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Publisher:
Ubisoft
Developer:
Ubisoft Montreal
UPC: 8888356844

Released: 11-15-11
Players: 1-8
Online: 8
Offline: 1
Country Origin: US
ESRB: M
Trophies: 70
PSN Price:
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Game Genre:
Action
Game Perspective:
1st-Person, 3rd-Person
Genre Non-Sport:
Puzzle-Solving, Stealth

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Complete:  $7.00
New:  $9.99
Rarity: Pending Data

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Assassin's Creed: Revelations Box Description

TWO ASSASSINS. ONE DESTINY. I HAVE ALWAYS LIVED BY THE CREED. MY BLADES HAVE DISPENSED DEATH AND JUSTICE IN EQUAL MEASURE. YET I AM NO CLOSER TO DISCOVERING THE TRUTH BEHIND OUR ORDER. SO I MUST WALK THE PATH OF MY ANCESTOR, ALTAIR, IN WHOSE FOOTSTEPS I WILL FIND MY TRUE PURPOSE. Enhanced Multiplayer. An acclaimed experience goes one step further with all-new modes, maps, characters, and abilities. Deadlier Than Ever. Unleash new weapons and skills, including hookblade attacks and bombcrafting skills.

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Assassin's Creed: Revelations Featured Review

Assassin's Creed: Revelations Review by: legacyme3 - 5.5/10

Assassins Creed Revelations - Not a Good Review, Ezio
Assassins Creed Revelations represents kind of a negative in the series, if I'm being honest. The last game in the Ezio trilogy (2 and Brotherhood being the others) has a lot of points where it shines, such as in its storytelling, and connecting 2 to 3 (same with Brotherhood), but it also has a lot of shortcomings, in how lazily it is presented, and how rushed the whole game feels.

You do not get any out of Animus scenes, as Desmond is in a coma throughout the game, and we get very little insight into more of Desmond's character development. This game is primarily about Ezio, and what he hopes to accomplish.

So where does AC:R fit, within the scale? Is it as great, for example, as 2, which to this point is the clear gold standard for the series? Or is it as repetitive as the first game, without the fallback excuse of "it's the first game in the series"?

Graphics - 7

Same shit, different day. The game brings very little to the series graphically, as the same old models seem recycled, with the exception of Ezio's, which seems a bit smaller? Would make sense, since he's supposed to have aged, dramatically. There are a few visually pleasing set pieces, but you are unlikely to really be paying attention on them, so it's kind of wasted effort.

But where this game fails is that they don't try anything truly new. Most things seem straight copy pasted, and as such, a lot of this review could be copy pasted from someone's Brotherhood review.

So why a 7? The game does a great job of recreating things, as they usually do. The churches and citadels in the game (based off real-world places) are extremely accurate, as far as I can tell, and a lot of care is taken in these things that history buffs will appreciate.

Sound - 7

Much like with the graphics, the game just hasn't changed, so there's no incentive to really give any points out here. The music tracks kind of run together, and feels so much like previous games, that you'll probably like it more if you just treat Revelations as a continuance of Brotherhood. As a separate game, it just doesn't really bring anything to the table.

The voice acting, as always, is probably the highlight of Assassins Creeds' soundboard, and it shows. Roger Craig Smith reprises the role of Ezio one last time, and he knocks it out of the park, accurately depicting Ezio's aging body.

Addictiveness - 4

I'm going to be honest, I almost stopped playing the series with this game, because it just stopped being fun. It took me a long time to complete, not because it was hard, or a long game, but the gameplay just felt so stale and boring, that I just had to keep putting it down to find something more mentally challenging.

A lot of this comes back to what I've been saying, it feels like a straight copy paste of Brotherhood. The online play (I'm not even sure it's still up, if not, dock a point or two, depending on how important that is) wasn't terrible when it was live, but if you played Brotherhood, you've basically already played it.

The biggest gripe I have with Revelations, and how it fits into the AC series, is they almost did too good of a job making you feel like an old man, and while realism is appreciated, it just doesn't make for a fun game. Add in a story-line that you can honestly just ignore, and you'll see a lot of people skipping Revelations to play 3, something that also generally does not come recommended.

Maybe I'm being too serious about a game that is literally came out only 5 years ago, and giving it too critical a review, based on what we know now about the series (that it gets better, 4 and Syndicate are apparently insanely good, but I'll get to those games too eventually). In my opinion, though, this game is very easily skipped, unless you desperately need an AC game and you haven't played this one.

Depth - 5

Say what one will about the game, it doesn't lack for things to do. While the least in depth game in the series, it still clogs you with tons of busy work that will keep you active if your goal is 100% completion. Why you would shoot for 100% completion, I know not, but still, the option exists.

A lot of the game's depth comes in the form of seizing citadels, and they all get kind of samey, especially late in the game. Many are tied into story missions, but as I recall, most are not. They help you uncover more things to do, but again, just busy work.

