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GF Rating
8.7

30673 ratings

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Assassin's Creed 2 is great

posted by dipset85 (NORTH LAS VEGAS, NV) Nov 22, 2009

Member since Nov 2009

it is so good youll want to simply walk down the alleys of venece or the markets just to take a closer look at the gorgeous atmosphere and sense of place given.

graphics-10, it just does not get better, some minor texture popping but not to get worried. you can even see the cracks on the wall and people expressions, markets and towns feel alive.
people will stare at you if something unusual is done.

sound-9.7, from people taking in the market to great fights and leaps, youll get inmersed.

replay-tons of missions,sidemissions and things to find,tombs and plainly getting inmersed in towns, about 40 hours.

the same gameplay with tons of great innovations such as more fluid climbing, a gun, 2 kinves, poison, buying weapons and armor, different skins and even modyfing your own small city.

it is one package that is both worth your while so get it

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Beautiful..Better than the first

posted by Sirgamealo (CASTAIC, CA) Nov 22, 2009

Member since Nov 2009

tHIS IS what it takes 4 a game to be a 10

Tons of Missions make it a lasting Game.

Beautiful Graphics,, Many combat moves. excellent

Free RunnIng is Kinda sticky but not enough to bring the score down.

Great ending!!

Storyy makes up for the not so great one in the first game

In the end it really puts assassins creed back on its Feet. a must get.

Its on my greatest games list hands down.

Goodjob Ubisoft

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

AC2, more like AC 2.0

posted by gbrazell (SANTA ROSA, CA) Nov 21, 2009

Member since Jul 2008

Pretty much the same look and feel as the first, but tons more to do. Your own villa (mini city + your manor) to upgrade and expand. The armor upgrades show on your character, you can dye your clothes, tons of weapons to collect, treasure maps, and lots of side quests/errands. The first 4 hours pretty much sets up the story and teaches you the game, but after that it really opens up.

I'd compare it somewhat to GTA IV, but in 15th century Italy. No cars, no guns, but plenty of tightly packed buildings to mob across, and tons of sh/t to do.

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