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: In this game you play Ezio, a well connected assassin from 15th century Spain. You are in search of the Spaniard who murdered your family but are side-tracked by a threat to your new family: the assassin's guild. This game is an outright beautifully designed platformer with enough replay-ability to keep you from wanting to sell it once it is over. Imagine Prince of Persia crossed with Sonic and that is the best way to describe the game play.
Summary: On the DS this game was a little tricky for me only because despite its automatic game control walk-through, I was having a hard time remembering the controls as to which button did what for which action or combination of actions. After playing for a bit it got easier. On the DS lite scale, this is a beautiful game rendered.
Summary: This game was for my son. He has been begging me for this game since it came out. We looked everywhere in stores but no one had it in stock. I finally had to look it up on line to order it. JR was the best place with all the online sites I had looked at, even gamestop did not have this product for the Nintendo DS.. So Thank you JR for having this product and saving me the headach of having to listen to my son over and over again.
Pros: Challenging, Fun To Play, Graphics, Great Sound, Kid Appropriate