Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed: Revelations
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Kind of dissapointed...
14 May 2013
Summary: Ezio's storyline was so great up to this game, and the only reason I say UP TO this game is pretty much just because it was anti-climactic in my opinion, and the game was VERY short. I didn't play much multiplayer, I like Assassin's Creed for the storyline. But all in all, it's definitely worth playing the Assassin's Creed series, this game had some REALLY cool parts, don't get me wrong, I just wish it was longer and more climactic.
Good enough that playing doesn't feel like a drag, but not much more than that.
B. Mohnkern, Amazon
18 March 2013
Summary: Having played the first three Assassin's Creed games, I was skeptical of this one. I wanted to play through it since Assassin's Creed III looked so good, but I was worried that it would be in the same line as Assassin's creed: Brotherhood, and be more of the same. The new locations and characters are somewhat neat, but this is the same game as the previous two.
Summary: If you like Assassins Creed then you will enjoy this game. However it does get a bit repatitive. Also they introuduce a new skill of bomb making but after the first lesson, it is never brought up again and is not needed to accomplish any mission. The graphic look great but just like on all the AC games the controls are a bit glitchy and you will constantly find yourself climbing things you do not want to.
Summary: I'm writing this review because I think the overall rating for "ASSASSIN'S CREED REVELATIONS" is a bit over-weighted on the high side. It's not a bad game, just not a great game - hence my middle of the road 3-stars. Here's why: PROS - Visuals: One of the main reasons I play video games is to be immersed in a wholly-created environment that I couldn't experience any other way.
An alright game in itself but disappointing after AC2 and Brotherhood.
17 December 2011
Summary: This game was a rather large disappointment for me. It felt like it should be a DLC for Brotherhood, in terms of length, depth and new features. Abysmally short with a comparatively poor story and the upgrade/restoration features just weren't compelling unlike II and Brotherhood (You could only get 3 sets of armor in the campaign if you weren't focused on collecting all 100 memory fragments, the rest were pre-order and retail exclusives.
Summary: Im a big fan of Assassins creed but I have to say that Revelations is a very short game. In the it gets good but it only last 2-3 hours and the game is not worth a full price - If you are a fan of Ezio this is a perfect conclusion to his story
Summary: I paid the extra £4 not wanting the 'essentials' case. I got the essentials' case. Please display exactly what you are selling. Anyway, a nice change of scenery from the previous 2 games, slightly better looking, but does not feel as epic in the story telling department.
Summary: The front cover on amazon and the title says "(Including the original Assassins Creed) ". However, having ordered through amazon marketplace expecting to recieve the same deal I got only the main game. Still good but disappointing as I was expecting 2 games in one.
Excerpt: "I loved the games prior to Revelations. In particular, the storyline of Desmond caught my attention and has kept me enticed with the franchise throughout. Each game introduced new abilities and game types which made playing different and prevented boredom I still consider the game a single-player game as I have never got into the multi-player element. I do not particularly enjoy it due to the slow nature of the matches. What makes it worse is Ubisoft's ...
Summary: I just revisited this game to refresh my memory of it before ACIII comes out tomorrow. It is good that it includes the original Assassin's Creed game with this one. The dynamic and vibrant city of Constantinople makes for a nice change, although as in Brotherhood, this is the only map available. There is a good multiplayer experience, better than the one in Brotherhood. This game is a good final chapter to Ezio's story, linking back with Altair too.