The Escapist - Assassin's Creed Revelations Review

Ezio's exploration of the towering architecture and fractious politics of 16th Century Constantinople allows for some amazing gameplay. At any moment you'll be slipping in and out of the crowds as you use a poison dart to take out a corrupt city official walking down the street, or scrambling along the city's rooftops to avoid patrols of heavily armored Janissaries, or delving deep into cavernous tombs to recover a mystical and ancient treasure. It's endlessly fascinating, both in terms of the unique gameplay it offers and the rich historical context it presents for it all, which is as authentic as anything we usually see in today videogames.

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