Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed: Revelations
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Good game. Has different style. I would recommend.
17 February 2014
Summary: I wanted to buy this to continue with the storyline and to have this experience. The style of the game is a mix of AC1 and the gameplay of AC2. Elements of the game play such as the den defense are very fun if you like to control groups in a tower defense style. The graphics seem rougher than AC3 but it gives it a different feel.
Summary: This game inspired my family to go Istanbul on vacation one year. I showed the scenery in the game to my mother and she said Istanbul seemed like a nice city. That next spring break one could guess where we travelled? I actually was able to go to the Galata Tower and to tour Topkapi Palace! It was so exciting to actually walk though places that I had seen on the game and be able to compare the game versions to reality!
Summary: This gane is easily one of the best assassins creed games i've ever played and from a person like me whoes played every asassins creed thats good. The gameplay wasnt just a go and kill you have techniques to kill diffrent types of people and you can do it anyway you want which makes the game really unique.
Summary: Well I thought about getting this game but was unsure then I played it at my cousin's and realized this game was the best. The graphics are unique the story pulls you right in. This game is honestly without a doubt the number #1 game I am totally ready for the next Assassins Creed...
Summary: There is a pattern that has taken root with Assassin's Creed games, and a divison between the titles. Revelations joins Brotherhood on the multiplayer and strategic elements side this time around. The gameplay is just as solid as past titles and the same repetitive elements are present, but this doesn't take away from the overall story. I recommend this game primarily to see the story of Ezio and Altair out to it's end, before the shift to the Revolutionary War.