It was neat to see the Assassins Creed Universe have a treatment of my country's history. (and remain 95 accuracy) especially the coming events and historical characters. My only gripe is there's not nearly enough side missions as the Ezio era games. My favorite is chasing after the Almanack pages and reading Ben Franklin s wisdom so many years later. That and unlocking the inventions. I'm planning to fill the mansion with all the goodies before I'm officially done with the game
posted by NuttyCracker (CAMARILLO, CA) Jun 28, 2014
Member since Jun 2014
This game was so so dope, Its was really a history lovers dream of fighting in the American Revolution. For haters of history it still has an edge action wise. Your going to love it. The towns are so real, lots of free roam experience and the missions are bad. Your going to love the sailor missions. OFF THE HOOK
I have always thoroughly enjoyed the Assassin's Creed franchise and even when the game is not as interesting as prior ones, I still will play it entirely! AC3 was not perfect nor was it terrible in the least. You have plenty of stuff to do in the game besides the storyline, which if you are in no rush then try it out...quite enjoyable.
I have to say that I could see some of the bugs people talk about (i.e. mouths not moving, freezes during scenes, glitches in jumping and sliding), but I believe all games have them no matter what in some form. However, it didn't stop me from liking the awesome graphics, environment, and a very cool story plot. The characters twist and turn their tales in a very thrilling way. Plus, I liked how Connor was brash and very determined in his quest...some people took it as too brute.
I hope they keep up with the Desmond story, because it is interesting in its own way...however not sure what that entails after the ending of this game since I haven't played black flag yet! Looking forward to Black Flag and future AC games, always keep me entertained.