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Ac1 was very repetitive yes, but it was far from being as bad as ET. It was revolutionary in that it invented the building scaling system. And the hidden blade. As I said, a very repetitious game, and ac2 was worlds better, but it's still one of my favorite series and no game can top ET. In fact I can think of many many worse games than ac1. The only thing ac1 got wrong was all the same bs side missions you had to do. The actual Templar assassination missions were awesome, and you can't beat AC story.
My review of AC1 that I have on metacritic
And just like the other 12 times you've posted this joke. It is a garbage review by someone that should never critique any form of media.
Yes he's a troll. The "review" was horrendous. The game might have been repetitive but is far from the worst game ever. The series is some of the best out there. He needs to deal with it.
A good game is a good game, regardless of system, res, framerate, and sales. Same goes for systems.
I feel like most people who say this were either expecting way too much or they haven't played enough bad games.
Lol!! Expecting way too much!! It's FREAKING FINAL FANTASY not some cliche jrpg were talking about here! At the very very least we were expecting some nice towns to explore!!! NOT A FREAKING ENDLESS CORRIDOR!!! damn...
I went back and forth with that game. I started it and said this game sucks. Played a bit more -- it was alright. Then it got really good. After I beat it (lame ending), I realized the game sucked really bad.
So in the end, it sucked.
As for my worst game played... I'll just go with Castle Quest on the NES for now.
Lame ending lol, best ending ever but dumb people dont understand it. There is even an articuel on kotaku about it, I recommend you to read it.
That ending remembered me something the cohen brothers would do on a movie.