Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
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Glitchy, Structured, but involving
Sarah Strobel, Amazon
21 February 2011
Summary: I've followed this story line since game 1. I fell in love with the original just because of the freedom in it. You always went at your pace, you chose what starter quests you did before going for the big kill, and there were almost no restrictions. You could either go kamikaze on your targets or be stealthy. You could stay and fight the guards afterward or bolt away. The second game added to that. You still had a sense of freedom only they added so much more.
Summary: (Continued Cons) Aside from all the flaws with Ezio are the flaws with Desmond while you are going to spend around an hour and a half with him in this game dont expect much its all puzzles and acrobatics with 0 combat even though you do have your hidden blades on. Also the ending is insane if you thought the AC2 ending was nuts then you going to be amazed at how loony this one is.
Pros: New content, more time playing as Desmond, and the story at least Desmond's part furthers the games story line.
Cons: The variety of this game is greatly lacking pretty much your going to be doing 4-5 different mission types a hundred times over and over again. Also the map just isn't to exciting it and gets very bland after a while. Secondly the continued story of Ezio is lacking in quality compared to the other the stories of Altiar and Ezio in the previous titles. The continued story of Ezio has little to no importance and just feels like a random slap up job for money if you both...
Summary: I love AC, primarily because it doesn't have all those trivial niggles that annoy me in other games. Star Wars, for example - it takes way too long to do simple things. However, with AC, you're highly unlikely to die in anything other than a fight and, with the exception of the Lairs and Tombs that earn you unbreakable armour and the best weapons in the game, the game generally doesn't require you to repeat irritating things over and over again.
Summary: A great game recommended the only negative points that i have to point is that the story of the game is short in comparsion with the predecessor Assassin's Creed 2. Add some small things like a bow, and a parachute, along with a new type of market were you need to destroy the Borgia Towers first.
not bad i will still buy games from the seires but lets hope they do get better
24 November 2011
Excerpt: having played games from the assasins creed series before i was hoping the guys and gals over at Ubisoft had brought out a game that was as good as the older ones but without that repetitivness that was found in earlier series, the result was better but still not as good as i was hoping , it was good for a while but again i started to get bored it was just a case of doing the same thing over and over again , the combat is still abit limited, i thought the days of...
Summary: Single player campaign is inferior to AC2 both in terms of length and quality. There are more side things to do but most of them have little impact on the story and are not actually needed to strengthen Ezio, as you can unlock most useful upgrades quite easily. Anyway, Leonardo's missions with vehicles make for a pretty enjoyable diversion.