Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Review: Addicting And Unique

Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood, which was released in the U.S. yesterday, certainly has some big shoes to fill, as the previous game from last year was awesome — well, not the end. To bring you up to speed Ubisoft has slipped in a little recap of certain events that happened between the first and the second game.

Some of the first reviews have now started to come in, and things look good. NeoSeeker has now spent some time with Brotherhood to see if it can hold up to the previous game. The moment you start to play the game you will feel as if you have never been away, and the story swaping from Ezio and Desmond certainly makes to story telling interesting to say the least.

As with all games from this franchise you will shift from present day and back to the past, which has to be one of the greatest draws of the game. Ubisoft has done what Treyarch could not manage with COD Black Ops, and that is to improve on the game visually. However, we have to point out that graphics is a more important feature for this game rather than the latest from the Call of Duty franchise.

NeoSeeker concluded in their review that the story is an obscure one, but will be loved by newbie’s to the game and returning fans. However, they do pick up on what fact about the ending, that it is much better than Assassin’s Creed 2 and the game itself is “terribly addicting and refreshingly unique.”

They have given the game 9.5 out of 10, would you agree with that score?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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