TGL Review: Assassin's Creed: Revelations

"Assassin’s Creed: Revelations is another quality AC experience; an apt and fitting end to the collective stories and memories of Ezio and Altair. But, it’s now reinforced status as an annual franchise is a worrying one. Revelations just doesn’t push the envelope of innovation enough to satisfy those who want something new from their time with the greater Assassin’s Creed experience. Yes, it plays great, the presentation is top notch and it’s multiplayer is unique and engaging but there comes a point where you want to see something new, something different, something risky, something that doesn’t necessarily change the experience, but gives it a new impetus and new merit. Revelations has exhausted what we know of Assassin’s Creed. It’s tired now. Ubisoft have already made it obvious that they will release a new AC next year but it needs to push the franchise forward and innovate to justify itself."

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DonaldBeck2430d ago

one of my favs this year

Trainz2430d ago

Somehow I guessed that.

DonaldBeck2430d ago

mama mia did my awatar give it away?

PshycoNinja2429d ago

Just finished the game. I am even more confused than I was with the end of AC Brotherhood. While Altir's life came to a satisfying conclusion I wish I could have seen more of what happened to Ezio after


he finished his journey and found Altir's library. It would have been nice to see him and Sofia have a child and such.

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So much for "reveling" anything. And the game still didn't explain why Ezio went back to the villa and what he wrote on the wall.

PshycoNinja2429d ago

All in all, the game was good but the story was disjointed and didn't have the ending that the developers were braging that it had. The game doesnt deserve the name "Revelations".

ironfist922428d ago

I take it you havent watched Embers, have you?

ssb31732426d ago

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