Summary: Now that the PS4/ XBOX One are out, I'm trying out some of the last gen series that I never got a chance to. I've always heard good things about the Assassin's Creed series but just never got into it. The first Assassin's Creed game that looked interesting was Black Flag. I bought that game and didn't play much because I wanted to know the background story, so I decided to start with the first one. This game was fun and addicting.
Summary: First of It's kind...but the thing is, and it's hard for me to admit it, if you want to get into Assassin's Creed, it's hard to say this, but this game is not as good as you'd expect. The other games that proceed this game are fantastic and amazing (which is where I started, IV), but with this first game, mind you it came out over five years ago, it's the first of it's kind, and all those side activities, internet connection/syncing, ultimate sandbox experience, intense...
if you like climb, kill, and a good story this is your game.
8 April 2013
Summary: not everyone is good in this kind of games, and die is easy if you are new in the world of Assassin's Creed. The story in the begining is kind of confusing, where are you? why they want this information? is something good or bad behind this? I recomend this to gamers that like storical events in videogames and would like fight to unlock the true of the game.
Summary: This game has great gameplay and it helped set the basics for the future games. The whole free-running system is really fun although anyone who has played this game (including me) has accidentally started climbing something at least 50 times in one playthrough. The music is great and can really get you into the game. Add that to the pretty good graphics (aside from Altair's awkward climbing animation) and you get yourself a good game.
Summary: The fatal flaw of Assassin's Creed is the fact that it's so repetitive. It's also somewhat bland visually. The graphics are pretty decent for the time the game was made, but it lacks vibrant colors. They changed that in every game since. So why is the game so good? The the gameplay, the concepts, and the story. There are already loads of reviews and so on, so I won't elaborate.
Summary: The story line is long and twisting but so entertaining that its hard to put down. Some of the movements are a bit glitchy but the fight sequences are good. Wish you could've swam in this one.
Summary: I brought this game maybe two years ago when I got a PS3. It was great but even as a casual gamer I saw it's flaws. The appearance is where this game shines. Graphics and sound were awesome back then and still stand as above average today. The controls are amazing and feel natural. Phenomenal characters, story, and sense of freedom only add to this great package. But every game has it's flaws. This game is VERY linear, it doesn't have the variety of Assassin's Creed 2.
Summary: Now im not one to buy videogames used i always buy my games new except when i buy SNES games for the fact thats the only option. Now when i bought this game i thought that it would be good to get something different. Now the story is incredibly unique, complex, and it really pulls you in it was hard to get me away from this game for awhile.
Summary: When I first sat down to play Assassin's Creed on PC, I was hooked. Completely hooked and madly in love. I must have played about 7 hours straight, until four in the morning, before forcing myself to stop and go have AC dreams. I was blown away several things I'd never really experience in a game before.
Summary: I liked the game especially because it lets us people who aren't adept with console controllers actually have FUN with a game. Only 4 stars because there is TONS of repetition, but what game isn't seriously? All games have a bit of repetition, this one just has a lot more of it. Graphics are phenominal, character is easy to control, enemy Ai is good but not ridiculously intelligent.