I, as an AC2 and AC:B fan, find that there are a ton of bugs, (I saw a floating gun... and cane... it was weird) and the fighting may flow better, but the life system, personally, annoys me because i cant use medicine when i need it most so i desynchronize every five seconds from being killed by guards that i could kill with Ezio in five seconds... I just want to get on with the story...
Ever since the first Assasins Creed been a hit and every time its gotten better and better, but now comes the epic saga bigger than ever, the finale of Assassins Creed. The other A.C. games have allways been fun and intresting but they have been lacking one thing; The true feeling of Assasins Creed. The more you play the game the more conneted you feel to Connor and Desmond. It's like a song, eventually you get into a rthym, ever line brings more exitment, and then everything changes it isn't a game anymore it a legasy. You start to feel sorrow, honour, anger, and nobilty. When it's over you feel fullfiled and you feel fulfilled in a honourus way... but in reality the legend never ends it changes point of views and forges your own fate with the clay of destiny.
posted by brent916 (CITRUS HEIGHTS, CA) Nov 16, 2012
Member since Jul 2008
gamers (25%) found this review helpful
Assassin's Creed III has the amazing visuals, new death dealing animations, and the main storyline as well as the side quests keep you glued to the game for hours. You take command of a large frigate ship and take charge of your cannon's fire as well as watching for the rocks and shoals. The hunting addition is also very fun and can have you tracking down game for hours.
You start off playing as a British character and after you make your way to America the story begins to unfold. You then play as your main character, Connor, and the side quests and missions start popping up everywhere. Just holding down the trigger button keeps your character running and jumping the next SAFEST thing. No more jumping off a building or mountain to your death for simply pushing joystick in that direction. You have to manually make character jump if there's not anything in sight to grab on to. Hunting, Frontier, and Fight clubs to keep you enthralled with tall tales and gossip sightings to solve. Getting to talk to all the Revolutionary American icons is awesome, especially if you enjoy history. You, of course, get to play as Desmond with all the outside the Animus fun.
Overall this game is very fun and since the accidental deaths will be dialed back due to the free-running controls being better you'll find yourself not putting your controller down. Strongly recommend even if you haven't played any other ones. Might be a little confusing story wise but you'll have a hard time finding better gameplay.