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  • Blog Post: Perfect Story, Less Than Perfect Gameplay

    I've always loved open world games. From the classic GTA 4 to the newer Batman Arkham City. Assassin's Creed 2 has a terriffic open world type game, with an emotional story and an expert controls. Graphics are pitched to perfection, especially cloth, which is no easy task in games. Yet, the story... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed II Review

    Assassin's Creed II begins like a sprinter out of the blocks. Our protagonist from the first game, Desmond, breaks out of Abstergo with the help of a female ally and is taken to a secret, assassin hideout to reenter the animus for the assassin cause. We then meet one of Desmond's other Assassin... More
  • Blog Post: Best Open World Ever!

    My first review so bear with me, Yes I also know this is late (don't judge me again [I should trademark that phrase or something]). I got this game knowing that it would be better than before. But it just completely blew me away. The graphics are amazing, a definite overhaul from the first game.... More
  • Blog Post: One-Upping with Two Blades

    Wow. The feeling I was left with when I finshed this masterpiece. When the credits rolled on Assassins Creed II, my mouth looked like that creepy dude from Legion. The sequel to one of the greatest games of 2007 takes everything you think you know about history and makes you think twice about it. Story... More
  • Blog Post: 3 Words: This Game Rocks!

    Assassin's Creed 2 was the perfect sequel to the original Assassin's Creed. The first game was quite repetetive with the same three missions over and over and over. Luckily the story was intriguing enough to hold my attention. However, Assassin's Creed 2 was everything that the first game... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed II an improvement.

    This game kept a lot of the ideas from the previous game and expanded on them. The storyline was more like a story and gave more reasons for what the assassin was doing. The people who Ezio meet made a difference to the story and the skills that were taught to you. The Assassin's bureau was taken... More
  • Blog Post: Double the Awesome

    I’ll admit, when I played the first Assassin’s Creed I became a fanboy. I played through the so called, repetitive missions, and ran through the kingdom taking on dozens of guards over and over again. I never really saw the flaws in the first game, until I played the second one. I don’t... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed II flys where the original didn't!

    This game gave my life purpose when I got to play it Saturday. Unfortunately that purpose was after 18 hours of game play (I had to go to school). But every second of my "education" was filled with sugar plum-like thoughts of Assassin's Creed II. And once I beat the game I felt the thrill... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed 2 is just what I expected.

    Recently I rented Assassin's Creed 2 or AC2. I got to say it blew me away. It had none or very few problems. The only problems I could find was the Combat got stale very fast, and when you would kill someone on a rooftop instead of just dropping they have to wave their arms in the air before they... More
  • Blog Post: Salty Reviews: Assassin's Creed II

    Score: 7.5/10 The Good The repetition from the first Assassin's Creed is virtually gone. I haven't done the same mission more than maybe four times. The story is pretty much the same though, you're indoctrined into a secret society of murderers that kill for the better of mankind; yeah I've... More
  • Blog Post: A True Masterpiece

    me just get it out of the way. Assassin's creed 2 is by far, the best game of 2009, above modern warfare 2, left 4 dead 2 and borderlands, all of whom are still fantastic games. Assasin's creed is a game that meets and exceeds all expectations from all aspects of the gaming world. The gameplay... More
  • Blog Post: Two Blades Are Better Than One

    All I can say is that the beginning scene starts out really strangely. That's just one setback. You get out of the Animus, you sneak, you fight a bunch of guys, you hide in a car trunk, and then you get back in another Animus. Kind of fast-paced for the plot, but after that minor downside, this game... More
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