Assassinís Creed Brotherhood Review Round-up

Assassinís Creed Brotherhood Review Round-up

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11/19/2010 10:59:48 AM
Assassinís Creed Brotherhood Review Round-up

Review Round-up


Assassinís Creed Brotherhood

Shacknews

Though released only one short year after the series' second game, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood provides a full-featured single-player experience with a staggering amount of gameplay systems, and is sure to please fans of the series with both its story and gameplay. Individually, each part of it may not be incredibly deep, but they all coalesce to effectively enhance the core story, which is a worthy chapter in the Assassin's Creed franchise. Assassin's Creed 2 is probably still a better place for series newcomers to start than Brotherhood, but fans are in for another great and stabby ride.

Full Reviwe @ Shacknews

Gamespot

The Good

Huge, beautiful city stuffed with amazing details Lairs and other platforming sequences are fantastic Long, with lots of fun and varied activities Economy is more meaningful than before All sorts of improvements, big and small.

The Bad

Main story is disappointing Assassin recruitment is contrived and ultimately meaningless Glitches.

There is joy in leaping across the Roman rooftops, taking in the grand sights in front of you and realizing that it is all your own playground. Stealing a combatant's spear from him and impaling him on it is a brutal pleasure. And the little touches--the way Claudia meets Ezio's stare with one of her own, or the fluid animations that characterize your agile maneuvers--are constant reminders of what makes these games so enchanting. This may not be Assassin's Creed III, but like Ezio's smirk, Brotherhood is too irresistible to ignore

GameSpot Score: 8.5 Great Full Review @ Gamespot for Xbox 360

IGN

At the end of the day, it depends what youíre looking for. If youíre new to Assassinís Creed, this is a solid entry, but picking up the threads of the convoluted story may be a challenge. If youíre an experienced assassin, on the other hand, expect to tread pretty similar ground to the last title.

IGN Score: 8.0 "Impressive"

Full Review @ IGN for Playstation 3

gamesradar:

Bigger isn't necessarily better, but it's close

While its story falls short of the bar set by Assassinís Creed II, Brotherhood packs in more than enough new content and improvements to make up for it. Itís not the best of the series, but itís still an essential piece of the ever-expanding AC puzzle.

Full Review @ gamesradar

   

Wired:

Recycled Assassinís Creed Brotherhood Is Uneasy Blend of Killing, Farming

WIRED Pretty graphics, beautiful music, solid controls, intriguing multiplayer.

TIRED Lazy, recycled design; social game busywork.

Rating: 7/10

Full Review @ Wired

Joystiq

Ultimately, it doesn't matter whether Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is a sequel or expansion. I'm not sure even Ubisoft knew which it was while developing it. All that matters is that if you let that ambiguity keep you from playing it, you'll be doing yourself an awfully huge disservice.

Score: 4.5 Stars out of 5

Full Review @ Joystiq

GameSpy

Pros:
Strong continuing story; an insane amount of collectibles; greatly improved combat; intense (and fun!) multiplayer.

Cons:
Rome looks a lot like the rest of Italy; multiplayer has a definite learning curve; cliffhanger endings drive me nuts.

It would be easy to dismiss this game as an expansion, but I've never seen an expansion that actually offers players this much more than its predecessor, including the introduction of one of the most promising multiplayer modes to come down the aqueduct in some time.

GameSpy Score: 5 Stars - Outstanding

Full Review @ GameSpy for Xbox 360

GamePro

PROS: Excellent and exciting campaign that introduces worthwhile new gameplay elements; Rome is well built and packed with content; online multiplayer mode is incredibly taut and a smashing addition.

CONS: Leaves a lot of lingering questions unanswered; some texture pop-in issues and occasional odd animations.

Brotherhood is the best showcase yet for the series' formidable quality and range, with an excellent campaign and an equally intriguing online approach, and while I hope the next one actually answers some questions, I can't begrudge Ubisoft in the slightest for giving us one more memorable voyage with Ezio.

GamePro Score: 5 Stars

Full Review @ GamePro

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