Assassin’s Creed 1
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  • The worst problem of this game is, however, the fact that it's very repetitive

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      Assassin’s Creed is the first game in the Assassin’s Creed series published by Ubisoft in 2007 for Play Station and Xbox 360 and in 2008 for Microsoft Windows. You take the role of Desmond Miles, a man kidnapped by a pharmaceutical company, Abstergo Industries. Doctor Warren Vidic wants to descover the memories of a Desmond’s ancenstor, called Altaïr Ibn La-Ahad. Altaïr was a member of the Hashshashin during the Thrid Crusade. Vidic is planning to use a machine called “the Animus” - an incredible technological invention that could be used to read somebody’s genetical memories. The theory

      was that, whenver somebody had a child, he would transfer into his DNA all of his memories, and, of course, the memories of all his ancenstors. The Animus could read this genetical memories, hidden in Desmond’s DNA, which dated back 8 centuries.

      Altaïr’s objective in the game is to assassinate 9 historical characters, part of the order of Templars. The Assassins were the ones that fought for justice, for reason, for peace, for freedom, while the Templars were fighting for power - they considered that the only way to bring peace and justice in the world is ruling ...


      • it by their own rules and ideas.

        To slay each of the 9 targets, you’ll have to do certain actions around three cities of the Holy Land: Jerusalem, Acre and Damascus. The worst problem of this game is, however, the fact that it’s very repetitive. There are number of things you have to do in each case, to discover more about your targets and plan your strike on them. Also, compared to the other Assassin’s Creed games, it’s very simple and has very little features: a much more limited number of weapons and armors, very few optional objectives,

        no shops to upgrade or buy items from, few supplies, few ways of obtaining supplies etc.

        Of course, there are also pros of the game: it’s a sandbox game, meaning that you can basically do whatever you want. That’s the greatest pro of all the games in all of the Assassin’s Creed series.

        My very personal oppinion? If you don’t care about the storyline, don’t play Assassin’s Creed 1. If you do care about the storyline, try to finish it as fast as possible and go to the next 3 games, which are, in my oppinion, much better!

        My rating: 6




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    Helena says :

    re : The worst problem of this game is, however, the fact that it’s very repetitive
    I disagree with this. Sure the game play can sometimes be a bit repetitive but if you’re interested in the story line this doesn’t really matter, because the story line is so thought through.

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