Take on the role of Connor (also known by his birth name, Ratohnhaké:ton), a half-English, half-Mohawk man who is drawn into the fight against tyranny when his home is attacked by white colonists.Read full description
Take on the role of Connor (also known by his birth name, Ratohnhaké:ton), a half-English, half-Mohawk man who is drawn into the fight against tyranny when his home is attacked by white colonists.
This time, the war between the Assassins and the Templars has moved to Colonial America.
Explore the highly expansive Frontier, in addition to Boston and New York
Encounter historical figures including George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Charles Lee.
A brand new protagonist and setting to exploit Ubisoft's critically acclaimed open world stealth functionality.
Complete the story of Desmond Miles, the protagonist of the Assassin's Creed series.
The biggest Assassins Creed game yet!
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Now seriously, this game is incredible I thought that this saga of Assassins Creed seemed boring and many other things, but since leaving the III I felt a change, this game has some history changes that will drive you crazy, the graphics are epic sincerely and is a classic of the previous generation Ubisoft the truth that was a great leap for the saga, even so I love the dynamics of the previous and to reach the history of this I love, seriously a great change. Recommended.
For a couple of years, Assassin's Creed III has been tagged as the black sheep of the franchise, or the "bad one", and even thou it has it's letdowns, it is still a great game with a missing opportunity with a bad protagonist. Connor (Ratohnhak?:ton), it's just a generic, bland, character that is there because... He is. Altair, Ezio, Edward and many more had great more personality, but just as Arno, Connor fails to meet expectations for us, the fans. The setting is great, the real historical characters too, the introduction of playable boats (That was later improved for AC IV Black Flag) was algo really great. Recommended if you can get pass Connor.
AC3 has a weak storyline and protagonist, who is a whiny man child, whose actions don't make any sense. As these are in my opinion the most important parts of an Assassin's Creed game, the game falls flat. Furthermore, it also has the usual flaws of AC games like having to deal with uplay and being a pain to play with a keyboard and mouse. It is worth a play if you get it on sale and are a fan of the series, but otherwise go with AC: Rogue if you want a similar setting with a better story.
Assassin's Creed 3 is bigger and more ambitious than all previous incarnations of the series, but a few misstates leaves it short of being the series' best yet, it's just simply another great Assassin's Creed game, the story that takes place during American Revolution will make you understand its history and what happened exactly. combat and weapons are similar to other Assassin Creed Games in the series but the setting is different same with its environment,snowy environment,nice naval combat etc. I recommend this game for people that like similar Assassin Creed Games like this one.
The game does start off excrutiatingly slow (think of recent Zelda titles for comparison), but you can get through the initial storyline quickly enough. The main story follows the progress of the revolution, and its historical interest helps mask the fact that not much is happening over the series of game sequences. I like to pursue side missions, which dragged my completion time out to 35 hours for this game. There are numerous side quests, some of which can help you progress and provide future updates to your items. From what I can tell, though, these side quests are mandatory if you want to be able to upgrade your items, and that seems rather silly. Looks like no quiver or pouch upgrade for you if you don't complete the side missions. The fighting, though not perfect, was definitely improved in this game. The first AC game required you to wait for an attack and then counter. ACII and ACB allowed you to actually attack your oponents, but only one would come after you at a time. ACR had multiple opponents attacking at once, but you could frustratingly only block one at a time. ACIII finally has multiple opponents attacking you and you can block/counter/attack multiple opponents at the same time. Combat is still easy, but it's much more fluid. In terms of overall Assassin's Creed storyline, Desmond's story turns out pretty lame, and that was kind of disappointing, but I mainly play for the in-Animus portion of the game anyway. Multiplayer doesn't seem to have changed much from ACR to ACIII, but it's still enjoyable.
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