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  • Blog Post: More Altair than Ezio

    When I bought AC Revelations I was so excited about how amazing the game would have been. Then I got to the 3rd sequence. The first 2 were good it made the AC world seem like it changed. The graphics were a huge step up and the game mechanics also changes. In the beginning Ezio was captured and sentenced... More
  • Blog Post: Though Good Filler, It Is Still Filler Before Next Year's Bigger Installment

    Assassin's Creed Revelations is a quality game, but it is not up to the standards set by previous installments. Once again, the freeflow combat is smooth and responsive, yet still fairly repetitive. Once again the audio is top notch, with great music and voice acting. Once again, the tombs and multiplayer... More
  • Blog Post: An Assassin's Finale

    So here we are. This is what we've been waiting for. The finale for Ezio, and Altair. Since the first Assassin's Creed, many questions have gone unanswered, and there's been a LOT of bloodshed while searching for the answers. In the latest installment; questions will be answered, Templar... More
  • Blog Post: Sometimes Saying Goodbye Can Be A Good Thing

    As I understand it, this is to be the last game focusing on Ezio, which is a good thing at this point. Don't let the title of my review or the opening sentence fool you, I thoroughly enjoyed Assassin's Creed Revelations, particularly the dramatic story that is beginning to come into focus and... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed: Constantly Defend Your Base

    First off the game waits this long in the series and changes around controls. Maybe this is a clever ploy to make it seem "fresh" and "different" but I always dislike when games do this sort of thing. If it worked for AC 2 and AC Brotherhood why change it now... 2nd I agree completely... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed: Revelations could have been better

    Revelations, simply put, is a good game that could have been better and it cannot go unnoticed that the formula is beginning to hit its creative walls. Revelations struggles with finding the right balance in storytelling and gameplay and it is apparent in the additions to the game that attempt to bring... More
  • Blog Post: leonkennedy142 presents assassins creed revelations reviewed

    WARNIG THIS REVIEW MAY OR MAY NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS: honestly i a little disapointed in this game, it didn't turn out like i was excpecting one thing is for sure a cliffhanger ending WAS NOT the best choice for assassins creed they built us up to nothing in the end im still confused by how desmond... More
  • Blog Post: No revelation for me

    Disregarding the title of my review, Assassin's Creed Revelations was a graphically sweet game with a rich story. Admittedly I played the original Assassin's Creed, skipped II and Brotherhood and picked up revelations on a suggestion from my local GameStop associate. When I started played the... More
  • Blog Post: A Mixed Bag With Polarizing Potential

    Warning: This review may contain spoilers. I'm not afraid to say that my time with Assassin's Creed wasn't enjoyable all the time, and after dropping all my other gaming related endeavors I came away with mixed impressions. Make no mistake, Revelations has the potential to be the most polarizing... More
  • Blog Post: Ezio Goes Out With A Bang

    Assassin's Creed is coming onto the easily criticized a-game-a-year development cycle. Though it would be easy to pin Revelations down as game suffering from 'more of the same' regarding design and gameplay, the latest installment in the franchise is hardly an unpolished or rough entry. Revelations... More
  • Blog Post: Assassin's Creed Revelations Reveals Itself to be Good, but not Fantastic

    If I had to name one thing Assassin's Creed Revelations does right it would have to be sticking to its name. Ezio Auditore da Firenze returns as the star of the show once more. As he embarks on a quest for answers in Masyaf and Constantinople he will also share the spotlight with characters from... More
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