Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed III
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Disappointing entry in the franchise
5 April 2014
Summary: Having played all the previous AC games, I was let down with this one. In fact, I never finished it, which says a lot. The first half of the game is so linear that it simply defies the concepts that made AC great. Namely free exploration, side quests, random encounters and the like.
Summary: Out of all the AC releases, AC3 in my opinion, is the most frustrating and unfulfilling. While it was certainly ambitious in its setting and story, I felt the game fell short of many AC staples. I liked the concept of a new setting and a farewell to Ezio.
Summary: I just finished this game, and I have to say it was pretty awesome, but the technical problems were a huge detractor for me. I got really sick of climbing up walls on accident, perching on handrails during missions where I have to chase down enemies, and freerunning off a cliff.
I think ubi soft assassinated the team responsible for making the last game to make this one
the gamer, Amazon
8 January 2013
Summary: Well I got this game during the gold box deal for around 30 dollars when it was still going for about 60 dollars before. This is a long review so if you don't want a long read just head to the conclusion I make it quite brief but for detailed explanations of problems go ahead and read.
Summary: The graphics are amazing but I don't like the way the characters are drawn, especially Desmond. He doesn't look 'quite right'. The areas are fun to explore and the side quests are a nice break from main missions. Hunting is also fun to do. The main missions are ok bordering on 'meh'.
Summary: the ending is garbage. Not to give anything away, but it almost feels like someone at Ubisoft wrote the first 90% of this game, and then handed it off to someone else for the last 10% and he just....didn't care.
Summary: You can find so many reviews for this game all over the place, so I'll just review this as the limited edition packaged version. First off, the Connor statuette, the biggest selling point for the limited edition, is rendered in fabulous detail.
Summary: Note: This is being written by someone who is at 99% synchronization. I've logged over 60 hrs of gameplay. As a big AC fan, I expected a lot from this game--perhaps too much. Overall, I liked the game, and really like Connor (I know most people don't), but there are serious issues in this game that...
Summary: I bought this limited Edition because I love everything about the assassin's Creed series. First I will address what I loved about this edition: 1. The buckle is very thick and very real. at first I was afraid it would be some cheap looking plastic toy but it isn't. I can't wait to wear it. 2.
Summary: I was immensely looking forward to this game, but now that I've played through it, I'm disappointed. Don't get me wrong, it's not a bad game, but it really didn't have that extra specialness that kept me addicted to the Ezio games.