The lights are on
Assassin's Creed 3 did little to
enthrall me at its start, but as the story grew and progressed, I became
immersed. I will do my review with five major points: Gameplay, Narrative,
Replay-Ability, Sound, and Graphics. At each of these points, I will give a
score between 1 and 10. At the end I will announce the final score. Please
note: The final score is not an average of all five points score, it is what I
give the game with all these things combined.
of Assassin's creed was phenomenal. Countering and then attacking was the move
I used 99% of the time, but the way in which I attacked was unique. When two
enemies both went to attack me at the same time, a "kind of" cut-scene went of
that showed Connor masterfully handling both enemies. One problem I have is
that enemies will wait their turn when attacking me, instead of attacking me
all at once, which would be more realistic.
As I stated
above, the introduction was very lackluster and didn't capture my attention.
Once we delved deeper into the story, however, I grew interested. The ending
was surprising and the connection to actual history phenomenal. One problem I
had with the story was its believability. It becomes harder and harder to
believe that Connor took part in every conceivable important historical event
in this timeline.
This game is
fairly long and that counts towards replay-ability. Another great plus for
replay-ability is Assassin's Creed multiplayer.
of this game are phenomenal. It makes that game much more epic than it would be
with the absence of these remarkable sounds.
of Assassin's Creed 3 are shooting for realism, and I feel they could have done
much better. The character models are a little dated, but they are by no means
bad. Another problem is glitches. Throughout the game you notice both gameplay
and visual glitches. In one scenario, I had to shoot a dog and create a large
fight in order to get one of my followers to become "unstuck" from a wall.
These don't drag down the entire experience, but they are noticeable.
Final Score: 9/10
game does have its glitches and unbelievable story, it is still epic, and I'm
anticipating the next installment in the series (Assassin's Creed IV: Black
Flag) to see where Desmond's story will go next.
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