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Originally Posted by goldstar0011...just like am watching the Twilight movies, I just want to see how it ends...
Originally Posted by AdnoctumOn topic again regarding AC games, this is yet another series on my gaming "To Do" list that I never seem to get around to actually doing even though I have AC and AC2 in Steam ("Keep off me Steam Sales, you damned filthy apes!").
I will get around to it, I promise. After I've finished Skyrim...and there is Rage...and I keep forgetting about...
Originally Posted by tad2008I played the first one and found it such a grind that I never went on to play any AC since.
Originally Posted by greypilgersInteresting. So, if in many ways this differs little from the preceding AC games, what makes this any different in justification of praise or bile than, say, the Modern Warfare series...???
Originally Posted by FishlockPlenty of people hate on Call of duty just because it's the 'in' thing to do.
Originally Posted by triprunnertried the first one, thought it'd be something along Hitman series set in the medieval times... then you were forced to fight 10 dudes in the middle of the street with 100s of people around... not much an assassin as a insta death fight machine of invicibility... pass
Originally Posted by Da_Rude_BaboonUnfortunately the one game you played is far and away the weakest of the series. Once you've done one assassination its just rinse and repeat until the end of the game. AC 2 introduced a lot more elements and much more varied game play and Brotherhood (the best imo) took this even further. I'm replaying AC2 atm and one of the highlights are the assassins tombs, and the crypts in Brotherhood which were huge platforming puzzles much like tomb raider of old. Unfortunately these have been cut from revelations I believe.
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