Live and breathe as Ezio, a legendary Master Assassin, in his enduring struggle against the powerful Templar Order. He must journey into Italy’s greatest city, Rome, center of power, greed and corruption to strike at the heart of the enemy.
Defeating the corrupt tyrants entrenched there will require not only strength, but leadership, as Ezio commands an entire Brotherhood who will rally to his side. Only by working together can the Assassins defeat their mortal enemies.
And for the first time, introducing an award-winning multiplayer layer that allows you to choose from a wide range of unique characters, each with their own signature weapons and assassination techniques, and match your skills against other players from around the world.
It’s time to join the Brotherhood.
BE A LEGEND – Take Ezio, now a legendary Assassin, on a new adventure with 15+ hours of story-driven single-player gameplay.
LEAD AND CONTROL A LEGENDARY BROTHERHOOD – Recruit and customize your own guild. Train and level up assassins and command them to aid you in your quest.
DEPLOY SECRET WEAPONS – Swiftly eliminate your enemies using tools such as poison darts, parachutes, double hidden blades, hidden guns, and an advanced flying machine at your disposal.
WIN THE HEART OF A CITY – Use your hard-won currency to revitalize the crumbling capitol city. Rally the citizens to your cause and unlock extra factions and missions.
AWARD-WINNING MULTIPLAYER – Choose from multiple authentic character classes, each with their own signature weapons and killing moves. With richly detailed maps and a wide variety of unique multiplayer modes, you’ll never fight the same way twice.
*Note: This product does not support Windows® 98/ME/2000/NT
*Note: This product does not support Windows® 98/ME/2000/NT
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This is not a good game. Everything Ubisoft learned from AC II was disregarded and lost in this game. From the story, to the mini games, to the multiplayer, everything is a step backwards in Revelations. Ezio is more obnoxious and annoying than ever. All of the great gear you achieved in AC II is quickly lost for plot reasons and your city reduced to ash. The premise of the game is you are supposed to start over and build a new league of assassins. Unfortunately, even the recruiting aspect of the game is incredibly cookie cutter and not well implemented. This game was so bad and so incoherent I couldn't even make it halfway through before turning it off. I never even bothered with Revelations because by this time I was already fed up with Ezio and AC wasn't actually seeing any innovations with these yearly releases. The multiplayer was bad and I was happy when Ubisoft tossed the system after AC IV. Yeah, the only positive I can say about this game is that you get to go to Rome. Other than that, I'd pass on this one if I were you.
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is the peak of Ezio Auditore's skills, who is given the responsibility to Lead the Assassins through difficult times as Rodrigo Borgia's Son Cesare comes back victorious from a battle and makes Roma his Stronghold. AC: Brotherhood is defined as the pinnacle of Ezio's Assassin abilities as he gets to Lead the Assassin Brotherhood as its Mentor. After they successfully conquer most of Italy, Ezio comes back to his Villa, enjoying the off time from War however little does he know that a battle is brewing just outside his territory and a new Enemy has risen. Cesare Borgia, the son of Rodrigo. Cesare crushes the Assassin leadership and begins his new reign of theTemplars over Italia. Its upto you, Ezio Auditore Da Firenze, as a Master Assassin to guide the Brotherhood strategically and passionately towards regaining what they had all but lost. Gameplay-wise, the player now has a brotherhood of assassins to call upon whenever in dire need of support. Your job is to lead a new Assassin Revolution by recruiting strong willed citizens of Italia and turning them into skilled Assassins! Ezio's combat animations are now much more fluid, Sword combat is a lot improved and you have even more broad range of weapons to choose from. You set off young assassins to contracts for assassinating key Templar targets in abroad countries in order to train them, have them complete key Assassin missions and at the time of their come back, they're much more well disciplined and trained than ever before.Unlike previous games in the series, you get only a one huge map to play in, Rome which is the Capital of Italy. You can also build Assassin hubs throughout Rome, as you keep destroying the Templar Towers one by one! A Multiplayer component is for the first time introduced in the series as well! Graphically, the same texture assets are used in Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood as in AC II and so is the level of Character model quality. So, visually, we get a different Map to play in but all other graphical assets look the same. Its finely optimized for PC as i had zero issues running the game on my mid-range PC of that time. The quality of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood's Soundtrack is on par with AC II's in my opinion. This entry in the series has all the points it needs to be the Best so far. You have a plethora of weaponry to fight with, a full Brotherhood of Assassins that can back you in every single battle and you're at the peak of your Assassin abilities to fight through templar resistance and to finally claim victory over them once and for all!. It is an excellent and a worthy sequel to Assassin's Creed II and a must buy.
AC Brotherhood is the third game in the Assassin's Creed franchise and the continuation of the story about Ezio Auditore da Firenze, an assassin from Italy who lives in the time when the Borgia ( famous Italian mafia family ) came to power and ruled Rome with tyranny and corruption. It is also worth mentioning that Assassin's Creed franchise is educational, as the plot happens in real history, accompanied by real historical characters. It doesn't only give you a history lesson, but also makes you a part of it. THE STORY: Once more you take the role of Ezio Auditore da Firenze in this action packed sequel, only this time your journey leads you to Rome. The game continues exactly where Assassins Creed II finished and from there, it only gets more and more interesting. You will discover Rome, a capital of Italy, now ruined and full of corruption and decay as the Borgia family grow in power and grab hold of the city with their schemes. It all falls to you to uncover what they're plotting and put a stop to it, but only this time - you have your brotherhood to stand by your side against the tyranny of the Borgia. GAMEPLAY: The gameplay picks up tremendously from Assassins Creed II in this sequel. You gain new weapons such as a Crossbow - a medieval weapon that fires bolts at the enemy with huge penetrating power, though slow to reload. Though, the weapons are not the only thing that is new. Alongside the weapons are new agile moves and tools that make it easier to move around the city. New means of transportation such as parachutes from Leonardo da Vinci or one of the best moves in the game, the beam back-flip jump from a horse that lets you dismount quickly onto a beam to assassinate a pursuing guard on a horse. GRAPHICS AND BUGS: AC Brotherhood is unfortunately packed with graphical glitches, unoptimized framerate and many other gameplay bugs. I consider it important to note that Vsync is awful and should be turned off, otherwise it will drop your framerate to the bottom no matter what your PC configuration is, but you will have to turn it back on when you reach the final sequence - otherwise you will not be able to progress to the end of the game. MY OPINION: AC Brotherhood is a great game and a good continuation of Ezio's story, but it is kind of a one way road from the start to the finish. You can only play in Rome and even that is a small portion of what you'd expect. You will be locked away from the other parts of the city until sequence 7 and only one third of Rome is made of actual buildings that makes a city. The other parts of Rome are just plain ruins with open fields and it really becomes boring quite fast. This is one of those cases where a bigger map does not provide more fun. Also, it is has graphical glitches and bugs along with terrible Vsync that will stop your progression on the last sequence (you must turn it on then), but all in all it is a good game that I enjoyed very much, but not as much as other Assassin's Creed titles. The story is certainly the shining peak of this game, even though the exploration may not be.
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