Assassin's Creed: Revelations (2011)

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Ezio travels to Constantinople, at the peak of the Ottoman Empire to discover the truth behind his Ancestor, Altair, which will help him retrieve a powerful weapon hidden within Masyaf, the ancient assassins' fortress.

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  • Roger Craig Smith in Assassin's Creed: Revelations (2011)
  • Roger Craig Smith in Assassin's Creed: Revelations (2011)
  • Roger Craig Smith in Assassin's Creed: Revelations (2011)
  • Assassin's Creed: Revelations (2011)
  • Roger Craig Smith in Assassin's Creed: Revelations (2011)
  • Roger Craig Smith in Assassin's Creed: Revelations (2011)

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12 April 2012 | safra176
| Good but no revelations.
I love the assassins creed series. It's beautiful, fun, addictive and different. The story line is different for the usual shoot and run type of feel. So when revelations was coming out if was extremely exciting but I ended up being disappointed. I don't know if it was just me but the story line was out of no where. They explain it but in the beginning I was asking myself "why the hell is ezio here." The story line was also a little hard to follow. I also found myself asking "what the hell is going on how are these people." It felt random.

Also some things I found pointless. Getting more assassins. We really never used them and if we did it was the ones that the game gave you for the cut scenes. You would have gotten two new assassins but when you used them you had like 10. There was only like 4 assassins there anyway. So why get assassins if they are going to give them to me. Also in the game you meet a prince that you befriend in the game. You have to visit him a few times but the weird thing is his house is all restricted area with guard so while going to start a memory you would have to get there and try not to be attacked. Also I'm this game like in AC brotherhood you buy shops to increase you income. I have no problem with this but in AC revelations its so hard to find places. They are not near each other and they are just hard to find. When I needed something I had to play hide n seek with the shops. Also they added this weird thing they added that random people will come up and stab you. You can stop them but you need to be quick. The only problem with this is it happens at the most annoying times. Like when you are chasing someone or tailing someone and you can't be detected. I play this game on xbox and on the other games Y was the button to lock onto a Target well in this game they changed it and it does not always work.

The most annoying thing was you do all this work the whole game and you don't find out anything. There is no revelation, the information we game was we already knew cuz it was it was obvious. I thought it would wrap up a lot of things. Well nope. You would think there will be a big revel at the end but desmond just wakes up and says "I know what to do" I found myself asking "what was the point of it, if there was no revelation." So I wonder what will they do in the next game since it features a new ansestor. If desmond knows what to do then y is there a new ansetor. Also there was no real big fight at the end. You kill all the targets with one stab of the blade kinda if boring. I love the series I loved playing the games because the story line is not like others. This game is a lot like brotherhood just in a different place. The thing I loved was it wrapped up ezios story. They best part of the game, ezio falls in love with an Italian woman. That I feel like was the main point, to wrap up ezios story so the bakers don't feel cheated.

The multi player is also fun, some glitches but its not the normal easy to do,shoot and run game, you have to think a little bit. I give this an 7/10. Because it was good but not as good as I thought Still a fine game and I would say get it but not to get any new info but to wrap up a ezio and to play the multi player.

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Release Date:

15 November 2011


English, Italian, Turkish, Greek

Country of Origin

Canada, France, Singapore, Sweden, Ukraine

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