GameOn writes: "I won't sugar coat it. For many, the first Assassin's Creed was a disappointment. It was a game of promises that insisted it was the first, true 'next-gen' gaming experience. In many cases, it more than fulfilled expectations - with glorious vistas, free-flowing rooftop running and levels of realism that we were unaccustomed to. However, the gameplay fell flat. After the initial excitement that the game brought, we were left with repetitive missions that seemed derivative and unoriginal. And so the sequel appears, but has Ubisoft taken heed of the problems of the last, or should we learn from past mistakes?"