So I played through AC starting about 2 weeks ago, and am now about 1/2 way done with ACII. I wanted to know from anyone who's played all of the AC games, I understand that AC: Brotherhood and Revelations are continuing the storyline of Ezio, but as far as the general storyline, does ACIII pick up after ACII or should I play Brotherhood and Revelations before ACIII? --- PSN: Illusions1980
AC3 picks up right after Revelations, Brotherhood would be the most important one cause quite a bit happens there but If you really are in a rush you can just google the endings to both of them --- Official Gran Maestro of the Spanish Assassins of the AC3 Boards. Victoria a los Asesinos!
Thanks for the info. I will and was planning to play both brotherhood and revelations, I just was interested to dive right into ACIII because I like the time period, but I have no problem playing the other two games first. --- PSN: Illusions1980
Thanks for the info. I will and was planning to play both brotherhood and revelations, I just was interested to dive right into ACIII because I like the time period, but I have no problem playing the other two games first.
Revelations and brotherhood are both so amazing. You know why many people complain about this game? it's because those 2 placed the bar so high that AC3 falls a little short, IMO. --- GameFAQ's logic: Not answering someone's question directly = being a jerk.
You can jump right into AC3 if you really want. The only problem with that is, the Brotherhood and Revelations will feel dated if you go back and play them.
I would suggest playing through at least Brotherhood (picks up literally right after AC:2. You are standing on the ground that you end AC:2 on which was really cool).
Revelations was the weakest point of the series, in my opinion- and not much happens. It is also the shortest game- and you can beat it in about 12-15 hours. If you want to play it though, it isn't bad by any means. --- PSN: Darkestmerc Xbox 360 GT: Darkermerc