best soundtracks of the year.
Strong diversity of gadgets and character abilities.
Some unfair difficulty walls.
Too easy to evade guards.
Some roles are more fun to play than others.
By Realm of Gaming on June 01, 2013
PCIn Monaco, things never go as planned. You come in with exactly the right crew, mark out the guards and coordinate the plan. Action. Computers hacked, electric grid down, guards knocked out---the one of you looks the wrong way for a moment, a...95
By Expert Reviews on May 25, 2013
Brilliant heist-themed fun, especially for sofa-sharing gamers...100
By Tech2 on May 18, 2013
With the recent dearth of full-blown AAA games, we figured it'd be a great idea to take advantage of the free time and play some indie games. One of the games that immediately caught our attention was Monaco: What's Yours is Mine. A fan of the...85
By PC Mag on May 07, 2013
Monaco is a co-op experience not to be missed—meticulously designed, artistically unique, and delightfully...90
By PCGamer on April 25, 2013
An amazing blend of high stakes and comedic timing, one that will leave you hungry for constant four-player action.90
By IGN on April 24, 2013
Monaco: What's Yours is Mine delivers one of the purest and most enjoyable cooperative experiences I've had in quite some time. With a great atmosphere and deceptively simple mechanics, it stands out as one of the most unique and addicting games of 2013.90
By EuroGamer on April 24, 2013
Like any great thief, then, Pocketwatch Games understands the tremendous power of suggestion. It's tagged you as an easy mark - and it's got that man on the inside, too.90
By GameSpot on April 24, 2013
The appeal of stealth ties in largely to how scared you are of being caught, and because it's so easy to escape in this downloadable game, the tension slowly evaporates. Even with the soft-headed guards, it's still a lot of fun to roam through this novel adventure.70
By Edge on April 24, 2013
There’s a breadth of tools for the job - smoke bombs, shotguns, EMPs - and lots of freedom; Pocketwatch isn’t afraid for you to crumble its levels to dust and carve your own path. It may not be the game of stealth the blueprints and lingo of red exclamation marks suggest, but Monaco’s loot and scoot play has a winning personality that’s all its own.80
By EGMNow on April 24, 2013
The demanding difficulty may be a turnoff for some, but Monaco manages to deliver an impressively minimalist twist on stealth that doesn’t sacrifice the depth or strategy the genre is known for.85