Why Assassin's Creed: Revelations Is A Must Own Game "I never thought I'd see an Assassin's Creed title flying under the radar during the holiday season, at least in the media. It's an odd development considering the series wide appeal and blockbuster production values, but with the likes of Batman, Battlefield, Uncharted and Skyrim in the mix, Assassin's Creed: Revelations has been keeping a relatively low profile. Is Ezio's fatigue finally setting in? Certainly not for the legions of Creed followers just itching for another opportunity to battle the Templar. I happen to fall into that category. Assassin's Creed: Revelations is easily one of my most anticipated titles of 2011."

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Hardedge2426d ago

Definitely picking this up.

iamnsuperman2426d ago

Same. I just want to know what is going on especially after ACB. For me it is one of those games that doesn't need to advance graphically or have some new gameplay mechanics as I am buying it for the story. They have me hooked

mephman2426d ago

Exactly and I think that's what a lot of games are missing at the moment. Most of them are self contained entities, whereas Assassin's Creed actually has a mapped out story that makes you want to find out what comes next.

LOGICWINS2426d ago

I'll get it. When its like $30.

chaldo2426d ago

Simple.. Ezio is a stud.

Urrakia342426d ago

Because if I don't pick it up I'll start falling behind on the yearly installments?

360ICE2426d ago

Ezio is voiced by Dwayne Johnson. Nuff said.

Relientk772426d ago

Ezio is voiced by Roger Craig Smith

360ICE2425d ago

Dwayne Johnson is the Rock. What does Roger Craig Smith have to show for?

Relientk772426d ago

If you played Assassin's Creed 2 and Brotherhood, it's obvious. Both those games are amazing

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