gamers (53%) found this review helpful
this game is great. i love the story line. But the multiplayer is the place to be. We all played call of duty online and now its time to play assassins creed online. We all were wanting for ubisoft to do it on the second instalment but it never came true
NOW MY FRIENDS. IT IS TIME TO KILL AND BE KILLED
ASSASSINS CREED BROTHERHOOD
Same as all the old ones. Terrible. Probably the most repetitive game i have ever played. walk, stab, yay, walk, stab, yay, repeat. Multiplayer is the most boring thing there is, not any skill or any fun. Fun for like 10 seonds then you want to throw it out the window. i do not reccomend.
gamers (78%) found this review helpful
Outstanding. What else can I say?
There are several aspects to this game that you'll love!
The epic storyline throws you into the life of now-Master Assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze, suffering after an attack on his Villa near Tuscany, he now finds himself overwhelmed and cannot take on the Templar Order alone.
So, enter the dynamics of unit control, the ability to rebuild Rome, and to save and recruit suffering citizens into the Brotherhood of the Assassins.
If you're like me and have a sense of cosmetic flair when you play games, consistently dying Ezio's original Assassin's robes to match your style, then you'll love that uPlay now offers Altair's Armor for 20 points, and Ezio's Florence Noble Man's outfit from Assassin's Creed 2, also for 20 points. Though, lets not forget that the new outfit Ezio donned for Brotherhood is awesome too!
Watch out world, here comes AC:B's Multiplayer aspect, allowing players to play as Templar-in-Training, leveling and upgrading your own unique class of Assassin in several game modes. At first glance, you would think this to be easy -- Ezio sure does stand out from the Player's eyes -- but these models make excellent use of clones and special moves that make this game perfect for repeat AC offenders.
All in all, I gave this game my very first (and long awaited) 10 out of 10 on any game I've rented (and plan on keeping!) from Gamefly. Thank you Ubisoft for not dropping the ball -- and making the best Assassin's Creed yet!