Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed: Altair Chronicles
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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: 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: Very simple. To the point. Not much story line. Despite this, however, I had a good little time playing it. I'm a fan of the normal AC games and as simple as they are, this game is SIMPLE. You have five upgrades that come from obtaining blue dots showing you the path to the end of the game.
Summary: The good: - Side scroller with Prince of Persia / Tomb Raider type of gameplay. Good level design and good graphics. The bad: - Controls are just horrible. Altair hardly ever does what you want him to do. Jumping from the wall-rope anywhere is an exercise in frustration. - Wasted opportunity.
Summary: Truly an amazing game from a production viewpoint. Not many games that were taken this seriously on the NDS. I'm sure it was meant for DS gamers wanting a more "mature" game. If curiosity of whether the DS version is superior to iPod version brought you here, it is a matter of taste.
Summary: I bought this game hoping to find a challenging adventure, but what I found was a rather easy game overall, with very easy fights (it is almost impossible to die in a sword fight, only some "bosses" will challenge you a bit more).