Jim tackles ten of the most common arguments against Assassin's Creed's existence.
"also WW2, fuck me sit down" has me in stitches his use of swear words, what a ledgend
AC1- Decent start AC2- Awesome, possibly best in series AC2-Brotherhood - Introduced good multiplayer, solid game AC2 Revelations - ehhhh AC3 - Worst in the series, almost made me give up on AC AC4 - GREAT Pirate game, pretty good AC game, redeemed the series's credibility.
I know a lot of people feel that way about AC3, but I actually really liked it.. There was a certain vibe about it that wasn't there in the other games. Admitted I did like AC4 better, but not as a "AC game". Maybe I will view AC4 as a better "AC game" once I get to play Unity, if it explains some of the unexplained story in AC4.
I'm a massive Assassin's Creed fan, and for me, Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag was worse than Assassin's Creed Revelations. Assassin's Creed - brilliant Assassin game. In terms of actually being an Assassin, it was the best one. But it was just too repetitive. Ok modern day section. Assassin's Creed II - brilliant story, at the time it had brilliant graphics as well. Modern day section better was better than the previous game Assassin's Creed Brotherhood - wasn't keen on this one, and the story is very vague in my mind, just didn't appeal to be very much. Good Desmond missions Assassin's Creed Revelations - I loved this one. Lots of people didn't enjoy it, but the mix of Ezio and Altaïr was superb. Altaïr is by far my favorite assassin. I hated the modern day first person platformer missions. Ugh! Assassin's Creed III - loved the story, loved the combat, loved Connor. By far the best modern day section, shame about the ending :'( Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag - didn't like this one. Didn't like Edward. Didn't like the story of Assassins and Templars, simply because it was basically non-existent. However, it was a fantastic pirate game, but like I said above, I'm an Assassin's Creed fan. Good modern day sections, but not as good as Assassin's Creed III. In my opinion, from best to worst it goes like this: Assassin's Creed II Assassin's Creed III Assassin's Creed Revelations Assassin's Creed Brotherhood Assassin's Creed Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag That's going by the best Assassin's Creed game, not, this game was better because it had the best graphics, or that one was better because... pirate ships!! ***SPOILER START*** Also, I really enjoyed the Desmond/modern day sections of the story,, especially in Assassin's Creed III, and I was extremely upset when Desmond was killed off… ***SPOILER END*** I expected more from Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag in regards to the modern day section, but I suppose it was better than the Assassin's Creed Revelations first person platformer.
"his a cock end i" brilliant stuff im tearing up
Funny vid...BUT...If I don't like the game, I don't like the game. Don't ram it down my throat! I enjoyed 2 but I never really felt the draw to play the sequels. I bought 4 on my x1 but I just didn't enjoy it. Isn't that my right?
I can understand some peoples opinion that its too repetitive etc.. I can agree it does get quite repetitive, i mean 4 got boring because of the constant ship battles. It sort of became ubisofts learning of how to learn from the feedback. My biggest gripe is when desmond died. Personally it should have beens desmonds story right to the present day while travelling through history. THats me though
you should of warned people of the spoiler thanks for that...
I'm playing the 4 and I like it... But... Why did they kill Desmond???? That was disappointing! I never played the 3
I agree, at least they try to tackle something different everytime (different cities, different cultures, different parts of history, etc) while also maintaining and improving the gameplay.
Who are you to tell me i'm wrong? I'm always right, only the fanboys disagree.
I liked the first one the best. I wish they'd port it to vita!
DAMMIT I DIDNT EVEN KNOW THAT, THANKS FOR SPOILING
The second one was the peak. From then on just seems an effort to make the franchise as long as possible, telling stories with shitty ends and then more of the same. COD does the same since..... I think the last I enjoyed was the second. After that, story almost nonexistent. It has become a MOBA IMHO. They should try something new instead. I imagine it must be difficult, but the price is to have a "generic" franchise. I'hoping shadow of mordor alleviates my wishes somehow.... It seems "similar" enough for me.
First, I think Desmond is alive, too complicated to write here but I can build a strong case for it. Second, I think a ubisoft will eventually use the watchdogs or division engine for a modern day Assassins game. Third, annual games are alright with me, love them all. Live by the Creed.
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