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Assassin's Creed III






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Assassin's Creed III





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.

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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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Ubisoft Montreal
Thursday, November 22, 2012
English, French, German, Italian, Spanish
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Minimum Requirements
  • OS: Windows Vista (SP2) / Windows 7 (SP1) / Windows 8
  • Processor: 2.66 GHz Intel Core2 Duo E6700 or 3.00 GHz AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ or better recommended
  • RAM: 2 GB (4 GB recommended)
  • Video Card: 512 MB DirectX 9.0c-compliant with Shader Model 4.0 or higher (see supported list)*
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c-compliant
  • Hard Drive Space: 17 GB
  • Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360 -Controller for Windows recommended)
  • Multiplayer: 256 kbps or faster broadband connection
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Reviews for Assassin's Creed III

Good game

The game is good and has nice plot twists as well as good graphics.The story is very well made and the missions are too.I really like the characters and the different weapons you can use.Definitely recommended.

Visually pleasing.

This is by far the most visually pleasing game in the assassins creed series.With a wide map and different seasons, it pleases the eyes. The story follows the life of Ratonhaketon.This game is the first in the series that actually made it feel like it was open world.Of course, the others are also open world, but the things you can do are limited.In this game however, there are lots of things to do that are interesting, like hunting animals for instance. The difficulty is not hard.It is normal most of the time.Combat mechanisms have been slightly improved.The new animations during fight sequences makes it much more interesting to fight. This is in my opinion very different from the other games in the series, but is is very good nonetheless.

Good but Problematic

This game was a great refresher from the previous games with its new colonial era setting and a host of new game play and graphics makeovers. The story is very interesting and the updated mechanics add to the game but this game has issues. The first is the voice actor for Connor. I know they were probably somewhat limited in choice of voice actors but this person struggled to convey emotion and Connor often sounded flat or monotone. The second is the environment. There was a lot of open space both in the towns and in the frontier which ultimately meant that parkour was rendered almost completely useless which is one of the things these games are really known and played for.

Can This Game Hold Itself Agains The Previous Numbered Installment?

Unfortunately, no. After two unnumbered releases, everyone was excited to see what Ubisoft had in store with this one. The trailers were great, and people were anxiously looking to what could be the next big step in the Assassin's Creed franchise. That was not the case, though. The new setting, Colonial USA, sets a new standard of beauty for the series, but it doesn't captivate as much as previous settings. The new protagonist, Connor, is not nearly as charismatic as Ezio, a fan favorite. However, he looks awesome. It really gives you a powerful feel to play as him. The plot... well... it's "aaright". It's not as good as Assassin's Creed 2 or Brotherhood, but not as shallow as Revelations. It brings more emphasis into the modern time, and you'll know more about why everything happens and especially more about Desmond. And the gameplay brings new good stuff, new bad stuff, improves on some things and worsen others. You can now parkour on trees which is awesome. It works surprisingly well. My main gripe with the gameplay aspect is the AI. It's worse that it has ever been. You'll fail a lot trying to get 100% synchronisation on missions because of that. In the end, Assassin's Creed 3 is a worthy addition to the series. Unlike Revelations, this one brings good reasons for you to play it. It's not as good as AC2 or Brotherhood, but it's nice.

A Clever Story And Enjoyable Gameplay

For me, this Assassins Creed introduced some very impressive game play, especially with the combat system. I found that with the combat system, it was both simple and fun to get used to, making the game feel exhilarating during its combat phases. On a side note, i also found that the story line of this game was very well thought out, just a couple of parts didn't really make sense to me. Overall i thought that this was a very enjoyable game from start to finish, just a couple of things could of been touched up on a little better.

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