Assassin's Creed is a revolutionary game in terms of it's realism, fight
scenes and the enormous fun of the non-linear kills…on one of the more
difficult assassinations I found six separate combinations of route and kill
method and I don't doubt that there are more that I didn't even think of. And
the cinematics are incredible. It's hard to
That said, you will need commitment to play this to the end. It gets a bit
repetitive for a while…if you look at some of the walkthroughs (yes, I admit
I did) it looks like a lot of people feel the same way.
In spite this, nobody says it's a bad game, myself included, in fact I kept
on getting into fights for the sake of it. Once you get the hang of it you'll
love being surrounded by guards and fighting your way out; blood and bodies
everywhere, people screaming and running away…it's what I was hoping for
when I bought the game. Or you can be quiet and sneak up, slipping your hidden
blade into the target's artery. The real beauty of Assassin's Creed is that
you don't HAVE to take a particular way to do it; everything can change in an
instant so you can do it however YOU want to.
Overall, as do most games, Assassin's Creed does have it's flaws, but the
dynamics of the game more than make up for it. Hanging out for AC2!