Fun game for all ages....Story Line Concept, not a big fan
28 April 2008
Summary: This is a fun game to play. My three year old son has really enjoyed beating up the bad guys with his sword. It has some reading, but it really isn't necessary to be able to read, since you just follow the arrow to where you need to go. He has really enjoyed it so far.
Summary: Very good, better than i expected from a handheld game, obviously does not measure up to original, but much better than expected, good gameplay, interesting plot, if a bit sketchy, some glitches, but nothing major, very good game over-all
Summary: More and more lately there have been great AAA games available for the DS, and quite a few of them are more adult oriented than the usual kiddie fare. This game is sweet! Offering quite a bit of sophistication for the system and displaying some of the best graphics seen to date on the DS, the story...
Summary: I simply did not enjoy this game. I expected a portable version of the console game, and I was largely disappointed when I played a mediocre platformer. The controls are clunky, and while the graphics push the DS to their limits, the unrealistic death scenes, cheap deaths such as hitting the water,...
Summary: Not worth it! As I am not as big of a fan of consoles as I am portables, I decided to buy this game at a local store. Big mistake! It is not a portable version of the console game. The graphics are horrible and pixilated and it lags.
Summary: Assassin's Creed makes its way to the DS, and provides some solid fun despite a hiccup or two. Assassin's Creed: Altair's Chronicles is a prequel of sorts as you play as deadly assassin Altair and take on some Price of Persia-esque platforming gameplay.
Summary: I got Assassins's Creed when it was on sale for $15 a couple weeks back, so if you can find it for cheap, than it is worth it, but i wouldn't waste $30 on it. After reading all the mediocre reviews, I had pretty low expectations for the game, but it defintely isn't as bad as a lot of people are...
Summary: If you enjoyed the first AC game and wanted to know more of Altair's backstory then this game is for you. The DS makes good use of its system's strengths and the stylis you have to wonder why it took this long for a game to take advantage of the touch screen.