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  • Blog Post: Ezio Shows His Age

    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. However, my first play sessions with... More
  • Blog Post: Time for a New Assassin

    It's been a year since Ubisoft's last Assassin's Creed game, but the timeline only gets more complicated with Revelations. Desmond is trapped in the Animus when the story begins and to gain his freedom he must once again use Ezio as a means to learn the secrets behind the people of Eden.... 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: Brotherhood with Bombs and a Hook

    This game hasn't really grown much from Brotherhood. But that's not a bad thing, it's not really supposed to. You still play with Ezio, and he has gotten even more awesome with his slow motion, brutal kills. You still climb towers to unlock your map, take over Crusader controlled zones, purchase... More
  • Blog Post: Assassins Creed Revelations REVIEW

    The game has a lot of objectives for players to do in the single player. Like the bomb crafting and the Den Defence mini-game. The den defence mini-game is great but the downside is that when you secure all the dens you won't have to defend the den anymore and then when the campagin is complete then... More
  • Blog Post: Good but repetitive.

    I just absolutely love the Assassin's creed series it has a great story and great mechanics, even tho i never played the first assassins creed I did play and beat ACII and ACB. Loving those two games I didn't hesitate to buy ACR when i first bought my Xbox 360. When i first started the game I... More
  • Blog Post: The Good vs Bad when it comes down to Assassins Creed Revelations

    Assassin’s Creed Revelations has been in my radar for quite some time now. The fact that it was the next game in the Assassin’s Creed series made it a buy from the start, though because it was meant to be the conclusion of the Ezio Auditore storyline, I was much more interested. For those... More
  • Blog Post: Revelations

    Assassin's Creed Revelations is a prime example that Assassin's Creed will continue to get better and better with each game. But it takes a few missteps like one is Den defense. Which is a horrible mini game gone wrong. It plays out like tower defense and it has really awkward controls. Another... More
  • Blog Post: not what i thought it would be

    Ok so here i am to share my opinion of a**es creed here they go concept - the campaign was going to be a bit more the one in brotherhood but no so no freeroam of any kind. Graphics - same as the brotherhood so i like it Sound - still has that classic music which is good. playability - well the controls... More
  • Blog Post: A game with faults, but good for fans.

    I love the Assassin's Creed series, and have been playing since the first game launched. I have always loved the story that is presented, and loved following Ezio's story arc. Revelations has to be my least favorite game in the series. I think that it was not a large enough improvement over Brotherhood... 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: Nooooo

    8.75!!!! AC Revelations deserved at least a 9.25. IT is the best one in the series to date but you gave it a worse score than Brotherhood. Whatever you may say i give it a ten. it ranks as one of my favorite games of all time. Im dissapointed in you gameinformer.... More
  • Blog Post: Incredible

    When i bought this game being a huge fan i was hoping for an engaging story mixed with modern and historical elements. Well i got it. The gameplay has been perfected though sometimes the controls can get confusing. When i buy an assassin creed game i am extremely into the modern day end of the world... 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: This game lost what mean be a assassin

    Well this game is not a assassin game you don't kill any target whit purpose you only look for books, keys and some stupit romantic thing whit "sophia" these game feel like a bad extesion of the story just boring. You only do favor and don't kill target like a assassin do in the shadow... More
  • Blog Post: Assassins Creed Revelations

    I guess we can all say the fourth times a charm. Assaassins Creed Revelations is truely beatiful. This game has great graghics while still keeping the great gameplay. As Ezio Auditore Da Firenze( again), the great Assassin mentor from Italy, your basically a boss. The contolls are amazing as always.... More
  • Blog Post: Ubisoft Branches Out Too Far, But Still Delivers

    I've been playing through AC: Revelations for almost a month now and I finally feel I have enough of a grip on this game to write a review. Concept: The concept of AC:R is to wrap up the storylines of Ezio and Altair from the first three games in the franchise. Revelations delivers on the promise... More
  • Blog Post: Revelation???

    The game is very good and downright pretty. I have played every one of the the AC games and am very familiar with the storyline. I had felt connected to every game but this one. The new items that were added to the game to give it a new "twist" I felt was more of a distraction rather than an... 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
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