The first Assassin's Creed game was good, the major complaint was how repetitive it became. Assassin's Creed 2 fixed just about everything that was wrong with the first game and showed great promise for the future, needless to say I enjoyed the hell out of it. Then there's Assassins Creed Brotherhood, it's basically an extension of Assassins Creed 2 and doesn't change much, I put a few hours into it when it was first released and put it down, tried to get back into it recently and just couldn't stand it after a half hour and I really have no interest in the new one either.
wstfld posted... I'll get it eventually. I couldn't finish the original AC, but AC2 and ACB were awesome.
I didn't finish the first either. It wasn't the repetition, my xbox RROD'd so I shelved the game. I just bought AC2 last night used so I can buy Revelations when it goes on sale. I was thinking about skipping Brotherhood altogether, not really going to be playing mp with this title.
If it's just another expansion like brotherhood was, then I'll pass. Some games can get away with having very similar sequels, but each AC game is 40 to 50 hours long. I don't feel like playing the same 50 hour game over and over.
Give us a new character, setting, and possibly a new engine, then maybe I'll come back.
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