Assassin's Creed Revelations: Gold (NA)
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Assassin's Creed Revelations: Gold Edition includes the full game of Assassin's Creed Revelations plus 3 DLC packs.
The Ancestor’s Character Pack (DLC 1)
4 new multiplayer characters, including:
- The swashbuckling Privateer
- The deadly siren Corsair
- The opportunistic Brigand
- The bloodthirsty Gladiator
The Ancestors Multiplayer Character Pack DLC also includes new customization items for your characters
The Mediterranean Traveller Maps Pack (DLC 2)
6 multiplayer maps, including:
- 3 new locations (Jerusalem, Imperial and Dyers)
- 3 maps from Assassin's Creed Brotherhood (Siena, Firenze and San Donato).
Also unlocks customization items for your characters and new Trophies
The Lost Archive (DLC 3)
Innovative narration style and puzzle-platforming gameplay pioneered in Assassin’s Creed Revelations’ present-day Desmond sequences.
- New single player features:
- 3 character skins: Ezio Turkish Assassin Armour, Altaïr robe, the Armour of Brutus
- Capacity upgrades for: gun, crossbow, bomb capacities
- 1 additional mission: "Vlad the Impaler Prison"
- New multiplayer features:
- 3 characters: the Crusader, Ottoman Jester, Ottoman Doctor
BECOME DEADLIER THAN EVER – Wield the lethal skills of a wiser, more efficient and deadlier Ezio. Swiftly eliminate your adversaries by deploying a new arsenal of weapons and abilities, such as enhanced free-running and hook blade combat. Experience new levels of gameplay customization with bomb crafting, and use heightened Eagle Vision to overcome your enemies and the environment.
HERALD THE RETURN OF A LEGEND – Experience the return of Altaïr, the hero of the original Assassin’s Creed, as a playable character.
JOURNEY TO CONSTANTINOPLE – Discover picturesque settings, from Masyaf, the mountain stronghold of the Assassins during the Third Crusade to the vibrant and exotic Constantinople, the jewel of the Ottoman Empire in the 16th Century.
TEST YOUR SKILLS AGAINST THE BEST – A critically acclaimed multiplayer experience gets even better, with all-new team modes and infinite replay value.
EXPERIENCE REVOLUTIONARY GAMEPLAY – Explore the farthest reaches of the Animus as you uncover the mysteries of Desmond’s past while gaining insight into what the future might hold.
A good way to end the Ezio TrilogyKveni | Nov. 11, 2014 | See all Kveni's reviews »
I really like the Ezio trilogy, and they were (in my opinion) the best three Assassin's Creed games you could get. This game was my least favorite OF THE THREE, but is still a fantastic game. In this one, they REALLY improved the gameplay mechanics, listening to gamers suggestions, and made the gameplay of the game absolutely fantastic, and totally playable. The storyline was good, nothing too fantastic, but it was still enjoyable and stealthy as usual. The combat felt like Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, which COULD be expected, seeing as you play as Ezio in both games, but a little change in combat is always nice. There are lots of side missions to complete, and lots of treasure to find, which continue to add stuff to do in the game. The multiplayer is a great place to go to test your Assassin's Creed skills with other REAL players around the world, and is a great way to unwind without feeling alone in the single player mode. A really great addition to the Assassin's Creed games.
Saying goodbye to Ezio and Altairmidgetjacks | Oct. 10, 2014 | See all midgetjacks's reviews »
With Revelations, the Ezio trilogy comes to a close. Altair is also given a sendoff that I found strangely touching. And then Desmond does stuff in first person. I guess you learn his backstory, but it feels more like filler.
Now, as for the game itself. The city is fun enough to run around in, or actually, on top off. There are now zip lines you can use, but for the most part, it remains largely unchanged. The city itself, though, isn't anywhere near my favorite. I'd put it between Rome and Venice/whatever else was in AC2.
The combat is mostly the same as Brotherhood, with the addition of bombs, which don't really add much to the game. You still recruit assassins and send them on missions or call them to your side in game. There's also more of the puzzle dungeons, which are usually pretty good. And this version includes all the dlc, which is mostly useful if you liked the multiplayer.
When it comes down to it, this is still a fine entry in the Assassin's Creed franchise. By this point the gameplay was starting to get stale, but if you're like me and enjoyed the prior games, this one will still hold your attention.