Brotherhood was always my favorite. They kept making the games better until Revelations came out. Which in my opinion, Revelations and AC3 are both walking further back down the ladder. --- PSN: KazuoMitarashi / Currently Playing: AC3 (3rd Prestige), Borderlands 2 (Siren), DmC, SSBB, Zelda, and Halo 4
^Yeah, I just feel like they really hit a sweet spot with Brotherhood, in my opinion of course. I mean, it finally had the horses in cities, perfected combat (imo. remember - imo), better climbing, smoother gameplay in general (IMO!!!), etc etc.
I even really loved the story. It felt more epic and climactic, in my honest, subservient and oh-so-humble . . . wait for it . . . opinion.
I don't know. Sumfin 'bout it juss GOT me! Y'all-I'msaaayin?! __ --- "I may lead you astray every now and then, but I'm always a safe bet.". ~Mat Cauthon http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U93D8l8B_HU
In terms of gameplay refinements and side content, Brotherhood has an edge on AC3. In terms of actual storyline? AC3 takes that for me. AC3 also has far better villains than any of Ezio's. --- Behold the angry wizard putt-putt-putting away.
I don't get people who whine about AC3's horses. Are you complaining that they can't navigate uneven, heavily wooded terrain? Well, duh, obviously they can't. Why the hell would you take a horse off the roads in the first place? --- PSN: CrimeRoyal