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Very Good

Fantastic for rent

posted by Huntman123 (HOLLY SPRINGS, NC) Jul 8, 2013

Member since Jun 2013

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Just as addicting as all other AC games. There are a so much more different things they added to the game, such as enemies, weapons (butt load of bombs) and mission types (master assassin missions).

They did however focus way too much on their new addition of bomb making, the online multiplayer community is pathetic to say the least and you get the feeling of "what now" too quick (once you do everything). Plus they do that annoying required free day trial or sign up through U-play to play online.

Definitely worth the rent, definitely not worth the buy. Great game however.

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GF Rating

Very Good

Good addition to Assassin's Creed series

posted by drock1 (CHARLESTON, SC) Apr 6, 2013

Member since Feb 2011

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

All the highlights from the old ones with some new additions. Challenges were challenging but not impossible.

I have my usual bone to pick with Ezio's sudden inability to make a free-run/climb action that he more than achieves at other times, a half foot step becoming a ledge, etc. But most of all, they force a scroll of the entire credits to replay the game free-roam. Something I unfortunately discovered after quitting and trying to restart after a good 4 minutes of them.

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Same old game, new title

posted by denzo45 (ASHTABULA, OH) Nov 20, 2011

Member since Sep 2011

13 out of 15 gamers (87%) found this review helpful

Aside from the storyline, the missions are the same style, aside from den defense missions, bomb crafting, and the hook blade, everything else is pretty much the same. It was sad to see Altair and Ezio's story come to an end, because you really got used to them. It was nice to see more personality from Altair. There is much less collecting than previous games. They switched from flags to data fragments. You can also collect books as well. All in all, if you've played the previous games you will enjoy the story, but after playing all four games, it is getting rather repetitive. I get really bored running around the city from point to point, and the tunnel system is rather too spread out to use. The ziplines are a nice addition but again, they are few and far between. I will probably check out the next game only for the story, because I am just getting bored with the gameplay. It's a good game, and it has it's control glitches like the previous ones, but it's worth a rent. It just seems like they are purposefully coming out with a game yearly to split the story up to make money.

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