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Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood


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Very Good

It just keeps getting better

posted by Dashinthis83 (DAVISBORO, GA) Mar 31, 2013

Member since Mar 2012

I have every game in the series and love them all. There are many quest to complete other things that will keep you playing for hours. Multiplayer is a very good addition that adds to the replay value some. Solid controls, game play, and sounds you cant go wrong with this game. Would have gave it a perfect score except after you complete everything in single player mode there is nothing else to do except play multiplayer.

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posted by because (LA PORTE, TX) Mar 28, 2013

Member since Mar 2013

this game is a piece of c r a p
and its boring

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Another solid AC title

posted by King4day (CHARLOTTE, NC) Mar 18, 2013

Member since Jan 2007

I started getting into the AC series earlier this year when there were no new games coming out. I enjoyed the combat in the first one and liked how they gave you a new story in the second.
Brotherhood, while the story picks up where the last one left off, is the same game with new environments and collectables.

I have 2 'cons' for this game:

1. Maybe AC:R and AC3 change this but my biggest complaint for this game (and series really) is the blocking. No one would survive the number of hacks Enzio takes. 'Sleeping Dogs' & 'Batman: AC' have the best 'counter' system. If Assassins Creed could implement this (even if it means raising the difficulty a bit), it would probably go into my top 10 game franchises for me.

2. This game needs difficulty levels. Force me to be more stealthy instead of getting lucky to run through some missions or escaping standard chases.

Def worth a rent and probably worth buying too since there's endless things to do.

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