besides all the ranning around to find anything and putting up with guards every 5 minutes. this game is pretty good and good story. though there is a glitch in one part of the game where your target rans off and get`s stuck in an area you cant get too.
Assassin's Creed Brotherhood was a great game. That said, I feel that I have to be a bit brutally honest. This wasn't a true sequel in the assassin's creed universe, it felt more like everything that the team didn't have time to include in Assassin's Creed 2. As much as I enjoyed the game, I can't help but notice that some of the issues were not addressed, such as Ezio occasionally not going where I want him to in free running or jumping wrong directions off of walls or a terrible fixed camera angle here or there. But don't let these little annoyances keep you from playing this, they're usually few and far between. With a couple extra gadgets, you'll waste plenty of time tearing up the streets of Rome, which by the way, is an enormous territory, yet the only one you'll have free roam access to.
And then there's multi-player. It is unique to say the least. It's more of a cat and mouse game than your standard team deathmatch. There are 3 main game types, which is varying team size (or free-for-all) of the same type of play. You get a target, which you try to kill (stealthily hopefully), while avoiding whoever is targeting you, who you won't know until it's too late. These games can be equally addicting as it can be frustrating. As you rank up you earn abilities which you can equip 2 at a time, such hidden gun or smoke bomb. But some of the higher ranked abilities make playing well harder if you're lower ranked. Also, be prepared to wait on a loading screen for a while, waiting for the game lobby to fill up.
So, yes, this game does have it's issues but, what game doesn't? Don't let a couple little flaws keep you from enjoying this game. I give it an 8 out of 10.