Gamezone writes: "Last year's Assassin's Creed was one of the most successful games in a year full of hits. The game broke myriad sales records, and managed to polarize a good number of reviewers, with most praising the game's unique story and production elements, but hating on the simplistic combat engine and ho-hum AI. Still, whether you love it or hate it, Assassin's Creed is quite the force to be reckoned with on the Xbox 360 and PS3, and now Ubisoft is going for the hat trick with the release of the game on the PC.
Touted as a Director's Cut Edition, the PC version of Assassin's Creed offers up some cool new mission options and PC-exclusive features, but largely feels like the console experience. Therefore, those who played through the console version probably won't find enough incentive to take the second leap of faith. Still, if you have yet to experience the game and have a powerful enough PC to handle the steep requirements, then Assassin's Creed might just be worth a look."