Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed III
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Assassin's Creed 3 PC Review
29 November 2012
Excerpt: I hate to admit that as a fan of big, epic games, I've really been struggling with the Assassin's Creed series over the years. This franchise is so ambitious, so complex, so overwrought that the games often feel like they're barely being held together, that from a gameplay and narrative (and not...
Excerpt: Assassin's Creed as a series may have gotten off to a rocky start thanks to the first game's clunky controls and bad AI – not to mention the fact that the pre-release material didn't mention Desmond or the modern setting at all – but the series has grown into its own beast and through five games has...
Conclusion: As the Assassin’s Creed franchise grows in scope and ambition, so too do the expectations of its players. Franchises die all the time – a combination of stagnant or complacent design choices mixed with ennui in its playerbase.
Pros: Grand storyline Excellent wilderness and open world in general Better activities, more activities
Cons: Characters a bit lackluster Buggy at times - not unheard of for an open world game, sadly
Excerpt: As the war between the Assassins and the Templars escalates, Ubisoft Montreal takes the Assassin Creed franchise to a whole new level in their latest game, ASSASSIN'S CREED 3. The game begins on the 31st of October 2012 which happens to be the official release date of the game as players are treated...
Excerpt: Shooting for the stars is a noble yet humbling endeavor. From one perspective, you are attempting to generate a timeless, masterful experience, and you should receive respect and encouragement.
Excerpt: We've blasted through every front of World War II, pointed-and-clicked our way through the trenches of World War I, and have fought countless battles that haven't even happened yet. Yet we've never stepped foot in the Revolutionary War.
Conclusion: Connor's adventure is an excellent one. His story is methodical and meticulous, much like the land his people inhabit. A slow build-up may deter players, but plenty of memorable moments are worth sticking around for.