Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed: Revelations
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snoopdog53 , GameStop
13 June 2013
Summary: ACR is a good game with a good story line. You are in Constantinople which is a great, big city that is fun to explore. You can upgrade Constantinople by renovating lots of shops like: blacksmiths, banks, tailors, bookshops, and medical shops. You can also buy many landmarks which are very expensive but just like renovating shops buying landmarks increases your city income, which comes in every 20 minutes. The story actually wasn't very long but it was still fun.
Summary: Despite adding a number of features, Assassin's Creed Revelations is very similar to its predecessors, and that's both its biggest strength and weakness. There's nothing wrong with Assassin's Creed. It's a great franchise with unique, compelling and well-designed gameplay. The catch is that we've effectively been doing similar things for the last several years now. Incremental upgrades are more than welcome, but at some point players need a new experience.
Summary: I own and have played all four Assassin's Creeds for PS3 and have enjoyed watching the story and the game engine progress. The fourth installment has impressed me and is a solid release. Revelations is an intriguing game. Not only is it the final installment in the Ezio trilogy but it also, as the cover suggests, draws connections between Ezio's personal truths and discoveries over a lifetime of dedication to the Creed and our old friend Altair.
Summary: I personally love this series, I've played the games since the start and my personal favorite was brotherhood. That was the best one, Revelation has better features but you would only be fooling yourself if you thought Revelations surpasses Brotherhood. Revelation doesn't necessarily have this spark to it like Brotherhood. Most of the features on Brotherhood are included in Revelations.
Summary: This game has a very awesome single player that was a very fun experience for me. The only part I took 2 points away from is the fact that the online is a little bit laggy and buggy but it doesnt happen VERY often.
Summary: This game I felt Ubisoft put a lot of effort into this game I really loved it, however I was a bit disappointed at the Multiplayer with only a few type of Game Modes to choose from, but the rest is truly unique and remarkable, I love how much effort they put into this game, The maps are astonishing, my favorites about the game are Ezio's agility and ability to do basic hardcore parkour, But that is the same with all of the Assasin's Creed games.
Summary: I really like this game, but it just doesn't live up to the standards set by AC2 and AC Brotherhood. The story is good but the ending just seemed cliche. The hookblade is cool but doesn't add much to differ the gameplay from the others. It was still a great last outing for Ezio.
Summary: After the bland flavor "AC: Brotherhood" left in most gamers' mouthes, "Revelations" seemed to address the inadequacies that plagued the previous. The story is more fleshed out, the gameplay is back on par, the scenery is gorgeous, and for a change, there is actually a challenge since the others didn't quite feel like they posed most of one against Ezio since you could just dispatch foes in counter-attacks methodically while taking minimal damage.
Summary: Ezio is getting old, and so is AC. As usual, the graphics and cut scenes are pretty good, the story is decent, and the mechanics have improved. The problem is that is the exact same game as AC, AC II, AC Brotherhood. Minor tweaks to the gameplay and new cities to explore weren't enough for me to really enjoy it this time around. If this is the first time you have played an Assassin's Creed game, you will love it.