Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed III
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Half way through installing the game I got a message ...
22 December 2014
Summary: Half way through installing the game I got a message that Punkbuster had not installed because it did not have access, but the game installed anyway. I then tried to play the game and got a message that a file was missing and the game would not play, that I might be able to correct this by re-installing the game. During re-installing the game I again got a message that Punkbuster was not installed and when I tried to play I got a message that a file was missing.
Summary: Assassin's Creed 3 continues the downward spiral began by Revelations. Why don't I like it? Here's the list: - Boring plot (unless you're into the revolutionary history but even then I doubt you will find it exciting), - boring and meaningless characters and events (particularly if you're not American and don't realise that you're bumping into famous people every two steps).
Summary: This is not a review of the content as I cannot state what the content is like. Even after going back and forth with Ubisoft Technical Support for going on 6+ months now this Season Pass will not work. Ubisoft is insistent even after sending them a copy of my Amazon Receipt and a copy of my Code from my Digital Vault that this is not a valid code for PC (the code I was given was for console apparently, according to Ubisoft).
Summary: A stunning game, despite all of the hate around it. Definitely not the worst of the AC series, and arguable one of the best-looking open world games out there. Combat feels great, and the animations are incredible. Conner (the main protagonist) has over 1000 character animations alone. Naval combat is fun, although the old tailing missions are still here.
Summary: Very deep game and a classic, timeless story, now I understand the hype behind it, always wanted to play them and now I had the chance.Full of rich "indirect" knowledge. Already beat both of them now on to part three. Also the Brotherhood and Revelations take part two deeper but I havent gotten there yet. Probably get those after I beat part three and four to relive as Ezio. Unity is right around the corner as well... at time of this review.
Summary: I feel like AC is dumbing down the controls and Conor is such an ass of a character it's hard to like him. Whenever you are out of the Animus it's so confusing on what to do next or go if you leave the game for a while and come back, not to mention being useless against Abstergo agents it's so frustrating. I like the story but so far it's the second worst one I've played (AC 1-3, Brotherhood, Revelations, Liberation, and Black Flag).
Summary: The graphics are fantastic, i think even better than AC IV Black Flag. The cinamatic scences are better than AC IV BF, my apinion. I use Win 7 64bit sp1 and there are NO glitches whatsoever unlike what other people say. Honestly i like this game way better than AC IV BF even after beating AC IV 3 times cause i like that game alot to. THIS GAME IS A GREAT BUY!
Summary: Game play was smooth and engaging. Graphics quality was outstanding, in my opinion, but I'm not that picky about that sort of thing. The manor missions were a little gimmicky to me. I just ignored them. There was more time spent on the story progression in the present, which I really appreciated. I can't imagine where they're going to take it from there. Looking forward to Black Flag. The missions at sea were hard to get used to, but were a nice break from the old grind.