Summary: From the very beginning of the game I was hooked! Ezio is an amazing character and it's great that we got to learn his back story unlike Altair. Everything is great about this game and I highly recommend it to everyone!
Summary: A huge improvement from the already ambitious AC1. Ezio quickly became one of the most likable and memorable characters in gaming history, and we followed his life until its end on AC: Revelations. Now with AC3 out and AC4 close to release, I'm sad that this series became a yearly IP and how the HUGE jump from AC1 to AC2 never repeated itself. What once was a potential contender for IP of the generation degenerated into a moneycow for Ubisoft.
Excellent game! As close to true roaming as possible
Todd L. Wilkerson, Amazon
5 September 2013
Summary: I love this game. One of my favorite things with it is that you can basically go anywhere. Oh look, a building. I wonder what it looks like on top of that building... climb up it and see. Oh look another building, this one has guards in front of it.... Oh well, I will climb over it and into it or kill the guards. It doesn't have any of the fake 'there is someone guarding this building and there is no way past them and I can't kill them' crap.
Summary: After ACI, the game play has improved. The extras are nice if you like more story. Also, as some who used to live in Florence, visited the other cities, and has longed to return ever since, they nailed the feeling of the locations, though Florence has been slightly compacted in some areas, though for the same of the game, it is acceptable.