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.
Summary: TL;DR version: This game had no reason to exist. Stealth assassin stuff is cool as usual, but there's not enough of it. Way too much completionist Zynga-style crap. Boring setting, characters and story.
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.
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.
Summary: The game had a few new aspects that made it an enjoyable experience, the story still being very well made and all, but being the fourth installment in the Assassin's Creed series, it sort of felt a little repetitive, the gameplay and voice acting did not change very much since the first.
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.
Summary: I have played all of the Assassins Creed games. The weapons and graphics get better with each installment. I really liked the bombs you can make yourself and the hook blade for traversing. The den defense was a horrible addition.
Summary: More of the same is not always a bad thing, especially when the "same" was good to begin with. The real problem with "Assassin's Creed: Revelations" is not its similarities to its predecessors - no, the core mechanics are still fun, and the plot feels more resolved than ever by Ezio's final mission.
Summary: Decent game, not worth $60 though. Everything seems familiar, and feels rushed. I felt like they were trying to end Ezio's story way to fast, and rushed the game and ended up creating a bad game.