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Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood Review


It’s almost a year to the day since the release of Assassin’s Creed 2, and to be honest, Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood had all the makings of an unnecessary, half-baked but full-priced Assassin’s Creed 2.5. It’s a new game in the franchise but not a true sequel, with a short development period and a brand new multiplayer mode — sounds like the makings of a cash-in entry to AC’s lineage if ever there was one.

Lucky for us, Brotherhood isn’t a cash-in expansion game at all. Instead, Ubisoft Montreal has put together the best game to date in the series, capturing all the great elements of Assassin’s Creed 2 but tossing out the boring and frustrating elements in another huge, expansive sandbox game. And we even get a multiplayer, tough to break into though it may be.

Continuing pretty much from the moment Assassin’s Creed 2 left off, Brotherhood centers again on the adventures of Desmond Miles, a modern-day member of an ancient clan of assassins who are at war with the Knights Templar, an Illuminati-esque organization that has its fingers in everything in order to control the world. The majority of the gameplay still centers around Desmond’s time in a machine called the Animus, which allows him to relive the experiences of his ancestors — specifically, Ezio de Auditore, the leader of the Assassins in Renaissance Italy.

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