Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed: Revelations
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22 March 2015
Summary: After the excellent Assassin's Creed II and the promising Brotherhood, Revelations becomes a bit of a confusing mess. It follows three protagonists (with one of them needing to be gone by now) with random flashbacks only adding to the pandemonium.
Excerpt: In this episode of Assassin's Creed we find out what happened to Desmond after the major cliffhanger of the previous game. We also find out what happens to Ezio and what has happened to Altair after the very first game. The developers juggle all the story elements quite well.
Summary: Assassin's Creed: Revelations Good Points: A wiser and beautiful new side of the great Ezio Auditore. HookBlade, it can be useful at times to escape quickly or scape with the zip in the rooftops.
Summary: The voice of Q from star trek as Desmond's father was somewhat enjoyable to me given the nature of the game being similar to the Q time continuum. I must say my game came with a copy of Embers which is why I have marked it down to an 8 out of 10.
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.
Summary: Assassin's Creed Revelations is great, and it improved some important things: a better assassin recruitment, top notch animations and added some awesome mechanics. Even the puzzle sequences are fun. And even it haves a really interesting story and a fantastic ending.
Summary: After Beating this game over a month ago, I can honestly say that while this is not the best Assassin's Creed in the series so far, it is still a very fun game to play. The story was more of the same, but was still intriguing all the way through.