11 Years of Creed
Can you believe that it has been 11 years since Assassins Creed was first introduced to us? You had the opportunity to travel back in time to relive the memories of his ancestors; Desmond Miles is put into some rather hairy situations throughout the series;
Here we say hello to Desmond, who is kidnapped by the modern face of the Templar Order in the present day and forced to relive the memories of 12th Century Ancestor; Altair Ibn – LaAhead via the Animus.
But due to him being stripped of his Assassin title, you’ve been handed the hidden blade and forced to relearn the ways of the Brotherhood. This was hands down such a great game to play that you could lose yourself in for hours – completing mission after mission, so we would definitely recommend that you give it a try, if you haven’t already.
Assassin’s Creed II
Moving swiftly into the 15th Century – you are presented with the charmingly hooded Lothario Ezio. As well as the bright welcoming cities of Florence, Tuscany, and Venice where the rooftops and streets are packed with potential.
It’s time to collect chests, codex pages and complete side quests with a special guest appearance from Leonardo Da Vinci which makes the game so worthwhile to play.
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
If you are looking to showcase your stealthy skills then Brotherhood is definitely the game for you! Joining Desmond and the co hunt in an apple of Eden modern day, Ezio travels to Rome where the combat upgrades add a special quality to the gameplay and adds satisfying counter kills with a great amount of helpful crew ready to stab on demand Assassins.
I think you can tell that this is one of our favourite games in the series.
Assassin’s Creed: Revelations
Poor Desmond is stuck in the Animus here, with his mind in a rocky place on an island, still reliving Ezios life.
However, even though time has passed for our charismatic Assassin (who is well into his 40s by now) we are still privileged to see unique and skillful abilities/moves across the game – making it a must play for any Assassins Creed fans.
Assassin’s Creed III
If you are ready for exhilarating free-running then you are in luck as Connor Kenway nimbly makes his way in the snowy frontline between Boston and New York.
Also, Assassins Creed III offers you so much more in terms of skills from Connor, which outweigh his previous Renaissance predecessor. Oh, and there’s also good old Desmond who is stuck in the present day where he unleashes an evil on the internet, who is still there by the way.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag
If you’ve always wanted to be a pirate, then this is definitely the game for you! Explore the Azure Carribean with Edward Kenway (that’s right… another ancestor of Desmond.) You can also explore the illuminating cities of Kingston and Nassau.
However, we think that Davy Jones locker is where the game really shines.
Assassin’s Creed: Unity
In revolutionary Paris, you bust streets of jugglers and caverns of bones. Also, with Arnos’ kill list this game definitely gets a bit like Hitman in terms of style.
But that’s not all! You also have more abilities such as; being able to jump into rifts that takes you to different time periods, which in turn make the game more interesting.
Assassin’s Creed: Rogue
Templar Shay has been betrayed and is now sailing the 18th Century North Arctic sea where there are ships to loot, wildlife to hunt and dangerous puzzles to keep you entertained for hours.
Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate
Welcome to Victoria London, where British humor rises to the occasion and you can race up to the rooftops spider – style.
One thing is for sure though, you won’t be getting bored anytime soon with this action-packed title with Gang chases, train robberies and workhouses to liberate. It also includes a nice little feature that allows you to crouch down.
Assassin’s Creed: Origins
This title makes it so easy for us to forget so easily everything that occurred in the previous ten games and delivers the story of the birth of the Brotherhood.
Also, whilst you’re in Egypt, you will delve into a richer RPG style with new quests, a new take on combat and the binning of the AC minimap.
Personally, we believe that there is a stronger emotional connection with the story as you take a journey with Bayek and his equally deadly wife Aya, which brings a completely new sense of life into the series.
Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey
Without spoiling too much for you overexcited fans! We wanted to share the best quality that this title has to offer and that is the freedom of choice. The choice to explore, choose your Assassin and engage with romantic options!
We believe that Ubisoft Quebec has definitely listened to what you guys want and have certainly delivered with this masterpiece.
Added By: 4Gamers | Date Added: 4th Oct 2018