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Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood review
by Arrow2theface

Where Assassin’s Creed II was a huge upgrade over the first game, I feel that Brotherhood does the final touches and improvements on the gameplay that truly defined what these early Assassin Creed games were. The tweaks to combat really make our character feel like a Master Assassin rather than the learner he was in the previous title. The story feels more focused than the previous two games and because you are already familiar with the character they immediately grip you into the narrative with one of the greatest openings to a video game that I have ever played. On most days Brotherhood is my favorite from the Assassin’s Creed Franchise.
«Blew my mind»
«That ending!»
«Beaten more than once»

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Brotherhood is basically same as AC2. It's much shorter, has few improvements, solid story and characters. Rome is also pretty nice. If you played AC2, then AC:B will feel as a weaker, yet still very good sequel.
The pinnacle of the first wave.
I gave myself a long breather after AC2 before trying to play this, and that break still wasn't long enough. Utter rubbish. I've already been to Renaissance Italy! See the only thing that makes this series bearable is the locations/visuals/time periods, and if you repeat a setting even ONCE, it kills the game!

You could solve this problem by actually making a decent game. Combat is the same series of presses repeated ad nauseum, it's a "stealth" game with no crouch/cover abilities lol and broken parkour, and it's all just hours upon hours of worthless boring shitty questchores.
«Disappointment of the year»
This game takes an already near-perfect formula introduced in Assassin's Creed II, and adds onto it brilliantly. If the last entry introduced the idea of meaningful collectibles, this one takes that idea and doubles it. The story is amazing, the gameplay even better, you just really can't go wrong here.
«Blew my mind»
The peak of Ezios trilogy in terms of gameplay
World Design
Ezio has decided to continue his fight in a magnificent setting: medieval Rome. The city design and graphics cannot be held up to today's standards, of course, it is far too simplistic and poorly laid-out. For example, you cannot climb the rocks of the seven hills of Rome, you have to take the long way around instead, and it quickly becomes annoying. The downtown Rome is lovely, but as soon as you venture outside, it is just empty plain fields and a few roads. The Roman ruins are just standing in the middle of those fields weirdly and unnaturally. However,- and this is important to mention - the game is quite old, and our expectations have grown. So I'm giving the game design the respect it deserves despite the minor drawbacks.

And now to the best part. The mechanics of recruiting assassins and assigning tasks to them are perfect. It just feels right and exciting. Exploring the ruins on different missions are great, too, adding some exciting arcade mechanics to the game. The collectibles, side-missions, unlockable weapons and upgrades, investing in shops, all of these are done well.

The storyline is interesting and exciting, even if exaggerated a little. The fighting suffers from weak combat mechanics, though; but again, let us remember that the game is not exactly recent, and was fine back in the day. Besides, I cannot say that other AC series games have better mechanics anyway. You cannot expect the Batman or Mordor type of immersive fighting.

It is good. Play it.
«Blew my mind»
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Microsoft from Deutsch
Assassin's Creed. I don't want to call myself Il Mentore, but this Game is God. Horny, Over-cool, epic or legendary do not describe the Story or the Narratives with the truthful Events of the Past. No words/no Words describe this Game, these Ideas of the Warriors in the Shadow of Light and these Narratives with the Characters. From front to back once every Game and I don't regret a Second. Laa shay 'a waqi 'un moutlaq bale kouloun moumkine, miei fratelli.
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I haven't got the game through but to the half of it. You wonder why I only 1st. Game time have? That's because it's broken at sea ... With win10 anyone who wants to make the game run:-you have to click the folder (hood directory of the game)-right click on the exe. (ACSP)-self-generated compatibility-packets select at "probramm in compatible mode ..."-"windows 98/windows me"-Start "ACSP" sets everything to the cutest graphic unsw. The sound is still broken for me and it runs tzd not 100% Fluid review (apart from backs that there are not. because it was not with windows7 and xp no problem)-very good game-graphics perfect for the time-story sophisticated-animations perfect-video. Perfect game runs perfectly (eig.)
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Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, the Part with the sometimes best Reviews, rightly enjoys the good Reputation. The Animus takes you back into the Renaissance, but this time you go to Rome because of a Templar Attack. In the Italian Metropolis, Ezio is looking for the Borgia to take the recently lost Eden Splinters from them. He meets historically important Personalities such as Niccolò Machiavelli, who is at his Side. In addition to the well-known hidden Blades, Ezio is now also allowed to use a Crossbow as well as a Set of heavy Weapons to make Life difficult for Rome's Guards. The most powerful Weapon, however, is the Namesake Brotherhood, which can be found here for the first Time. By freeing citizens in Need, new assassin recruits are recruited, who can be called into battle at the Touch of a button. By Participating in Combat and Sending them to Missions, the Recruits gain Experience, giving them better Armor and Weapons. In Rome, it is important to rebuild the City by buying various Shops, Such as Blacksmiths and Tailors, banks and Horse stables and Sights, in order to gradually save a small Fortune and thus buy new Equipment. For the First Time, a Multiplayer mode has also been implemented. Here you slip into the Role of an Abstergo employee who tries his hand as a Templar agent. The Multiplayer mode has eight Game Modes and 21 Characters, some of which are known from the Campaign, which offer variety but can't captivate for too long. In Summary, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood is an absolute Must for Fans of the Series, and Newcomers can do well with this Part of the Series, as there is a large Amount of Things to Do that will make staying in Rome an experience.
Start with good :)

The game is called 'Brotherhood', so the main thing that was added to the game is the ability to call your boys to help you at any time. This feature I liked, really cool. Assassins can be pumped, sending them to the job that will bring you money, and your apprentice experience: D

At the end of the game you feel that the developers are a little rusty on the game. Some missions are not completed and filled with bugs, and it's annoying: c Oh yeah, now in the game you can buy real estate, which brings you income and it's also cool :)

This is all about the story to say I don't want because he's not very memorable