Which dlc for AC2is really worth it or is it best to skip it?
#2RycerXPosted 1/19/2013 9:07:40 PM
It's been a really long time since I played them, but neither one was particularly memorable.
#3TysakasaPosted 1/19/2013 9:15:58 PM
Yeah they're kind of just there. They're the kind of DLC that you buy if you really like the Assassin's Creed series (or that particular entry) or you have the money to spare. If anything there is an amusing moment with that one woman (can't remember her name, you rescue you when she trapped by the water. I think she also killed her husband or at least had someone murder him). Let's just say she's a feisty one and doesn't take crap from any body XD
Thanks for the input. I liked the first one and it seems lik the second is going to be really good as well.
#5Tom_the_DolfinPosted 1/20/2013 12:26:42 PM
The bonfire of the vanities has a pretty important story moment for Ezio, and the battle of forli finally actually gives that city a point in the game, and they both give you a couple new targets to assassinate. For what they were I enjoyed them. --- "Only the dead have seen the end of war." -Plato
The bonfire of the vanities has a pretty important story moment for Ezio, and the battle of forli finally actually gives that city a point in the game, and they both give you a couple new targets to assassinate. For what they were I enjoyed them.
Thanks, they are inexpensive so. I guess I will go ahead and get them.
#7sflowers539Posted 1/20/2013 2:15:59 PM
If you want to play the old games skip the original for sure, it is ultra boring and one dimensional, the story is great though but you probably know it already. If you are going back I would play AC2 and either Brotherhood or Revelations, but not both, they are too similar, AC2 is great though.
#8CRtwentyPosted 1/21/2013 12:24:40 AM
They're both decent and worth getting considering how cheap they are. Bonfire is the better of the two as it adds a lot more stuff and has tie ins to a few scenes in Brotherhood. --- "I just came out of a PIE, you swooning harpy! That is totally bat-**** insane!" - Mehrunes Dagon