Pushing through high street crowds on a Saturday afternoon or squeezing onto a train packed with scowling commuters, it's hard to imagine how any game could find fun in jostling with a belligerent sea of humanity. But with sprawling ancient cities teeming with life and endless opportunities for mischief, Assassin's Creed shrewdly uses pedestrian gridlock as an ever-shifting backdrop for its diverse challenges and brutal combat.
Well I told you guys that the review was fishy listen to what they have out on their site now that they took down the review.
Please note that the early review of Assassin's Creed that appeared here was published in error. The review contained misleading information about the game's control system which should be disregarded. Please wait for the final, full review, which will be published online on November 16th.