Reviews and Problems with Assassin's Creed: Revelations
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I enjoyed it
Joan Gomez, Amazon
1 January 2014
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!
A solid addition to the Assassin's Creed storyline
trp "serencymru", Amazon
14 May 2013
Summary: My son, an avid game player, was in charge of this review. His take on this was if you're an Assassin's Creed fan you will not be disappointed, but if you are a newcomer to the series, start with the first Assassin's Creed in order to appreciate the progression of the story.
Summary: I'm a long time fan of Assassin's Creed. I didn't have a 360 or PS3 when the original game released, but by the time the game became an Platinum Hit, I was able to pick it up. I fell in love. I now fully understand the that it's was a flawed glory.
Summary: While not my favorite of the series, "Revelations" is the final video game chapter in the life of master assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze. In "Revelations," Ezio is an older man, later in life, and mentor to the Assassin's guild.
Summary: For fanatic fans of the franchise that LOVE all the integrated conspiracy-theory lore and cross-century story telling that goes on in an AC game, Revelations will leave you wanting more unfortunately. In Revelations you spend almost ALL of the game in the Animus in some period or another.
Summary: This is more of a story game. You only stay in Constantinople (kind of like Rome in Brotherhood) and there are little to no side quests. Constantinople's skyline in somewhat interesting, with the bazaar and palaces, but you can't really shake the feeling that it seems the same across the map.
Summary: Okay, first and foremost, this DLC uses the same functionality as the Desmond "Animus Island" side quests which serve to illuminate Desmond's past. However, in this DLC, you are playing as Subject 16 reliving his life and death which precurse Assassin's Creed 1, trapped inside the animus.