PS3Vault Review: Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

Another year and another Assassin’s Creed game is out. Riding on the success of the last game, Brotherhood continues the story of Ezio Firenze da Auditore and his modern-day counterpart (and great-great-great-great-great- great-grandson, or something like that…) Desmond Miles, and follows their fight against the Templar aggressors in both the modern day and 16th-century Renaissance Italy. So does Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood follow in the footsteps of its predecessors, or does the game feel outdated and in need of a shake-up? Find out right here.

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clarick012699d ago

I really liked AC2, but as the reviewer said this seems like more of the same. The MP isn't enough to get me interested so I think ill pass on it for now.

xyxzor2699d ago

I've been really enjoying Brotherhood. It's just a more accessible version of AC II with all the needless stuff cut. Also has an interesting multiplayer.