Review: Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood

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The Robotman:
Steve you curly turd. Assassin's Creed 2 blew so bad! How could you even tell people to get a sequel to a game on the foregrounds that if they liked the previous disaster they'll LIKE THE NEWEST TITLE?!
Something sounds ridiculous, and it most certainly isn't the fapping noise coming from yonder corridor.
You LOVED Assassin's Creed 2?
You must also love eating stale bread in a dark corner of your bedroom while wearing your girlfriend's lipstick. Spare me the bullpiss and give a real review!

Wow, douche troll is a douche.

The Robotman:
Steve you curly turd. Assassin's Creed 2 blew so bad! How could you even tell people to get a sequel to a game on the foregrounds that if they liked the previous disaster they'll LIKE THE NEWEST TITLE?!
Something sounds ridiculous, and it most certainly isn't the fapping noise coming from yonder corridor.
You LOVED Assassin's Creed 2?
You must also love eating stale bread in a dark corner of your bedroom while wearing your girlfriend's lipstick. Spare me the bullpiss and give a real review!

Good point.

Eh Copernicus, what's ya prablem with italians?

Steve Butts:

The Robotman:
Steve you curly turd. Assassin's Creed 2 blew so bad! How could you even tell people to get a sequel to a game on the foregrounds that if they liked the previous disaster they'll LIKE THE NEWEST TITLE?!
Something sounds ridiculous, and it most certainly isn't the fapping noise coming from yonder corridor.
You LOVED Assassin's Creed 2?
You must also love eating stale bread in a dark corner of your bedroom while wearing your girlfriend's lipstick. Spare me the bullpiss and give a real review!

Good point.

xD *claps*

Yay, Christmas gift confirmed. The review showers the game with praise. I can't wait to play this for myself

Alright beat the main storyline and have 81% of the game done so far, I can say this is a fun game even if you're only into the Single Player like myself, doubt I'll do multiplayer until a few of my friends have it and we can do a private match

Multiplayer is so much fun. It so funny even watching someone else play it.

Like Manhunt
Morph a crowd to look like you, wait for an enemy that after you, they target a NPC next to you, you laugh, they target you, you smokebomb him, stun him only to be assassinated by his teammate that was up on a roof.

Steve Butts:
Review: Assassin's Creed Brotherhood

See the glories of the Eternal City. Don't forget your stabbing knife!

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Steve, I have a question for you, do you know the release date of Assassin's Creed Brotherhood for the PC?
BTW the review justified my opinion of the game.

I won't like this game if I hated the first two, you say? I'll shall take heed to your words, because it looks exactly like the last two. To the point where the Ubisoft had to give Ezio facial hair to let the players know what game they're playing.

If that's YOUR gameplay we're seeing in the credits, i understand why you don't still like the combat.
mashing the counter button makes you suck. with Spear Guys in particular, you still have to time it right.

do it RIGHT, like the game tells you (hint: offensiveness) and Ezio will flow with ease around his targets in a ballet of stabby.

I purchased this the other day (30 at Sainsburys - bargain, I thought) and lo, my weekend summarily disappeared. They've certainly worked out some kinks of the old one and it seems a much better experience. The graphics are better, the gameplay is smoother, Ezio has more flamboyant methods to kill people and, by the looks of things, they've balanced out the earnings scale (a little).

Now all I need to do is find ways to convince various people to get off the Xbox, so I can get back into 16th century Rome.

SensibleCrout:
A review of an Ubisoft game without a single word about the deal-breaking copy protection? Come ON!

I want to play a single player game offline, or on the train or wherever I like. There are even many gamers in the world who pay their internet connection per minute. If Ubisoft does not let me do this, the game has less value and so I consider ACB extremely pricy.

^This

If the DRM is on this one like the last game, I'll have no part of it.

Baldr:
Multiplayer is so much fun. It so funny even watching someone else play it.

Like Manhunt
Morph a crowd to look like you, wait for an enemy that after you, they target a NPC next to you, you laugh, they target you, you smokebomb him, stun him only to be assassinated by his teammate that was up on a roof.

or those parts, where your guy gets killed, and then your killer gets sniped 2 seconds later, and then his killer gets dropped from above, and so on like a beautiful caterpillar of death :D

I played this game and my view of it. Since it added multiplayer, (which I have barely played because i just finished single player) the single player is shorter than AC2. I still love Brotherhood, but if I was asked to compare it to its predecessor, well, I'd say AC2 was better. Though I love using the Brotherhood, the new gadgets and the improved combat, which I think is a lot more fun if you relentlessly attack the enemies. It's slightly harder than countering the whole time and is a lot more fun. Also Rome was great and I truly loved it. But i can't say it's the best, nor do I bet any AC city will make it to the top of my list. I'm not saying everything else sucks, but I FUCKING LOVED VENICE! Oh and what I played of the new multiplayer, I love. Deffinitely one of the most creative out there.

Oh and I have a quick question. Is anyone getting the same parachute bug? I'll start playing again, but all of my parachutes are gone. It's not a big deal because i'm done with the singleplayer and I am rich in the game. But it's annoying when I try to use a parachute to get somewhere, find out I don't have any, and have to run all the way to a tailor to get more.

first one sucked balls ergo ubisoft mouth cleans balls everyday
not getting my cash again

bahumat42:

Distorted Stu:
Does it expand on the AC2 ending? Or is it just a sort of "look at Ezio's life" game. I want to know more about Adam and Eve etc.

From what I have seen it seems to be a "retaking Rome" story, you won't get much more to the futury storyline but more to the local history, that and you create an army(Ok more of a warband in size but still), thats more than enough reason to buy it ^^.

First impressions can be misleading. The final act is a meaty reveal, with a jaw-dropping twist. Yes, you'll get your sought-after story, and you ought to make sure you decode subject 16's riddles along the way. I am very excited for the continuation of this saga, now.

Singleplayer alone is worth the price, if you're a fan of the series.

If I can level one complaint at the gameplay, it's awfully strict about requirements to stay in synchronization from time to time, and misleading as well. One mission raged me to no end, where the game kept presenting me a handful of targets, a timer, and an objective to kill them, but the second I so much as knifed one -bam- desynchronized. Again, and again, and again. Took me a while to puzzle out that I wasn't supposed to let anyone else see me kill any of the targets. Game just said to eliminate them quickly...

Another time saw me chasing a target I was required to kill, a message pops up saying to stay in the area, Ezio takes -exactly- one more step while pursuing the -required- target, and -bam- desynchronized.

It's occasionally frustrating, I will say that.

The second game stands to be the only game on my 360 that I got every achievement to. I only hope Brotherhood isn't as easy.

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