For fans of the Assassin's Creed series, you're finally about to get some closure.
It's arguable this should have come with the last Assassin's Creed outing Brotherhood, but Ubisoft felt they had too many loose ends to tie up before they could jump the series ahead to another era and another assassin proper, and Revelations is meant to not only be the series closer, in its current form, but also the stepping stone into the future of the franchise.
Does it deliver this in a compelling way? We asked Patrick Stafford to run it through its paces -- as an avid fan of the previous outing -- and he came away with mixed feelings.
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Posted 10:15am 15/11/11
Even though I've only just started playing Brotherhood (I gave up on Arkham City), I was considering dropping in to JB at lunch to grab this. However since Skyward Sword is out in just 10 days time, I figure I could probably wait.
Posted 10:23am 15/11/11
Do you guys know the release date on steam? For some reason it just says December.
For anyone curious, costs on steam when converted to AUD:
AUS region: $78.22
USA region: $48.88
GBP region: $61.34
Posted 10:37am 15/11/11
Some pretty stark contrast there.
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Posted 10:49am 15/11/11
Okay, but what exactly are you saying here? :P
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Posted 11:17am 15/11/11
All kudos belong to him
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Posted 05:44pm 15/11/11
Perhaps the quality of the game?
Posted 07:38pm 15/11/11
Sounds like this game is going one step beyond "not much really changed" though, and actually is missing stuff the previous one did have.