Summary: Assassin's Creed III- The Infamy can be a fun, yet also frustrating experience. Certain people will like it; others will despise it. Some new elements, such as invisibility, are cool and add uniqueness to the experience.
Summary: The game contains 3 episodes each running from 2 to 4 hours long with side missions for those wanting 100% The story is a lot of fun and it wraps up showing you why George has gone mad! It's definitely worth the price, and I'd even go ahead to say that it's better than the main campaign. You're given 3 animal powers total, 1 each episode, and it blends in really well with the gameplay, and level design. Get this!
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I was fairly impressed with the first episode of DLC and the idea of playing with history and using alternate timelines is a good one. Evil Washington is awesome, and not quite as silly as Mecha-Hitler in Wolfy. Pacing is a bit off as certain missions can be a bit dull and repetitive. But I liked the powers you need them as EVERYONE in the world wants to kill you as soon as they see you in the DLC.
Summary: Terrible dlc full of bugs including game breaking issues. I could not continue the game because the bug stopped any further progession which many people have reported but the bug hasn't been fixed yet. Other bugs I've found in this dlc have been a dead soldier missing textures; a scripted sequence not activating so I had to restart the checkpoint for it to work; going to an objective marker only to find all your actions are then greyed out and you can't do anything...
Summary: I admit I had a serious amount of doubts about this whole Tyranny of King Washington thing, but when you play all of the 'real memory artifacts' stuff, you'll get it and probably love it. The only thing that I didn't like were the animal powers that make the game too easy, but in order for the game to be less easy, they put in annoying stuff like dogs. The price is good, however I would have enjoyed something more story centered.
Summary: This DLC is good but it really has you wanting to explore more as in traveling to a bunch of different parts of America and not just the east coast to see of how the new tyranny has affected everyone else but that never happens which is a huge disappointment
Summary: Besides being ridiculously overpriced and way too short the story of the DLC is nonsense. It establishes an alternative what would have been future about George Washington. Could be alright but not if the main character is the only person who remembers both story lines and is therefore most of the time confused. The level design is pretty poor.
Summary: This DLC was an overall weird experience... The new ability you get is pretty cool, but the story and missions revolved around it could be improved. It's definitely an entertaining new twist to the series... but remember, this is only part 1 out of 3. The DLC does not live up to its full potential yet.
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