Second game has download code, first one does not.
29 September 2015
Summary: A good deal if you want to start the series (like me!), but one thing to note: the second game comes with a code to directly download it onto your computer, but I guess the first game is too old for this.
Summary: #1..... I didn't enjoy it as much as I expected, but I did start off playing AC brotherhood which I guess made me spoiled. But, still a great deal, 2 for the price of 1. I thought they would have came in their personal cases tho, they just came in with cardboard protecting it.
Summary: Not being a video controller user, but a keyboardist, the game's use of the keyboard commands differ quite a bit from other games of its ilk and was difficult to traverse. Still cant wrap my head around it.
Summary: First, the delivery was prompt, the product came in excellent condition, and both games were present. Now for the games themselves, Pros: It's Assassins Creed, great for fans of the game. Cons: None really; However, the first game has no product key. It installs without one which is fine.
Summary: This is an awesome game but no fault of the game I am not able to use the keyboard to control my character, I am just too used to using a joystick that does not work in this game (at least for me).
Summary: some of the npc's are a bit difficult to kill but possible. Kinda pointless to ride the horse anywhere in the game but the storyline and graphics are the best. You get your money's worth either way.
Summary: It all started with a team of top-notch developers who have built a great game. Then a manager at UbiSoft said "but we need something like Steam on top, and it must look cool, and it must be social, and it must be in the could, and it must be viral, and it must have a dancing baby, ...".