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Submitted by blackadder 672d ago | review

Videogamepeople.com | Assassin's Creed 3 review

Videogamepeople.com says "When I first saw the first impressions of Assassin’s Creed III I was like Charlton Heston in the Planet of the Apes saying “You maniacs! You blew it up!”, but when I starting playing the game I was like hey, great job in refurbishing the franchise. So, yes for the story going all native American style, well I give it two thumbs up as it didn’t break the continuity of the storyline and what Assassin’s Creed stands for and for giving the franchise a brand new look. Why saying this, well the franchise thou it was great, it was getting a bit stale and it needed some fresh new ideas to revamp it." (Assassin's Creed III, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 9.5/10

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Nest88r  +   671d ago
Im kind of in love with this game hahahaha

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