Assassin's Creed: Revelations must take you back to the start in order to bring you the end, and the answers to all the questions raised throughout this saga. Trapped in the Animus, Desmond must fully understand his past in order to save his future, and we begin our fateful story once more walking in the footsteps of Ezio Auditore and Altair, the legend himself.
With history as your playground, face both action and adventure as you embark once again on a visually delightful, rich storyline which brings all of the pieces of the puzzle together. Ground-breaking graphics flood the game as you explore the incredibly detailed city of Constantinople, the heart of the Ottoman Empire, with fluid parkour, and brace yourself for another fight to the death against a rising army of Templars. Typical assassination missions task you to stalk, chase and kill your assigned targets, but the grand plot itself comes in to play when Ezio finds clues and keys to Altair's library, with the help of his budding romance with librarian Sophia.
It appears an old dog can learn new tricks, and several additions have been made to this game to make the fight easier. Among these are the hooked hidden blade, providing you with new attack moves, easier wall and building climbing, the use of zip wires, and more. Another helping hand is the brand new bomb crafting ability, which gives you the option to create all different kinds of bombs that can either distract, neutralise or kill. The type completely depends on the combination of the ingredients used, which can be obtained by looting treasure chests, bodies and can also be purchased from various salesmen.
As well as a multi-layered plot to uncover throughout the campaign, Revelations also brings you a new and improved online multiplayer experience, expanded to include new modes, maps and characters to play. Become the master assassin by pitching yourself against others from all around the globe. (Cat Emerson)
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Revelations is the best of the Assassin's Creed
This game serves its purpose but after the highs of Assassin's Creed 2 and Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, it is a tad disappointing to find that this game doesn't match up to their near flawless quality. The story feels very much like a vehicle to tie up loose ends - Ezio, now in his old age, seeks to discover the truth and origins of the order of assassins. In doing so he uncovers fragments of Altair's story. Altair, the lead character of the first AC game, has his story rounded off through to his death and the way it ties into Ezio's story is rather nicely done. What makes the game weaker, however, is that the exploration and sidequest missions, don't feel like a natural fit to the main story. Constantinople is beautiful but the game doesn't excite enough. New weapons are ok but are nothing revolutionary, the training of assassins returns but feels a tad overdone and a chore compared to the previous game (Brotherhood), and the tower defence missions are fun but quickly become tedious and frustrating after a while. This game feels like a snack to whet your appetite for October's Assassin's Creed 3 but nothing more.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations is a great game and Zavvi is absolutely brilliant for price, also the delivery times are spot on. An awesome service.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations is the best episode for the saga. Very excellent game.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations is not as good as Brotherhood, but still a good episode of the Assassin's Creed series. Have fun!
Assassin's Creed: Revelations is still incredible fun. Free-running around a historical city is great, but the quick turnaround in games is beginning to show now. The story seems to be treading water a little bit, as no real ground-breaking revelations ever really arise, but for the price, you can't go wrong. It's still enjoyable, but it's lacking a bit in comparison to the past two games. Expect true revelations and evolution in Assassin's Creed III, which has been in development for some considerable time now.
I am becoming quite biased towards the Assassin's Creed games, as I've played every one in the series, and they are all great for their own reasons. Assassin's Creed: Revelations is definitely as good as the others. I know some people have given this game a poor review, but I'm sure that if you're an Assassin's Creed fan, you'll love it.
Assassins Creed: Revelations = Great game with a lot of missions to complete and it never gets old, as you become more involved you want to keep going and see what happens next. Very good game and highly recommended.
It´s like being a tourist in Constantinople! The thing I like most is training your own assassins and sending them to different European missions. It´s like playing Monopoly in your console.
Assassin's Creed: Revelations is very good, but doesn't match up to the first instalment of the Assassin's Creed series, which engaged me more in the story. It's a great game though, with awesome game play.
It's more of the same, which is good if you love the old games. The only fact that I didn't like it is because of the Desmond character who isn't the same person from the old AC series. But still, fun and mistery guaranteed!
The graphics have improved again since Assassins Creed Brotherhood and Revelations really looks cool. You dive into the world quite quickly and have some new features and techniques which are nice. At first glance, however, the game seems to be more of the same. I really liked Brotherhood though, and I even went on holiday to Tuscany to see all those places for real. Revelations is packed with more of the same good stuff, so if you liked Brotherhood and were hoping for more, you are well served by Revelations.
Assassin's Creed is an amazing game, with amazing gameplay and an amazing story! It's a must have for every gamer who calls himself a gamer!
I thought that "Assassin's Creed: Revelations" was amazing even though I've not played the previous games. It's got fantastic multiplayer and, if it's possible, the story is even better!
One of the best games I have ever played! Although the game is excellent, it is necessary play the previous games to really appreciate this excellent game. If you've played the previous games, this game is game is a must have. Will give you some answers, lot questions, only to be answered on the next game of the series. If you are a fan of the series, buy the game and enjoy it. You won't be disappointed
Very good game but it's rather short and not much of a challenge also the ending is a cliffhanger but overall I enjoyed the game.