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Last game with ezio the moust awsome guy in assassin creed enjoyed it very much and the new feature the hook or whatever the combat was awsome same as before you felt as a badass
Another game with Ezio,where he explores Altair's past.The game has good controls and the stealth is very well made.As always the story is interesting and keeps you guessing what will happen next.Got it after my friend recommended it to me and absolutely think it's worth buying.
This game has me very conflicted. First of all, it should be established that the game itself is fun to play, the mechanics and new elements are cool. And here comes the...BUT... the game is not as good as its previous instalment AC: Brotherhood. Ezio deserved a better send off. The game also felt much shorter than the previous ones. I think mainly because the story was not constructed as well written and so I wasn't motivated to follow other quests than the main story which I completed pretty fast. The game is enjoyable but the truth is that you're left with a sour taste at the end along with some melancholy that you're saying goodbye to Ezio Auditore. They could have really used and explored the new environment they chose to put us into but Revelations felt more like a very long final mission or DLC than a game itself. I'm glad I played through it but I have to say I was a bit disappointed. If you get a good deal on the game then definitely go through the last chapter of Ezios story.
This final title serves as a great send off for both the protagonists from Assassin's Creed I and Assassin's Creed II through Revelation. The Altair missions were fun to play and it was great to learn what became of this legendary Assassins post first game. It was full of sorrows but also hope. As for Ezio, it was good to see his progression through life, no longer was he doing it for revenge but instead as a teacher and a student. He had become a legend himself and to see him follow in the footsteps of Altair to learn what it really meant to be an Assassin was interesting and it was an emotional end to a great trilogy. My only gripes are the hook blade and some minor story blunders. The hook blade is a real throw off serving no real purpose and the story is good but there are some holes and nonsense.
Assassin's Creed Revelations is the first game in the franchise where the cash grab becomes as clear as daylight. It's a copy paste of Brotherhood, except not nearly as good. The plot is clearly overextended, bringing unnecessary elements to what was a somewhat solid and cohesive plot. The gameplay is not as fun as previous installments. This is the first game where enemies actually have firearms. Of course I'm not talking about sub-machine guns. They have those rifles where they shoot and spend the next 40 seconds reloading. Still, it's not well implemented. It's so annoying to be fighting a group of enemies with swords just to die from a shot fired from a rooftop (this gladly was improved in Assassin's Creed 3). It also introduces a new locomotion system, in the form of lines you can travel across using your newly acquired hook. With all that said, Assassin's Creed Revelations is not a bad game. But it's a step down in quality from previous instillments resulted from a clear cash grab. You will not miss anything if you skip this one.
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