Assassin’s Creed 3 Gets Its First Review, Straight from Ezio’s Country

Wanna guess how little the reviewer hated it?

Posted By | On 29th, Oct. 2012 Under News



The first Assassin’s Creed 3 review, just one day out before the game’s launch is in, and lo and behold it is good. This first review comes via Italy’s XBox 360 Magazine.

The verdict? Ten out of ten. That’s 10 upon 10.

The magazine loved the combat system and immersive environments, also stating that it features the “most beautiful naval battles of all time”. You hear that naval sim developers? This game has beat all your concentrated efforts. Feel shame?

A quote via GamingEverything sums it up, “An absolute masterpiece to which the experience remains indispensable for any fan of video games and beyond, with a depth of gameplay and longevity unparalleled in the action scene, a game that will remain in the annals for a long time.”

They proclaimed it one of the best games of this generation. Considering the company it keeps, we guess this would make it the best Assassin’s Creed game (duh) of them all. Other reviews are due, but things are looking good for Ubisoft.


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  • kevin

    im not suprised but im glad to see it’s such a success

  • Hell yeah, that’s well deserved.

  • Jon

    “Most beautiful naval battles”

    Yeah ’cause naval battles really scream Assassin’s Creed. Next there’s going to be hunting and then they’re going to stray away from social stealth… WAIT A MINUTE.

    • Sam Utuger

      their trying to branch out. let me geuse you are a cod fan afraid of a game series evolving

    • Jay

      yes because people with honest opinions and good points must be cod fans. You sir, are an idiot.

    • Sam Utuger

      im saying that just because the series is trying to evolve and change is no reason to hate on it

    • Az89

      Really, you can’t say anything about the naval battles — I mean it’s not that far from some of the content in other AC games. Tell me, did you also have something to say about cannons being in AC:Brotherhood & Revelations? I’d guess “yes”. Now I can’t say I expected naval battles…BUT come on, like Sam says they’re trying to branch out & add some unique experiences. & you saying naval battles don’t scream Assassin’s Creed? What does scream Assassin’s Creed? All stealth? Maybe that’s why you feel it doesn’t fit, because cannons break up the quiet stealth moments? Assassin’s Creed is about more than just stealth, & since it spans many diverse Assassin’s & a lot of different settings both in time & place, I’d say naval battles are fine. Oh, & by the way — you play a half Native American, if you hadn’t heard…so you know, you saying hunting doesn’t fit or doesn’t scream Assassin’s Creed, is ridiculous. If you think about it, you’ve been hunting in all the games! I can see how being an assassin should share a lot of hunting & tracking elements. So I disagree with that more than your naval battle comment. I think hunting fits perfectly, especially with this particular setting. If all you want is the bare basics of Asssassin’s Creed, maybe you should just keep playing the first game. lol

  • tim

    to be honest I like the assassin’s creed games but they do get very repetitive, the introduction of things like hunting and naval battles to me seems like nothing but a good thing


 

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