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    Assassin's Creed

    Game » consists of 27 releases. Released Nov 13, 2007

    Assassin's Creed is a stealth action-adventure game developed by Ubisoft Montreal. In the year 2012, Desmond Miles is kidnapped and made to relive his ancestor's memory through a machine called the Animus. As the ancestor, Altaïr, players unveil an assassin conspiracy set in the middle ages.

    filiwian's Assassin's Creed (Limited Edition) (PlayStation 3) review

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    You're Altair, and you have only one goal; assassinate.

    Assassins Creed takes place in four different cities including Jerusalem where you're an assassin named Altiar who's on a mission to kill those appointed by your leader. In this game your able to do parkour which is a sport kinda like freerunning. You're given a variety of weapons such as a sword to a hidden blade that enables you to stealth assassinate people without getting caught. What stands out in this game is that everything can be reacted to and at the same time still able to make the surrounding area unbelieveably real. Throughout the story you unlock new weapons and moves that can be really helpful throughout the game. As you progress through the storyline you begin to question of what you are doing and the reasoning for it only to find out what is really happening. The time of the place actually takes in the future where you're abducted and given orders to do a series of missions in order to unlock a memory that your abductors want, but in order to do this you have to relive the events of your ancestors memory in order to unlock this memory block. There isn't much to unlock when you go scouting for flags around the city once you finish the game but you can replay the missions. There are downsides to it including some graphical glitches that can be fixed with an upgrade. It may be a great game but there's no online play and tends to get a but repetetive. Overall, its a buyer if you're into those games that has that splinter cell feeling in my opinion.

    Other reviews for Assassin's Creed (Limited Edition) (PlayStation 3)

      A groundbreaking game with a few flaws holding it back 0

      Assassin's Creed is a game about a man named Desmond (That's right, not Altair) who is caught up in a crazed science experiment, for the pursuit of figuring out the past of Altair, an assassin who lived in the year 1191 A.D. How are they going to discover this through a present- day bartender? Well, the mad scientist has discovered that people's memories are stored in their DNA, and that Altair is an ancestor of our Desmond. Believable? Not a bit. Do you mind, or do you just wanna stab someone? ...

      4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

      Assassin's Creed Hits High On Target 0

      Originally printed Friday, November 30th 2007 in the Technique student newspaper and written by myself. I have posted this primarily because there were no reviews for this game, and because I still despite the repetitive tasks think this is pretty sweet game. Even if it now happens to be the weakest within the series. But hey, this is a reflection of what I thought back in 2007 when the game was initially released. This article also contains all of my old feel free to nit-pick.  A de...

      2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

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