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Has the Assassin's Creed's bubble burst?

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User Info: scjet

6 years ago#11
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.
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User Info: TrickyPony

6 years ago#12
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.

Am I on target or am I missing out?

User Info: -Damien-

6 years ago#13
OldSnakeLiveon8 posted...
More like the Ezio bubble burst. The people want AssCreed 3.

I think the franchise as a whole is growing stale. The
bubble has burst on this one

User Info: Nightmare966

6 years ago#14
I've played it, ended it, enjoyed the story.

I want to hear people who have completely finsihed the game.
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User Info: da_StoOge

6 years ago#15
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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User Info: Agent_Greer

6 years ago#16
I think it is because the game is releasing so closely to super high quality titles, that people can see more clearly just how the quality of the AC games are.
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