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I’d never touched upon the Assassin’s Creed series, but luckily for me Steam came to the rescue with some stupidly cheap prices during an offer week, so I managed to pick up the first two games nice and cheap. I’ve already played through the original and posted my take on that a few weeks ago, and if you don’t want to read all of that review, here was my final thought:
The environments and animations are top notch; the gameplay is essentially fun, but progression gets a little repetitive by the end; and the narrative would be much more interesting if the delivery wasn’t so disjoint from the gameplay. But overall, Assassin’s Creed is a good enough game, and one that I’ve enjoyed playing through – but it’s a good job it ended when it did; if it was much longer I suspect I’d have got bored before reaching the end.
Lets see what the second game of the series has to offer.
I’m not a Splinter-Cell fanatic who played all the prequels, but I loved playing Double agent with friends, mostly multi-player mode. By the way, recent games of Ubisoft had been quite interesting: Assassin’s Creed I & II for example. My friends dragged me into this new version of Splinter Cell last two weeks. Well then: I think it’s time to review it. more »
I’ve never touched upon the Assassin’s Creed series, in fact I know little about it other than a few friends have told me it’s “good”, although I’m not sure if they mean the series as a whole, or a single game, or what. To be honest, I’m not really sure why this one slipped entirely under my radar.
Luckily for me, Steam came to the rescue again with stupidly cheap prices during an offer week, so I managed to pick up the first two games nice and cheap. Let’s see what they’re like…