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Ubisoft Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

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  • Posted January 19, 2011

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    Silence is golden

    Starting where Creed 2 left off, the story goes on.

    Plot: Ezio now goes to Rome to hunt the killer of his family and start up a new family (of assassins) and find something that is lost. While Desmoned and company have to deal with a new problem as well.

    Gameplay: Tweaked and more fluid than AC2, but thats a good thing. Rome is huge and there is lots to do along side the story. So much to explore and do can really take time. And the new features are a plus, being able to draw your sword, fire the hidden gun and then swing the sword to kill again is fuild and well placed.

    Audio: Crisp, clean and professional. The voice acting is spot on, since the same cast reprised their roles, and the grunts/ screams of gaurds and NPC matches real quality.

    Multiplayer: You and 6 other players are droped in to an area with about 50 or more look-a-likes, and the cat and mouse game begin. You are an Abstergo Agent training thourgh bleeding effect (AC2 story for understanding), and you must hunt other agents while being hunted yourself. The more stealthly the kill, the more points and the less likely of being discovered by you current killer(s). All in 3rd person view (like the game) so you have a better view of the surrounding area and people

    Overall: I liked how the story is continueing and keeping me interested. The gameplay is great in working on stealth and hidden kills. The multi is different (how many FPS does it take before they look alike) and I think its very gratifing to walk next to your target for 5 seconds (feels longer) before you stab them in throat.


    Bur/Rent/Pass: For a new Multi experience and ongoing story and stealth gameplay, don't pass this up. BUY

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2010

    Assassins Creed BrotherHood

    I think this game will be one of the best games of 2010. Ubisoft has really outdone themselves with the graphics and overall the storyline of this game. I would recommend this game for anyone that is looking for a challenging game that offers everything other games cant. such as a solid storyline, New and improved weapons, and very positive main characters. I think this will be one great game that will be unforgettable.

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