Conclusion: Fear not, because this (and several other) achievements are glitched in a good way, making them almost impossible *not* to get. You should be able to get all 19 achievements in about 10-12 hours of playtime.
Excerpt: If you’ll allow this prospective pirate to get personal for a moment, we really didn’t want to like Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. Having spent far, far too long killing this and that in the ol’ Animus throughout the five previous major titles in the six-year franchise, we’re starting to get the...
Pros: Lovely graphics; engaging naval exploration and combat; streamlined gameplay across a sprawling landscape; fun mobile tie-ins.
Cons: Boring “real-world” motif; slow unlocks; not all that challenging; Uplay is Upaltry.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag – Freedom Cry DLC Review
6 January 2014
Summary: Freedom Cry is pretty much another four or five hours of Black Flag, but this time in the capable shoes of Adéwalé. A self-contained tale about the human catastrophe of slavery is an abrupt turn from the original’s happy-go-lucky plundering style, but the game’s mechanics adapt relatively well.
Assassin's Creed III : The Tyranny of King Washington Episode 1 Review
2 April 2013
Excerpt: Downloadable content is always most successful when it takes a game and characters that you know well and puts them in a new, ideally implausible setting – like Red Dead Redemption’s Undead Nightmare, or Borderlands’ Zombie Island of Dr Ned.
Excerpt: I am pursuing a man in a tricorner hat through the streets of colonial New York. In the top-left of the screen, Assassin’s Creed III instructs me to chase him. In smaller text just below it, there is a secondary objective: ‘do not shove or tackle anyone’.