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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 03:08pm 23/03/11 | 4 Comments
Normally we try and stick to a single review for most games, but given every once in a while the PC outing actually finally has something consoles don't, we decide to take a look at both. In the case of Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood though, it was more a point of respect for the humble PC gamer, who has been waiting for this one to arrive on the desktop platform since November last year.

So we have a complete package that is Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, replete with all available DLC up until this point, and in a nice, neat little package that actually has a bit of value. Newcomer on the AusGamers review block, James Pinnell, took the PC outing for a spin, click here for his verdict.

You can also read our in-depth review as played on 360 for even more about the game's back-story and deeper features.

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Posted 03:36pm 23/3/11
Totally agree with review. It is essentially a fun game with a few flaws, but overall really good. I'm absolutely loving multiplayer, gives me a rush every time I get close to designated target and have to slowly creep over.
Posted 04:58pm 23/3/11
I remember Good Game reviewed this and said it felt more like an add on rather than a stand alone game. Still gonna play it though.
Posted 09:27pm 05/4/11
PC version still suffers from the horrible camera and auto-locking quirks but apart from that it was good game but AC2 was still better. The plot feels disjoint and really lack the quality of AC2 story. Gave 25 hours of my life for it regardless. Suprisingly this proven to be a better 'sequel' then that dumbed down piece of junk Dragon Age 2.
Posted 09:57pm 05/4/11
I remember Good Game reviewed this and said it felt more like an add on rather than a stand alone game. Still gonna play it though.

dunno why. ive already played it for longer than ac2.
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