Summary: This is the point where I have decided that I have better things to do with my time than play any Assassin's Creed games after this one. The story is fun, the gameplay is fun, but it really feels like a lightly tweaked version of the last game.
Summary: I liked assassins creed 2 but for some reason I hate this one even though you play as three assassins. It just seemed to repetitive and boring at some points and amazing in others. 3D is useless to me.
Core gameplay is still fun but the additions detract and the 3D is pointless
Franz "Mr. Fantastical", Amazon
14 November 2012
Summary: First off I preordered this game because I thought I would be getting some quality 3D glasses with it but to my disappointment they were the very old school paper red and blue ones I got as a kid at a diner. The game itself isn't bad.
Summary: As the final installment of Ezio's story this game fell short of what the last two games offered. I blame this on the once again inclusion of Multiplayer into a game that is part of a series whose roots lie in Single Player and story telling. This is my least favorite entry in the series.
Summary: I fell into Assassin's Creed II a bit late, but found it to be one of the most fun and engaging games I've ever played. I enjoyed it thoroughly, and found it to be just enough of a challenge to maintain my interest without being frustrated.
Summary: ...because this is just more of the same. Don't get me wrong, I understand keeping a working formula. I've lost track of the number of Call of Duty games I've bought, and there's "the one in WWII" and "the one with the snowmobile".