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So with all the teaser footage about this game in the hype of this impending release, gamers were wetting themselves everywhere. Anyone remember, the video.. the guy dressed like a monk, jumps off a building, and wrist spikes someone amongst a pile of guards, then the dramatic chase scene, ... Read review
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Community Level 3derpface

derpface

A great story, just a very bad game.

Advantagesgood story, nice graphics

Disadvantagesthe most boring game you'll likely ever play

"So with all the teaser footage about this game in the hype of this impending release, gamers were wetting themselves everywhere. Anyone remember, the video.. the guy dressed like a monk, jumps off a building, and wrist spikes someone amongst a pile of guards, then the dramatic chase scene, and then, he looses the guards by blending into a crowd of holy people, and we all thought wow.. that looks amazing. Looking amazing is all this game really does ..." Read review
07.06.2011

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

Community Level 2PCLM

PCLM

A Tainted Masterpiece

AdvantagesEndlessly enjoyable combat, wonderful graphics & soundtrack, pretty long game length

DisadvantagesExcruciatingly long and boring cut-scenes, poor NPC audio quality, Altair's voice actor isn't good

"Assassin's Creed would be one of my favourite games if it weren't for the few but significant flaws the game is marred by. Intense, engaging gameplay, gorgeous graphics, wide open cities, well-oiled combat mechanics, fairly intriguing storyline and fantastic voice acting from all but one of the game's characters make Assassin's Creed a truly unique and endlessly enjoyable experience, but it's tainted by mind-numbing detours from the gameplay. ~ [ ..." Read review
25.03.2010

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

Nearly the perfect game

AdvantagesGreat gameplay and amazing graphics

DisadvantagesGets repetitive

"I am not really a guy that plays games on computer, due to my love of the playstation and their excellent games. However after being given this game as a gift, I was eager to try it out. Of course I stumbled upon a problem that my laptop was not powerful enough to buy it, but I was in the process of buying a new computer anyway. Once my powerful system was bought I popped this CD in and the fun started. I will come to the specs needed later. Initially ..." Read review
30.10.2012

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Community Level 2anurag440044

anurag440044

Assassins Creed

AdvantagesExcellent graphics, Fluid gameplay

DisadvantagesNone

"Assassins creed, surely one of the best games you'll ever play. The gameplay is just fantastic. It is definately one of the most unique games ever created. The story starts with a bartender, named Desmond, who is held captive by a scientist, who researches on archive DNA of ancestors. He believes that Desmond's DNA contains very important data of his ancestors who were assassins. To do so, he uses a machine called the Animus which simulates 3 dimensional ..." Read review
17.10.2008

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Community Level 3Em145202713

Em145202713

Assassins Creed

AdvantagesGreat graphics and story

DisadvantagesSome of the missions are a bit repetitive

"Plot: Great story. I was expecting a lot from this game due to the time era its set in and I have to admit it exceeded my expectations by a long way. Unlike some games that seem to forget to tell you why you’re doing what you doing, this game keeps you updated all the time. It never leaves you behind. The plot kept making me want to keep coming back for more to see what was going to happen next. You play as Altair a free running assassin who is ..." Read review
07.03.2011

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It's easy to see why there was so much fighting amongst the console manufacturers to try and make this game a format exclusive. Where early launch titles may have disappointed this game not only looks like a next generation game but it plays like it too. Taken at face value the story casts you as an Arabic fighter in 1191, out to assassinate the nine Western leaders of the Third Crusade. There is more to the story than that though making it more than simple historical adventure it first seems.Since it's developed by many of the same team behind Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, it's no surprise to find the game using many of the same ideas. With the bold claim that you can climb on or over anything in the game world that sticks out more than two inches, this allows incredible freedom of movement, with a style of acrobatics heavily influenced by Parkour/free running. The game also innovates in terms of combat, with each of the face buttons controlling a different area of the body, rather like a marionette. As such one button controls the feet, one your open hand, one your weapon hand and the other your head.As an assassin stealth plays an important role in the game too, but here it's often a case of hiding in plain sight as you mill around inside large crowds of people. Everyone will react to you realistically though, so if you go around pushing people out of the way, or even killing them, the crowd will react and report you. With stunning graphics and genuinely innovative gameplay this is destined to be one of the most important releases of the year.HARRISON DENT :Assassin's Creed is set in 1191 AD, when the Third Crusade was tearing the Holy Land apart. Shrouded in secrecy and feared for their ruthlessness, the Assassins intend to stop the hostilities by suppressing both sides of the conflict. Players, assuming the role of the main character Altair, will have the power to throw their immediate environment into chaos and to shape events during this pivotal moment in history.Our story follows a disgraced master Assassin (ALTAIR) who embarks on an epic quest to restore his status within the Assassin Order. After failing to assassinate the Templar Leader (ROBERT DE SABLE) and recover the legendary Templar Treasure, Altair is demoted to Uninitiated (the lowest rank in the Assassin order).SINAN, Leader of the Assassins, offers our hero an opportunity to redeem himself. Altair must venture out into the Holy Land and assassinate men said to be exacerbating and exploiting the hostilities created by the Third Crusade. In doing so, he will stabilize the region, allowing Sinan to usher in an age of peace.When our game begins, Richard the Lionheart has just recaptured the port city of Acre from occupying Saracens. With a base of operations established, the Crusaders prepare to march south. Their true target is JERUSALEM - which they intend to recapture in the name of the Church. However, SALADIN, leader of the Saracen Army, currently rules Jerusalem. Stinging from his army's defeat at Acre, he will now allow Richard to humiliate him again. The Saracens are massing at the ruins of Fortress Arsuf, intending to ambush the Crusaders and prevent them from reaching Jerusalem.These war maneuvers have left the rest of the Holy Land wide open. While Richard and Saladin battle one another, the men left to govern in their stead have begun taking advantage of their newfound positions of power. Exploiting, manipulation, and provocation rule the day. It is into this chaotic mess our hero now finds himself thrust. He is ordered to assassinate those most active in their exploitation.And so Altair begins his missions.Along the way, however, he will begin to discover that his targets are bound by more than just a shared interest in personal gain. They seem to share membership in a secret society - a group all too familiar to the Assassins. And they are not simply looking for profit. The true goal, and how they plan to achieve it are secrets to be discovered during the course of our story.

Product details

Age 15+
Publisher Ubisoft
Genre Action/Adventure
Release Date 11st April 2008
EAN 3307210263544
Operating System Windows XP
Manufacturer Ubisoft

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