Rank the Assassin's Creed games you've played
I hope you're all having a great day!
I wanted to ask what people ranked the Assassin's Creed titles they've played.
Personally, here are the ones I've played/how I rank them:
1) Assassin's Creed II - Improved on nearly every element from the first (more fluid platforming, removing annoying features) and made a much better and engaging story/great characters/great puzzle collectibles
2) Assassin's Creed - Set the standard for all Ubisoft games across several franchises for open world exploration, a unique storyline and I personally enjoyed the pacing of having to track down investigations across three cities, exploring them and the Kingdom middle land.
3) Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - Although I personally thought introducing the crossbow made it too easy, the introduction of a crew-mindset was so surprisingly good. I loved the fact they stuck with Ezio's storyline, continued into a very interesting mix of campaign missions. Online was really revolutionary
4) Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - I skipped III and Revelations because of other games I was busy with, but I went into Black Flag as one of my launch titles. Really got immersed in the large world, the story of Edward was good in my opinion, and I thought the combat was fluid and fun. It was the first to start this bucket-list-collectible thing, and I was told it didn't change much from III, but overall I enjoyed it. The tracking/following missions were absolutely terrible.
5) Assassin's Creed: Unity - I personally enjoyed this game, but it's far below the other three I've played in standards. The romantic story was really promising but sort of fell short toward the end. The graphics were gorgeous, the coop features were amazing (when they worked) and the new combat/platforming, while occasionally frustrating, were needed and made it more interesting.
What do your lists look like?
Posted by MaurickShepherd
on 06 March 19 at 16:21
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