Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed: Altair Chronicles
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John R . Moore, J.r., Amazon
2 November 2013
Summary: From 14 year old. Came with case and booklet, my parents allowed me to try this game out on the DS to make sure that the handheld worked. It was very fun despite the fact that they gave me 5 minutes to try it. I have watched youtube videos on it and I personally really like it. I do recommend this game for your DS.
Summary: of course this is a DS game so the graphics are really horrible and the gameplay was ok but not the best other than that the game was cool the story was cool as well it took me about a day and a half to beat it but finding stuff also helps with the games short story and stuff lol
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. Altair's Chronicles fleshes out some of Altair's history showing more of his life one year before AC1. This game is one of the better spin off games in a series.
Summary: This game is fun, i like the obstabicles you have to go through but i'm am a little bumbed on the lack of fighting ability in the beginnig but the more you get into the game the more ways you get to fight and kill characters. which is the whole point of the game.
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 saying it is. I, too, have yet to play the console version, so i can't compare, hoeever, you can't really compare a handheld version the console versions, its not really fair.
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 will also hook you and pull you into the world of Altair, a much feared assassin. I've never felt so immersed on such a small screen.