Who’s the Better Assassin, Ezio or Connor?

The Assassin’s Creed series is one of the most popular series in today’s video game market. Players fell in love with the historical references, unforgettable story and beautiful surrounding. Every game to release in this series is nothing short of breath taking. Over the past few years the game has grown near and dear to players across the globe. One of the main reasons that this game is so likable is because of the love for of each titles protagonist, not Desmond Miles, but that of his ancestors. Each game features one of main character, Desmond’s beloved ancestors making them the actual ‘main character’ of the game.

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TheSuperior 1760d ago

Im going to have to say Ezio, he just has an all around cool flair but Connor is cool to. Hes just not Ezio lol

blitz06231759d ago

Altair is better than both :P it only took him 1 game to beat up the Templars

Yukicore1759d ago

Connor voice actor was quite ridiculous, and the lines were horrible, and the character didn't have any emotions and was horrible with words.

But in a battle Connor for sure, he's faster for sure, although makes more mistakes.

In the trailers Connor seemed a better character than he actually is - with clear mind and clear goal, but in the final game he was awkward and horrible speaker, with no clue what exactly he want's, with his cheesy lines, he fought, and somehow won.

He had his life spared too much, he would have been dead if the game would be realistic...

Shadonic1760d ago (Edited 1760d ago )

Obviously Ezio he had emotions Connor had A emotion. I still belive they should of just used the classic formula takeing out the big guy last and also they should of given connor a love intrest of some sort he would probably give her that pissed look though.

Jinkies1760d ago (Edited 1760d ago )

Ezio by miles, he's not naive like Connor and dosen't resort to killing when he dosent get his own way. Honetly Connor is awful, he spoilt AC3 for me, I can't really finish it, that and it's awful patriotic elements.

His voice actor just sounds so cheap, Haytham was much better in my opinion...

Hellsvacancy1760d ago (Edited 1760d ago )

Totally agree, I painstakingly fought my way to complete AC3, I didnt care for any of it, the missions where boring/pointless, the voice acting was cheap (the old Native Indian lady for example) the graphics looked rough/jagged, it wasnt a very smooth experience (PS3) its the 3rd worst game ive played this gen, glad I rented it

I liked the Naval battles, I just wanted to see what happened to Desmond, which turned out to be a worser ending than Mass Effect 3

My answer, Ezio

Nes_Daze1759d ago

I thought I was one of the few that felt like this, at the moment, I simply have no interest in completing the game, but I'm just pushing myself through it, haven't had that experience with a game in a long time. The missions are indeed boring, the glitches just eventually get to you, and I agree with Jinkies, Connor just isn't a good character imo.

iamnsuperman1759d ago

What confused me about Connor is that he blindly followed what people said if it seem to suit his interests. He never questioned what he was doing and why nor did he worry that he was being used. His voice acting did make the character seem much worse but he is still a bad character

Ezio I guess is the better choice because he showed more wisdom and less naivety

AgentSmith1760d ago

I kind of thing it's unfair to judge right away! We've had more time to see Ezio develop over three titles. This is our first experiences with Conner! Very thought provoking though!

Getowned1759d ago

Ezio may have had more time to develop but I think Ezio was a better character after AC2 than Conner after AC3. Honestly, I would love to see another game with Altair as the main character.

Slugg3r1759d ago

This. I still remember people hating on Ezio when ACII came out.

SheaHoff1759d ago

I'm not done with the game yet, so I guess I'll have to wait!

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