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Submitted by TotalRevue 1192d ago | review

Assassins Creed III Review | Total Revue

Hoping to rekindle the slowly dwindling fire of the Assassin Creed series, Assassin Creed III leaves Ezio and Italy far behind whilst delving into the rich history of New America and its heroic fight for freedom.

As well as this new setting, Assassins Creed III bags a huge array of improvements from fast and fluid combat to one of gaming’s most lively and vibrant open worlds, as well as a new main character, Connor, that seems more relatable and likeable than our dearest Ezio. However, through all the hyperbole, Assassins Creed III is still plagued by problems that have persisted throughout its five year cycle and as a result the end product feels slightly subdued and restricted. (Assassin's Creed III, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 4.2/5

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