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Submitted by Barry_Burton_84 677d ago | opinion piece

Assassin's Creed's top 5 cities

PSU.com writes:

"Who could forget the majestic view of Jerusalem from the hilltops outside the city, the first time you gazed upon Florence’s beautiful Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore and its towering bell tower or performing a Leap of Faith off of the mammoth Coliseum in Rome? Indeed, these are moments that defined the Assassin’s Creed experience, and stand shoulder-to-shoulder with the other awe-inspiring moments of this current crop of consoles.

With that in mind, PSU.com decided to pick our 5 favourite cities from the Assassin’s Creed series, from its inception through to Revelations." (Assassin's Creed, Assassin's Creed 2, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, Assassin's Creed: Revelations, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

rpd123  +   677d ago
I'd say

Jerusalem
Venice
Rome
Boston
Florence

Constantinople was cool but it was basically Rome with a new skin. It felt like more of the same after AC2 and Revelations.
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Eamon  +   677d ago
Replace Boston with Constantinople and that would be my list.

Seriously, Boston is so boring to run around in because it has such basic and bland architecture. The others have a unique cultural theme to them.

Although the Frontier is fun to run around in.
Nimblest-Assassin  +   677d ago
I love Ac3

But Venice and Florence are the best cities in AC games.

I shat myself when I went to Venice and heard Venice rooftops

Ac2 is the reason I am so passionate for the series
rpd123  +   677d ago
Same. Those aren't in order, that'd be hard to do. Florence was awesome because it was your first experience in AC2 but then when you went to Venice it was mindblowingly awesome. I like Venice Rooftops, but Ezio's Family was what hooked me. Standing on the rooftop with Ezio's brother as it zoomed out over Florence, Ezio's Family played, and the AC2 logo came up...that was just awesome.
Sizzon  +   677d ago
Florence in AC2 was beautiful.
gillri  +   677d ago
Florence was my favourite
chaldo  +   677d ago
No, venice has to be number 1!!
goldwyncq  +   677d ago
Rome is my number 1 city, although if we're talking about locations then The Frontier would easily be the best.
Nimblest-Assassin  +   677d ago
I hated Rome and Constantinople

They were so mute and bland, and lacked the personality the main number games have
3-4-5  +   677d ago
Everything in AC2 was amazing. I do like Boston though.
Nimblest-Assassin  +   677d ago
Yup

Just doing some shopping, then BAM

Boston massacre

That moment was really well handled

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