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Assassins Creed: The Ezio Collection (Ps4)
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Nee
- Taal : Engels
- Productafmetingen : 19 x 13.5 x 3 cm; 81.65 gram
- Publicatiedatum : 26 maart 2019
- ASIN : B01LXUGJKB
- Modelnummer item : 300087710
- Land van herkomst : Nederland
- Gegarandeerde software-updates tot : unknown
Assassins creed: the ezio collection
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This remastered version does show its age when you first start paying but you soon grow accustomed to the graphics. The content remains pretty much the same, although there are two episodes towards the end of the game, originally available as downloads, but which are now included from the start.
What is most noticeable is how clunky and frustrating some of the controls can be. This is especially true when the same commands can mean different things depending on the positioning of your character. Jumping backwards into oblivion rather than jumping up to grab a ledge can be particularly aggravating.
As with all Assassins Creed games the real joy of this game is the freedom it gives you to explore another time period. Even in this early game the level of detail is impressive and there is plenty to do and see outside of the main story. I highly recommend taking your time with the game and soaking up the atmosphere, rather than charging through it at a pace.
The story is perhaps the weakest part of the game. Focused initially on a revenge plot it begins to drag towards the end with seemingly endless missions to assassinate one person after another. As it goes on the plot begins to feel more and more contrived, with no real motivation to continue. The plot missions can also be really frustrating, with added complications like "don't get spotted" forcing you to replay some missions several times over. The difficulty is often caused by the clunky controls and technical glitches, not by any failure of tactics.
The two expansions are not anywhere near as good as the original game. From the initial game where you get to explore several different cities the first expansion takes you to Rome where you do pretty much the same thing again based in just one city. Then in the second expansion you go to Constantinople and again the story is just the same thing all over again. One particularly irritating aspect of the two expansions are the sections which take place in the modern day or in a virtual reality puzzle. People play these games for the historical setting, and these diversions are an unwelcome distraction from that.
Having followed the series since the first Assassins Creed it is interesting to see how it has developed. The more recent games have much more freedom to do what you want and play the game the way you want. Improvements in the graphics and the fluidity of the controls make the game much less frustrating. That said the Ezio Collection is still the best place to start if you want to enjoy the series. Despite its flaws there is a lot of fun still to be had, and it forms the basis for a lot of what comes after.
Managed to complete the game extras like collecting flags and feathers to complete 100% to get all trophies, something I didn’t do when I bought the original single games.
I did find a few glitches in Assassins Creed 2 - one of the memories kept crashing so I ended up leaving that particular one then I came back to it after doing other tasks but worked when I tried again.
Overall great value.
Assassins creed 2 (AC2) (the first game in this pack) is brilliant and scary with some of the historical accuracy (not a historian so don’t claim it’s perfect) really annoying that you are unable to replay missions
Assassins creed brotherhood (ACB) is the best game in my opinion, it improves on the first game tremendously and corrects all the annoying things from AC2 you can now replay missions. Quite difficult extra challenges that will really annoy you if you want 100%
Assassins creed revelations (ACR) I’m currently playing this one and the story is fantastic however the gameplay is not as good as ACB. There are glitches which will make you mad such as the constant call to prayer at night background sound it gets annoying after a few hours, guards simply getting spawned in as the game hadn’t loaded them fast enough THIS NEVER HAPPENED IN AC2 and ACB. Additionally the scenery is not as good as the first games