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Submitted by rpcdrag0n 626d ago | review

Assassin's Creed III:The Tyranny of King Washington - The Betrayal Review - The Digital Fix

As you play Assassin’s Creed III: The Tyranny of King Washington - Episode 2, the second of three episodes in this reality-bending, timeline altering, canon narrative you begin to see what it’s really all about. There’s very little story this time out - this will surely come in the final episode in a flurry given all the questions still left to answer - but an awful lot of game. It’s really a greatest hits in terms of missions with each different from the last and encompassing all the different things you’ll have done in the main game, from eavesdropping to playing a board game, assassinating without arousing suspicion to fending off wolf attacks, along with a number of new things and the opportunity to use the skills you picked up in episode one and those you acquire here. (Assassin's Creed 3: Tyranny of King Washington - Episode 2, PC, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360) 7/10

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