Crispy Gamer: Assassin's Creed: Director's Cut Review - While not a perfect adventure, this console port is extraordinary fun

Crispy Gamer writes: "After selling more than 5 million units in six months, Ubisoft is letting PC gamers get a taste of its highly successful new franchise, Assassin's Creed, in an exclusive "Director's Cut" edition of the game.

Even if it were a straight port from the console versions, the game is worth introducing to those who prefer a lean-forward (opposed to lean-back) experience, but the savvy developers at Ubisoft Montreal have also added new missions, tweaked graphics and an optional mouse/keyboard control scheme for those who don't want to use a gamepad."

What's Hot:
-Fully realized, immersive world
-Stunning graphics
-Fun to stealthily weave through the crowd and then take down targets -New missions for PC version; Extraordinary music and voice talent

What's Not:
-Steep system requirements (dual-core processor is mandatory)
-Pricey for a PC game
-Keyboard/mouse controls are so-so
-Combat still basic

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