Assassin's Creed Revelations
ACR is a good game with a good story line. You are in Constantinople which is a great, big city that is fun to explore. You can upgrade Constantinople by renovating lots of shops like: blacksmiths, banks, tailors, bookshops, and medical shops. You can also buy many landmarks which are very expensive but just like renovating shops buying landmarks increases your city income, which comes in every 20 minutes. The story actually wasn't very long but it was still fun. The bad thing is there's not a whole lot to do after completing it besides upgrading the city and killing guards. There are many different weapons that you can use assassinate templars, jannisarees and a few others. The weapons range from lots of swords, knives axes and bombs which you can craft yourself. You also have a hidden blade, a hook blade, poison, a hidden gun, and a crossbow if you buy it. I didn't write anything about multiplayer because for some reason every time I tried to play it it said server connection isn't available at this time which was very annoying. So if your tired of shooters or you like role playing games you should give this a try your will probably like it.
AVOID THIS GAME!
Many will disagree, but this game is not worth buying because of its outdated graphics and framerate drops down dramatically in fights, one instance when I was swimming near a city the framerate went down quickly. The camera is a little awkward as it seems like it rotates, and problems during budging close to a building. Story is awkward and uninteresting even for a prequel. Running seems to be plentiful and less action is given than before (Assasin's Creed 2) and the city does not feel as alive. But music and voice acting are good, especially the original score whereas the voice acting seems realistic. But other elements are prosaic, and this game should be avoided. Assasin's Creed 2 or 3 are better.
assassin creed revelation
Despite adding a number of features, Assassin's Creed Revelations is very similar to its predecessors, and that's both its biggest strength and weakness. There's nothing wrong with Assassin's Creed. It's a great franchise with unique, compelling and well-designed gameplay. The catch is that we've effectively been doing similar things for the last several years now. Incremental upgrades are more than welcome, but at some point players need a new experience.
That said, Revelations serves its lead characters well and is a very effective bookend. The improvements in graphics and storytelling, combined with already-great voice acting and music, help make this a memorable finale for some of the most interesting video game characters we've seen in this generation. Not even the weak new Den Defense mechanic or Desmond’s insane side mission system can change that fact. And multiplayer will certainly reward those looking for a break from first-person shooting. The gameplay there continues to improve on an already-addicting formula, and learning more about the Templars proves rather fascinating.
This is the best Assassin's Creed yet, even if that victory is claimed by an inch and not a mile. If you've been following the lives of Altair and Ezio this long, you owe it to yourself to see their last adventure.
I love all the Assassins Creed games. They get old after a while, but they always seem to come out with a new one as soon as your old one gets boring. I think all of them are worth every penny.
Master of the Creed
I beat the game a few months after Christmas, and I think that it is a good game. Everything improved from the last game, but that doesn't mean someone could run into a glitch now and again. Overall, I would recomend it to any friend who is a gamer
this is a really good game for people that like rpg games and free-roam/open world video games. the online gameplay has really stepped up and is just fantastic, and the creativity of the single player mode has really been enhanced. i look forward to ac3 coming out in late october! :)
This game brings an epic conclusion to the story of assassin's Ezio Auditore. I really enjoyed this game it was AMAZING.
Assassin Creed Doesn't Stop Here
Assassin's Creed was one of my favorite series, it's creative design and gameplay always got me intrested. So in Revelations it got better in some ways. You now have diffrent bombs to use. When using the "hidden gun" it takes less time to aim and shoot. Ezio is now getting older (not really a con, but just saying). You'll go to Altair's past, good to know if you haven't played the very first Assassin's Creed. The gameplay is nice and the platium trophy is easy to get. Now for the multiplayer, I loved the multiplayer, it is so creative. You'll be able to design your own character, make your own ability, use whatever ability you'll want to use and so much more. The modes are diffrent so you won't have to play the same mode over and over. Overall I think this game is great and for those who haven't played the past Assassin's Creed, you won't have to, you might be able to catch up quickly if you follow Ezio's life.
AWESOME GAME. LOVE IT. BETTER THAN BROTHERHOOD. CANT WAIT TILL 3 COMES OUT. GET IT. WORTH THE MONEY.
I think it was pretty good. Although...
It was pretty good. Although it's not as good as brotherhood. I bought it to continue the story. Overall pretty good.