Good game, but a little quality control would have made it better.
7 September 2013
Summary: I have just finished the main story line on this game, and it was a good 1 player game compared to several other 1 player games I have played recently. The game play is great aside from the glitches with the horse and a few missions where you could still see the person you were after but they say you are to far away and you end up loosing it and having to try again. If they ironed out a few of these glitches it would have have been a really good if not great game.
Summary: No two of these games is exactly alike. There are new challenges, new moves and new quest to master. It keeps it from going stale. There is also a new story setting. I hope they keep on making them for PC. Look forward to the next one and I keep replaying the old ones. Still haven't gotten a hundred percent on any of them. Entertaining games.
Summary: I bought it on sale and must say I love this game. The only reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is due to the complications of the CD-Key entering process. It would have been much simpler to have a special CD key for the deluxe edition that included the season pass and everything else in it. I'm still not sure if the last CD-Key was used properly or not. As for the game I found the story engaging and the game play smooth.
Good game - but requires an Internet connection and accounts at both Steam and Uplay to use
5 May 2013
Summary: Love the game, but do not love having to be connected to the Internet (and two different services) in order to play it. You must have both Steam and Uplay accounts and an Internet connection to play the game--which is a downside to this game for me. It has some of the best naval warfare sequences I've seen in a game, which is amazing considering it wasn't the game's primary focus.
Summary: While definitely the buggiest game of the series it still had a lot of highlights and great moments. Definitely enjoyed naval battles and also enjoyed watching the homestead change over time, but the main story didn't really connect with me much.
Summary: For stars instead of five for subjective as well as objective reasons - my present system's not up to the game, limited graphics setting capability in game precludes smoother play on low settings. Put away for now but will be up and running when new system purchased and operational. I've played and own all previous AC games and they're amont the best, particularly excellent in areas of visual quality and bug-free reliability.
Summary: The game was overall pretty decent as far as Assassin's Creed goes. I feel like I connected to the character a bit less than I did with Ezio, but perhaps that's only because we've been with Ezio for so much longer - and we didn't experience the entirety of Connor's training/induction, either. Connor is definitely a very passionate individual, and has a different persona from Ezio, which is good.