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PlayTM: Assassin's Creed PC Review

Overall, there's not much to make Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut stand out from the console release half a year ago. The graphics are still pretty; the gameplay is still simplistic but satisfying, and the information gathering missions are still quirky at first and sluggish by the end of the game.

The implication that this version is superior by the movie-like suffix is mainly unfounded, and what exactly is "Director's Cut" supposed to mean in gaming-terms anyway? What gamers have here is a PC convert of a good console title which is ever so slightly inferior; but perhaps they should be happy it made it to the PC at all.

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