The first details on the PSP 2, a new setting for Assassin's Creed, and a possible release date for National Geographic: Afrika as we come out of our turkey comas.
I didn't particularly enjoy the first Assassin's Creed but I finished it anyway. A new setting would be more interesting.
i didnt enjoy it much either. Hopefully they will make it so you dont do the same thing again and again.
I enjoyed the 1st AC..other than the repetitive missions and shallow combat system the game was fun...and the story was really interesting im more than looking forward to the sequel...
It really was one of those games that you like or think you like, was not so good but you still enjoyed and come off not knowing how you really feel about it..... At least that's how I feel. I think.... Looking forward to the next...... interesting story... hopefully they work more on the fighting mechanics.
after i got screwed by my cousin and he restarted my file i quited AC got Pissed
Am I the only one who actually liked Assassin's Creed.
nah i liked it till i got screwed i was like fck this after that happened
I liked it, but i didnt enjoy it. Does that make sence? Cause it really doesnt to me.
I liked AC but found it very repetitive, I thought it was my understanding that AC was to be a trilogy so I'm not surprised that they announced a 2nd game
As I was greatly anticipating the first AC. I was also greatly disappointed. There were some stuff that it did really well (mainly the atmosphere and free running) but everything else it kinda failed. I mean you had THREE HUGE CITIES and you could do absolutely NOTHING in each one. I mean you could randomly kill people on the street. Maybe once or twice you would run into people to protect but that was it. They could've at least tried to add in something else, like the ability to act like a real assassin (kill for money) or something like the top 10 wanted list in GTA IV (which also btw was a big disappointment) and give us some reason to play around. Give us some stealth gameplay or something. Give us the ability to upgrade our weapons or buy new ones or just something more than collecting some useless flags.
I rather enjoyed the first Assassins Creed. Sure, the game got repetitive, but, eh, it was still fun, to me at least.. I'm probably one of the few that are actually looking forward to the sequel.
it came with god of war, syphon filter from psn & superbad! $199.00 Its like a mini ps3 in my hand!
GTFO of my internet
assasins creed was good. they just need to fix the combat system. its pathetic. its basically wait all day to counter enemies. if you just attack, enemies block in an amazing rate. just make the combat system like a devil may cry and god of war combination and the game is perfect
I liked Assassin's Creed. It's not like it's any more repetitive than a GTA game... I think Afrika sounds like a snore fest. You'd have much more fun buying a real camera and sneaking photos of that hot collegiate cheerleader... Oh, nevermind, I think that's considered stalking...
I'm curious about how putting a different time period on AC will make it fresh. After all, just because a person is wearing a different set of clothes doesn't mean they're any different. And the first AC did get repetitive after a while.
That's definitely what I'm waiting to see. The first one bored me to death after about the first four hours. Mixing it up so I'm not doing the EXACT SAME thing in every city I visit would improve the game dramatically.
The repetitiveness of A$s.Creed is not even funny or enjoyable.
I hope the new psp has like some password protection, so when u barely turn it on (if you want to) it would ask for a password, because mine got stolen and i only was able to block the internet with password. And the sad part was that it was the original ones, the fat ones i got it the first day it came out. :(
is released in the US for around $20-25 I will buy it.
Assassin's creed in the french revolution sounds very plausible. I remember the creative director on the first AC talking about how he wanted to make a game in that setting.
We'll get a mini built-in HardDrive of some sort... It will be very well needed by the time it's released.
I'm not particularly thrilled about the French Revolution setting. I loved Assassin's Creed and thought that the setting was incredible. I guess I should just trust that the team will do something good with it, but the era in question just doesn't seem to fit the gameplay to me.
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