Assassins Creed: Revelations Review - Vantage Magazine

We won’t bore, or baffle, you with the complete back story to the Assassins Creed games, partly because we couldn’t tell you exactly what was happening at times but also because if you’re new to the series you’re better off picking up the earlier games than this one.

Revelations sees an elderly Ezio continue the Assassins’ conquest against the Templars in Constantinople, olden day Istanbul, on the search for five keys to unlock Altair’s library and uncover the secrets of his ancestors. Of course along the way you meet new friends, enemies and in this case, a love interest.

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Coke-a-Cola2465d ago (Edited 2465d ago )

Ezio was always fine without all the Animus BS, all it was good for was to

to drag the player out of the action / immersion .....over and over again. What shocks me even more is that the reviewing squad seems largely to have over looked it .
This game would have been an instant 20 percent better without . Just drop us into the story of the middle ages and let us play without dragging us kicking and screaming into the twentieth century .....destroying the immersive aspect . ( the last one was enough for me )

If this is just my opinion , ( and it is ) then I should be the only one allowed to comment on this game .

timjking2465d ago

Desmonds sections are optional this time so you literally can play the game and only drop out the animus a handful of times; and even then you can choose to go straight back into 'Ezio mode'

ssb31732457d ago

Great game thats worth this score, a good end to Ezio's story