Reviews for Assassin's Creed III: Deluxe Edition (NA)
The multiplayer is okbcf623 | June 11, 2014 | See all bcf623's reviews »
I have personally only played the multiplayer, so do not use my opinion as a large part of your decision for a purchase. However, I do think my words on the game may be a nice change of view. In my experience in the multiplayer, it starts out pretty enjoyable. The first few games I played in the most basic game mode were nice as I was playing with people at a similar skill level. However, I decided that maybe I'd like to try another game mode. As soon as I did, I regretted it as I found myself constantly getting frustrated. This is because I was put up against people who were way above my experience with the game and had MUCH better weapons. In my first game I was up against multiple level 50-60.
When it comes to graphics, it was a pretty enjoyable display. The controls were very similar to those of previous Assassin's Creed titles, and were very responsive overall.
More of everything Assassin's Creed IIImahon | Sept. 12, 2013 | See all mahon's reviews »
Assassin's Creed III is special, and this is its special edition. Why? The game is different than its precedessors because it's not about Ezio, but it moves the action to North America, where you will be controlling a Native American assassin. And this edition is special because it already includes the Season Pass, granting you access to five expansion packs to the game. Moreover, the Deluxe edition adds four extra missions for singleplayer gamers and some additional content for collectors: official soundtrack and a PDF version of George Washington's notebook. This makes it interesting also for non-collector gamers, who simply want more gaming content for their Assassin's Creed III game.