Summary: I enjoyed the game, fun for passing the time and all. Not as in depth, obviously, as the main games. This is mostly filler, but fun. I thought it was great. The graphics were enjoyable and the puzzles, though frustrating as most games will be, (more likely from my lack of skill though...) it poses great challenges and is all around pretty good. If you're an Assassin's Creed fan, or someone looking for a cool game, i'd recommend it.
Summary: This is the first Assassin's Creed game I've ever owned, so I was really excited to start playing, but I was horribly disappointed with the controls. Granted, it's a DS game, so it wouldn't hold up against one of the main titles, which I'm still looking forward to owning one day. From what I've seen in any of the Assassin's Creed games, the controls are pretty intricate, but the timing for this one was really frustrating.
Summary: This is by far the best portable Assassin's Creed game to date. It is a 2.5D side scrolling action game with several elements of the counsel based games, not limited to, but including combos, counters, stealth kills, and collectables. The story line, while simple and predictable, but it wasn't bad at all. The game play is very fun and makes you want to constantly want to play one more level.
Summary: The Good: Looks good, sounds good, nice controls, variety of missions The Bad: Acrobatics aren't the easiest to do, gets very hard towards the end, can't really see where you're going, feels repetitive Assassin's Creed is an amazing franchise, and no one would have thought it would ever go to portable systems, but it did. Discovery follows Ezio in a 2D side scrolling adventure that plays out fairly well.
Summary: I already have two Mario games. I really have no interest in playing Ezio Decides to Pretend to be Mario for A Game. I got bored immediately. I feel as though the extensive maps and lively gameplay were the things that drew me to the original Assassin's Creed games. I enjoyed seeking my targets rather than being sidescrolled right to them. I loved the side missions, which this game attempts rather poorly.