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User Info: art_of_the_kill

4 years ago#31
zyrax2301 posted...
I love Assassin's Creed, that game is sweet. Altair is the s*** man

As do I. It's one of my favorite games this gen. I love the sequels too, but it's really only AC1 that holds a special place in my heart.

My least favorite game in the series is Revelations by a mile.
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User Info: Zora_Prince

4 years ago#32
My memory of Tomb Raider is a bit fuzzy (only played small portions of the various PS1 games), but I very much enjoyed the more deliberate acrobatic commands and leaps the game required of you. I don't see any reason why those couldn't be preserved in new Tomb Raider games, but I haven't played the new one, so I can't comment on that as to why it's not.

What I miss from games that do most of the climbing for you, and what I'm told is absent in the new Tomb Raider, are moments like this:

I hate that they don't really require much other than pressing X to jump over something. The animations look better, but the gameplay becomes more shallow.
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User Info: Merc123

4 years ago#33
I love the series for its histocial backdrops. I somewhat understand why some people get tired of the series with all its games, but on the other hand i don't because they have a always have a unique historical settings, or beautifully created cities. Thats what i love, the gameplay may not change much but the setting is always changing. I mean we went from The Crusadest, to Renaissance Italy and Rome, to Constantinople, to the American Revolution and now the Golden Age of Piracy. I think thats a pretty diverse set of locations.

User Info: Bloodlines1191

4 years ago#34
Because it's a good series. Fun to play.

Also, if you aren't gonna play AC1 and skip to 2, you'll find it hard to go back to AC1 so I hope you think about that decision.
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User Info: DotsAndLines

4 years ago#35
I love the historical setting. I can only dream of traveling to Italy so at least the game allowed me to do that virtually.
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