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.
A worthy addition to the Assassin's Creed game franchise
Mr. Deeds, Amazon
20 June 2012
Summary: This latest addition to the Assassins Creed franchise does not disappoint. Though it is very similar in gameplay to its predecessors -- with spectacular sceneries and character designs -- there are new elements such as gadgets (I like the grappling hook in particular) and enemies.
Summary: I'm waiting for Assassin's Creed III, but this game was fun. It was actually beatable at 100%. The storyline closed up Ezio's story and left Desmond with the ability to move on and take control of what will soon be the third character in the series.
Summary: I played the first Assassin's Creed and enjoyed it yet found the story at times to be a little off putting and slow. Because of this I only rented the 2nd, unfortunately I found it to be a little better than the first. So this time I decided to buy first and ask questions later.
Summary: This is the best assassins creed yet, it is full of surprises and amazing character developments. The main character is still the same just older, which allows the story to make some sweet changes. The graphics are good and the game play fun.