Excerpt: Well, I have to admit that I have arrived to the Assassin’s Creed party late. It is not that I have felt that Assassin’s Creed was not a franchise for me, more about having the time to play. There is a method to the madness in writing this first sentence and that is to say that Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood is actually the first title in the franchise I have managed to spend a lot of time on.
Assassin's Creed Brotherhood - Da Vinci Disappearance
6 October 2011
Conclusion: The Da Vinci Disappearance DLC is a welcome - if rather brief - jump back into the world of Ezio; We loved said world the first time around, and nothing has changed since then. Pour yourself a beverage, grab the controller and sit down for a great evening of stabby stabby.
Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood The Da Vinci Disappearance
Talking About Games
14 March 2011
Excerpt: In the Da Vinci Disappearance, Ezio has finished off his business in Rome and has come to Leonardo Da Vinci to help charter a boat to chase after the fleeing Cesare Borgia. Instead of continuing on his mission, Ezio becomes wrapped up in the abduction of Da Vinci and must track down five paintings that […]
Summary: The Assassin's Creed series has always blended the historical with the fictional to great effect, and Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - The Da Vinci Disappearance is no exception. This downloadable add-on introduces a great new character in Salai, Leonardo da Vinci's assistant. It's clear, though, that Salai is more than an errand boy--he's Leonardo's beloved.
Pros: Fantastic final level, Some great platforming sections, Charming characters and dialogue, A good amount of content for a good price
Cons: Chases and protracted stalking sequences aren't any fun, Story inconsistencies
Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood: The Da Vinci Disappearance
8 March 2011
Excerpt: Brotherhood’s first two downloadable packs offered free multiplayer content, but The Da Vinci Disappearance is a much more significant package, delivering a decent chunk of single-player action alongside further multiplayer options. On tap for Ezio are about two hours of missions revolving around the missing painter, wherein you’ll scour Rome for stolen paintings and clues before setting off to reclaim your kidnapped ally.
Pros: + Solid campaign memory with entertaining moments., + Worthwhile multiplayer modes, plus a new map and characters.
Cons: - Doesn’t significantly contribute to the series narrative — or not yet, at least., ? Will Brotherhood get any more free DLC, or is it just premium packs from here on out?
Summary: Jste jeden s fanů Assassin Creed? Tak nejpíše spolu se mnou čekáte na další díl Brotherhood. Pro majitele konzolí, už vyšel, pro PC hráče vyjde 25.2.2011. V Assassins Creed: Brotherhood bude multyplayer mode a spoustů dalších nových věcí.
Conclusion: Le compositeur de la bande originale a repris pas mal de thèmes sonores du précédent volet qu’il a remaniés et épurés. Moins charismatiques, les nouveaux thèmes sont néanmoins adaptés aux différents contextes. Les bruitages et les doublages français restent sans surprise de grande qualité, on regrette uniquement que la synchronisation labiale soit moins travaillée.
Pros: Le détail artistique, L'énorme cité de Rome, La durée de vie élevée, Le stressant mode multi-joueurs
Cons: Trop facile, Scénario faible, Quelques soucis de caméra
Excerpt: It can be worrying when a sequel comes out as quickly as Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood. Especially since Assassin’s Creed II was great. You needn’t worry in this case though… Starting with a “Previously…” intro, bringing any newcomers up to date, the game continues from where Assassin’s Creed II left off, before taking you back to Ezio’s home. Here, he’s caught with his pants down… Well, off.
Conclusion: Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood is a pleasant surprise in every respect, even though some of the concerns you might have had regarding the single map and ageing formula still stand with the final product. Presenting a huge, beautiful open worldbursting with items to collect and side-quests to complete, it’s conceivable that you’ll spend as much time in Rome as you did in the last three cities combined.