While I believe it was the worst in the series I still think it was good. I especially liked the use of mixing up bombs to use against the templars, and the kind of plants vs zombies defense minigame (the first few times, then it got old)
tbh, I'm actually disliking AC3 more so far, and at this rate it will become my new 'worst of the series'. Glitchy controls, crappy interface, MMORPG style liberations (save 3 citizens and fetch me 3 bear asses)
Personally, I enjoyed Revelations a lot more than Brotherhood. I had no interest in Ezio's story in Brotherhood whatsoever. The Borgia storyline should have been wrapped up in AC2, instead we had a whole game dedicated to rectifying an Ezio brainfart. --- GT: Edge31632 Pawn: Anya http://www.last.fm/user/MrEdge
^I actually agree with this except I'd probably switch ACR with AC2. I reeeeally loved Brotherhood and, amazingly, I like AC3 even more. __ --- PSN: krono069/Asus G73 laptop? A thousand bucks. My wife's reaction to a nude mod? Priceless. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U93D8l8B_HU
If the hypothetical new player becomes a fan of the series, they quite likely would eventually end up wanting to play all of the games. All of them are interesting and worthwhile, despite the quality variations.
I enjoyed Revelations so much more than Brotherhood.
Really though, I don't advocate skipping any of the main five console titles. (The handheld games are irrelevant, in my opinion.) --- Gameplay is a major part of video games, yes. But it isn't what makes video gamed great. -UltimaSora91
From: Sicario001 | Posted: 11/4/2012 7:03:17 PM | #017 There will always be a special place in my heart for AC1.
This, all of the other games up until this don't even have half the impact that AC1's assassinations had. First time I killed someone in AC2: I was like "what is this it." Where was the moral ambiguity and intrigue?