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, ...".
Summary: I've played this game on both the XBOX 360 and the PC, and here's what I can tell you. It's a great game on both systems. On PC, it looks better and runs more smoothly, but not by a large margin. PC gamers usually expect more optimization for their platform, and that's understandable. This game looks pretty on PC, but is not a game to showcase your video card, by any means. That aside, it runs at a rock sold frame rate, and I've yet to encounter any glitches whatsoever.
Stealth, Freerunning, Swordfights, Political Corruption? Yeah, This Is My Kind Of Game
blaud, Empire Online
22 December 2011
Summary: Having never played the original Assassin's Creed, I was somewhat unsure as to whether I'd enjoy this title. After borrowing it from a friend, I settled into it immediately, loving the controls, the action, the production values, everything. It did take me a while to warm to the character of Ezio, but eventually I got used to his abominable one-liners and womanizing ways.
Summary: It is like a completely different game... More variety in the missions Different ways of showing you your status (health and awareness of guards etc.) More WEAPONS!!!!!!!!!!!!! That said, for some reason, while playing Assassin's Creed 2, I end up missing some of the old game play. I have no clue what it is, but I miss it... Now I'm becoming confused trying to think of what it is, but there is something lacking from the first game which I miss. ...