Post by thelistenercanon on Jul 30, 2019 8:29:56 GMT
I've been having an AC marathon from III and now working on Rogue. I know this franchise is incredibly but popular but what does MA think about it. For me, I love them and I don't think I've played a bad one yet. However, I do think it was quite disappointing they changed the format in Origins to make it more RPG. I know people complained it's too the same, but there's stuff I miss, like actual missions instead of just quests or things like leveling up. It felt more like Witcher 3 than AC. I enjoyed it.
My favorites will always be II and Brotherhood. They're one in the same game IMO. I could mention Revelations but that's different compared to the other.
*EDIT*: I should point out the only major game in the franchise I haven't played before all of them is the first one, but that's because I don't own a Xbox 360 and/or PS3. I played all of them in remastered versions.
I’ve only played two in the series. Assassin’s Creed 2, which I hated, and whatever that game is set in Victorian London. I enjoyed that one, but not enough to actually own it.
All in all, I just don’t gravitate to these games. Which is funny, because they feel like the kind of games I should love. The history that they weave with their fiction is really creative, I should enjoy the gameplay... but there’s something too superficial about it, both in the style and the mechanics, and it just feels repetitive to me. And since Ubisoft is churning out one every weekend it seems, the novelty feels like it’s getting pretty dampened.
Still miles better than that trash movie.
they all wanna be u mmmmmmmmyeah - chunky_lover_68