Just noticed it's now available for pre-order - to be released November 1st. I am playing AC2 now, and I have to say, while the game is entertaining, I feel like I paid the right price for it ($25 used). It's a little surprising Ubisoft's follow-up is being released so soon after AC2. Maybe it'll be a 'continuation' and not a 'sequel' (which implies wholesale improvement in game engine). I guess the MP addition is worth something! Plot: 'Live and breathe as Ezio, a legendary Master Assassin, in his enduring struggle against the powerful Templar Order. He must journey into Italys greatest city, Rome, center of power, greed and corruption to strike at the heart of the enemy.
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Defeating the corrupt tyrants entrenched there will require not only strength, but leadership, as Ezio commands an entire Brotherhood who will rally to his side. Only by working together can the Assassins defeat their mortal enemies and prevent the extinction of their Order. And for the first time, introducing a never-before-seen multiplayer layer that allows you to choose from a wide range of Assassin characters, each with their own unique weapons and assassination techniques, and match your skills against other Assassins from around the world.
Its time to join the Brotherhood.' Click to expand.I agree that the game overall was quite easy. But I still loved it for some reason.
I liked Ezio and I looooved the Renaissance Italy setting. I watched some gameplay footage for Brotherhood showing off some new abilities. I'm not sure it'll actually make the game harder per se.
There were a couple of times that I found free running to be challenging (tombs mostly) in AC2. I hope they have refined that aspect even further for Brotherhood. Sometimes I would just nose dive off a tall building into a cobblestone street. Not the sort of thing a super smooth assassin would do.
Either way, I'm the type who (usually) waits until prices dip before I pick up a game, so it'll be awhile before I find out. Click to expand.If that's your thoughts, you couldn't have played AC2 much. As the other poster mentioned, the tombs can be quite complex and knowing what to do and where to go next is important. In fact I got to a point in one tomb where I didn't know what to do and I wish they would create a hint system where it would tell you where you have to go next. In some cases AC2 required combinations of different key presses to get things done. The mutli-player in AC:Brotherhood looks like an interesting addition that adds MP to the game in AC style. Cake mania 3 for mac. It's not simply adding MP deathmatch as other games have done, but a multi-player that actually fits into the AC style of play.
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Picked up ACII for 30 bucks and started playing last night. So far, it looks nice, but I haven't really been able to get into it. Only played about an hour though. I think what bothers me most is that you see all those busy 'digital' elements from the animus the entire time.little displays that pop up, the 'synchronizing', etc.it kind of kills the immersion factor for me when the game keeps reminding me every 10 seconds that 'THIS WORLD IS NOT REAL, IT'S JUST A DIGITAL SIMULATION'. Italy is a beautiful setting for the game, and I would love to get lost in it, but so far, it's just too busy with all the digital stuff.