Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed III
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Not an American version of the game. The DLC ...
11 September 2014
Summary: Not an American version of the game. The DLC codes don't work with an American PSN account. This detail should be stressed in the product description. And, frankly, it shouldn't be sold here in the US.
Summary: The single most boring AC game so far. They improved the combat and the way u can move through the open world (adding tree free running), but the story is so mucn boring. In addition, u only play as an assassin when u are half-way through (literally, the game has 12 secuences, and u become an...
Summary: This game is awful... I seriously want to write a long review but even then thinking about all of the bad just enrages me. Story was so predictable that I got to the part where you first get to sail your boat and gave up. That's it. I was done. I knew exactly what was going to happen.
Summary: Fail and disappointment f the year :( That's very sad because I'm big fan of AC series and was waiting hardly this part to come out. First, this is NOT AC game at all. Everything good from AC2, ACB and ACR is gone. Controls are totally changed and practically unplayable.
Summary: I've never uninstalled any open-world game before without finishing it first. AC3 will be the first. I decided I'd rather watch the ending on YouTube than suffer through the insanity of game design.
Summary: This is one of these games that could've been so insanely amazing because of it's insane quality. Instead it falls flat because of game design errors and a story not really suited for a "open world/free roaming"-game. So, what is good about AC III?
Summary: I can't even describe how much disappointed I am. I was hoping to own this cool steel case before it gets sold out ... I was excited for it and here it is, BROKEN. The disk is all right and fine since it is in the original case.
Summary: This is probably my most anticipated game ever, having been a fan of the Assassin's Creed franchise since the beginning. In March I found out about the new game and then immediately went to Amazon to pre-order. Three days or so prior to launch I called to verify with Amazon customer service.
Summary: I got AC 3 a fair few months ago, Revelations was ok but I didn't want to spend full price on this game. I think that was a good idea. Whereas Revelations was just a bit tired feeling AC 3 I found incredibly slow and full of glitches.