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    Definitely Splinter Cell 3 Chaos Theory. What I don't like in Thief are some mission restrictions when you mustn't knock down anybody. I don't like when game tell me what to do and how not to do it.
    Child of Malkav
    Child of Malkav
    Those restrictions don't bother me.
    Chaos Theory has a sound meter and sound masking, options when opening a door, more movement speeds with their own noise level etc.
    While Thief has large levels, an unmatched sound propagation system, is an immersive sim, rope arrows which allow for vertical exploration etc.
    I voted for CT as well but these 2 games are extremely close in quality.
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