Assassin's Creed Brotherhood details
|Formats:||18 PS3, Xbox 360|
|Genres:||Adventure, Fighting, Role-playing, Strategy|
|Rental release:||19 Nov 2010|
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Magnifico??... Of Course It Is!!By MarcuZz (4 reviews) from Tamworth UK , 23 Nov 2010
[Highly rated reviewer]What Can I Say. Possibly One Of The Best Games We Will EVER See Of It's Genre. It's Simply An Amazing Game!!
The Gameplay Is Amazing And The Controls Are Easy To Use And Get Used To.
Embark On Your Journeys Again As Ezio Auditore In Yet Another Game Filled With Brilliant Gameplay, Stunning Visuals And Finally One Of The Most Amazing Settings Ever... ROME!!!!!
A Definate Buy as The Replay Value Is Beyond Compare!!
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Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted.By beccicee (28 reviews) from Bournemouth , 02 Feb 2013AH MAZE ING Oh i love this game, it is the best of the series, i dont know why i just think the ease of moving around the map not having to use boats etc (ac2). Also the introduction of Assassin Brotherhood, i generally wanted to get a complete brotherhood all to Assassino level. This game always makes me complete every achievement as i generally love playing it. Yes it is the same free running, sword fighting, assassin contract game as AC2 but it just feels better. and the introduction of new items/weapons and things to do makes it fun and fresh. I was generally attached the story, it engrosses me entirely, i hated finishing this game, i really did not want it to be over... Cant wait to play AC3, but i think i will miss Ezio, after playing 3 games of him i fell rather attached.
not as great as expectedBy jakir (22 reviews) , 18 Jan 2013Was not as good as the past AC. Did not live up to expectationsdragged and leaves you hangin. Better gameplay but lame story.
could do much betterBy madmarkian (1 review) , 30 Dec 2012This game has many good points but its many bad points unfortunatly let it down. Hours of great fun broken up with glitchy gameplay and some infuriatingly frustrating levels. Do yourself a favour and pass it by for something more proffesionally put together. This game will keep you entertained for hours then have you throwing your control pad at the wall for hours. Better games out there, try something else.
Assassin's creed brotherhoodBy solder (5 reviews) from Gateshead , 30 Sep 2012Story Mode: I think story mode is mint his amour is bigger and stronger Ezio Auditore Da Firenze has faced his biggest challenge yet. Use new fighting skills or deploy your deadly brotherhood in your ongoing quest for justice.
Multiplayer: I love Multiplayer its awesome in wanted you have to pursue someone when someone is pursuing you!!!
Choose from an army of assassins,each with their own signature weapons and killing moves,in innovative online gameplay
Not as good as Assassins Creed IIBy EinTheDataDog (5 reviews) , 14 Aug 2012If you were expecting this game to build upon the successes of Assassins Creed II, like me, then you will be very disappointed. For some reason, which I can't seem to put my finger upon, the story just isn't as gripping and exciting as AC2. The story mainly consists of rebuilding Rome and trying to kill some of the Borgias. The secondary memories just seemed a bit pointless too, as you only get about 2000-3000 florins, and all the good armour and weapons are only available if you collect certain items, which is annoying, because it doesn't tell you where to find these items, apart from kill Borgia messengers, but even then it's random as to what item you actually get. Being the head of the Brotherhood was pretty cool, but the Assassins recruit thing all felt a bit boring, it was cool, but needs improvement. The ending was very lazy too. You finish the game far away from the animus, and when the game ends, you somehow end up back in the Animus without any explanation as to how you actually got there. Bit disappointing. The multiplayer was decent (I prefer single player) but could get a bit boring. There wasn't enough variation in game modes. All in all, this was a bit of a step back for the Assassins Creed series. Give it a rent, formulate your own opinion.