The Boundless Brutality of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate’s Twins -- IGN

The past few years have no doubt been bumpier than Ubisoft would like when it comes to its flagship franchise, thanks to the embarrassingly well-publicised issues with last year’s Assassin’s Creed Unity. Coupled with the ever-present spectre of franchise fatigue, it’s safe to say this year’s instalment of Assassin’s Creed has a lot to prove. Thankfully, a long-overdue shake-up to the game’s fighting means it feels more viscerally brutal than ever, just in the nick of time.

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Yi-Long1118d ago

All the focus seems to be on the troubled release of Assassin's Creed Unity because of all the bugs and such, but the game in itself, in DESIGN, was flawed as well, with a boring story and main character, and gameplay that wasn't challenging nor engaging.

Hopefully the new AC Syndicate will remedy all that.

ab5olut10n1117d ago

I dated a French woman for a number of years and spent some time in Paris so maybe I'm a little biased but I enjoyed Unity a lot after it was patched and actually ran well.