Videogamer writes: "Late last year Assassin's Creed divided opinion more than any other game in recent memory. While some hailed it as a true next-gen gaming experience, others felt it was little more than a simple gameplay concept wrapped in stunning visuals. Our opinion fell somewhere in-between, with the fairly repetitious gameplay being the main reason Assassin's Creed isn't the breathtaking experience it could have been. Some months later and with a smattering of new content the game has arrived on the PC, but is it any better for the additions?
Right up until its console release last year, the one thing that Ubisoft was sure not to reveal is the twist in the storyline. Although it's now pretty well known, this review won't spoil too many aspects for PC gamers coming fresh to the game, meaning you're safe to read on unless you absolutely don't want to know anything about the game prior to release. You play as Altair, an assassin who lived through the Third Crusade in 1191, but you don't exclusively play as him - I'll say no more."