GamePro: Assassin's Creed PC Review

There's no denying Assassin's Creed's ambition and breathtakingly authentic visuals. In that regard, Assassin's Creed Director's Cut Edition feels completely at home on the PC by offering even further enhanced visuals via higher resolutions and tighter framerates (provided you've got a monster gaming rig). The trade off, however, is a clunky keyboard and mouse control scheme that painfully reminds us of the game's console roots.

Thankfully, AC comes pre-configured for Xbox 360 and most other gamepads. To further sweeten the deal, Ubisoft made a few tweaks to enemy AI-simply blending after a kill won't fool the guards anymore-and navigation, by giving you the ability to bypass The Kingdom and jump to any city once you've visited all three.

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