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Assassin's Creed Rogue PC Review | The Game Scouts

Tin Salamunic: Assassin’s Creed Rogue has restored my faith in the franchise. Unity wasn’t just a poor Assassin's Creed entry from a narrative standpoint, it was a technical disaster, and one of the worst performing next-gen titles I’ve played so far. After walking away from Unity in utter disappointment, I thought the glory days of Assassin’s Creed were over. Fortunately, the newly released PC version of Rogue is the series’ long awaited recovery. It brings back everything that made its predecessor, Black Flag, such a superb experience, and Unlike Unity, it’s technically flawless.

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Jalva888d ago

"Fortunately, the newly released PC version of Rogue is the series’ long awaited recovery. It brings back everything that made its predecessor, Black Flag, such a superb experience,"

Just think about that sentence for a moment...

TheGameScouts888d ago

What exactly is wrong with it?

Jalva888d ago

You say that Rogue is the series' long awaited recovery, then you say that its predecessor Black Flag was a superb experience, implying that there was a ton of bad games between the two, when in fact there was no releases between them at all, never mind bad ones.

And in Unity's case, it released on the same day as Rogue, so there was no wait between Black Flag and Rogue except for the standard one year between all Assassin's Creed games, so it wasn't the series' long awaited recovery, at least not in the context that you said it was.

TheGameScouts888d ago

I think you misunderstood what I was trying to say. When Unity released, gamers waited a long time for patches to make the game playable. Even after all the patches, Unity remained a mess, so I'm calling Rogue a "recovery" from all the wait and frustration. :)