If you like said busy work, you'll probably enjoy this game, but I like a little more flavor with my steak, and I like steak the same way I like video games, well done. This game feels very rare at times, and just lacking in any real substance. A must play for those seeking a very specific flavor, but a must skip for people who like good games.

Story - 6

You are Desmond Miles, you are in a coma. You need to get through the Animus's "Black Room" in an attempt to piece together Desmond's mind (basically it exploded because he was forced to kill Lucy at the end of the last game). There's a couple catches though. Subject Sixteen, who has been trapped here forever, desperately wants to leave, and at multiple times teases taking Desmond's body.

Essentially the plot is "Remember shit about Ezio and Altair, so that Desmond's personality can be separated from theirs, and the animus can differentiate the two". It sounds complex, but it's a bit of Deus Ex Machina no doubt intentionally done by the devs to squeeze money out of fans expecting a good game.

As Ezio, you travel to the usual historic locales, and fight historic, real bad guys, and it culminates in another bit of Deus Ex Machina, where Ezio talks directly to Desmond, somehow knowing he is there.

It's a skippable bit of story, but if you watch it all the way through, you'll emerge with a better understanding of the core of [s]Deus Ex Machina[/s] Assassins Creed.

Difficulty - 2?

Like it's not hard, but it almost got me to quit the AC series, which would have been a true shame. It's literally the same as every other game. If you didn't find the others hard, this will be no harder.

GRADING FOR ASSASSINS CREED REVELATIONS
Graphics - 10% (10% of 7 is .7)
Sound - 10% (10% of 7 is .7)
Addictiveness - 35% (35% of 4 is 1.4)
Depth - 20% (20% of 5 is 1)
Story - 25% (25% of 6 is 1.5)
Difficulty - 0% (0% of 2 is 0)
Total - 5.3

Bonus Points - I'll give a couple bonus points, just because I pity who worked on this game, and they've brought such good games in the past. Don't get used to it.

Overall - 5.5

The game fails to be captivating, and worst of all, it fails to be fun. Ezio's last story might be a point of contention, since most will want to know how we get from Brotherhood to 3, but honestly, you could probably make up your own story and it would make more sense, thematically.

Watch a quick Let's Play, read a Synopsis. But do not play this game.

EDIT - I made a mistake in my maths. The depth was originally given .5 points when it should have been given 1. The total was raised, and the bonus points were nerfed a tad. The overall rises from a 5 to a 5.5
  Graphics 7   Sound 7   Addictive 4   Depth 5   Story 6   Difficulty 2

Assassin's Creed: Revelations Reviews

Overall 7.6    Graphics 7.5    Sound 8.5    Addictive 7    Story 8    Depth 7.5    Difficulty 2


5.5
Assassins Creed Revelations - Not a Good Review, Ezio   legacyme3
Assassins Creed Revelations represents kind of a negative in the series, if I'm being honest. The la...
  Graphics 7   Sound 7   Addictive 4   Story 6   Depth 5   Difficulty 2

      Review Rating: 4.7/5     Submitted: 01-27-17     Updated: 01-29-17     Review Replies: 0

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Assassins Creed Revelations   mlb789
   The Assassins Creed series is one of Ubisoft's most popular gaming series for the main ...
  Graphics 8   Sound 10   Addictive 10   Story 10   Depth 10   Difficulty 2

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 07-01-12     Review Replies: 6

Assassin's Creed: Revelations Cheat Codes

UNLOCKABLES

Animus Data Fragment Unlockables

The following are things that are unlocked as you collect more and more Animus Data Fragments in the game.

"Capped" trophy/achievement Collect 100 Fragments
Animus Data Fragments appear on Map Collect 50 Fragments
Desmond Memory Sequence 1 Collect 5 Fragments
Desmond Memory Sequence 2 Collect 10 Fragments
Desmond Memory Sequence 3 Collect 15 Fragments
Desmond Memory Sequence 4 Collect 20 Fragments
Desmond Memory Sequence 5 Collect 30 Fragments
Ishak Pasha's Memoir Pages appear on Map Collect 25 Fragments

Multiplayer Character

Play as the Courtesan in multiplayer by reaching level 50 in Assassin's Creed Brotherhood multiplayer.

Courtesan (Multiplayer) Reach level 40 in AC: Brotherhood multiplayer

Unlockables

Get 100% completion on given sequences.

Buns of Steel Complete sequence 02 with 100% synch
Calling all assassins Complete sequence 05 with 100% synch
Desmond Complete all 5 of Desmond's Sequences.
Infinite ammunition Complete sequence 07 with 100% synch
Ishak's armour collect all 10 ishak pages in the game
Killing spree Complete sequence 03 with 100% synch
Permanent secrecy Complete sequence 06 with 100% synch
The old eagle Complete sequence 08 with 100% synch
Ultimate guild Complete sequence 04 with 100% synch

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TROPHIES

Multiplayer Character Pack Trophies

Pirate's Bravery Use the Bodyguard against your pursuer as The Privateer (Multiplayer). Silver
Stopped Dead Obtain 3 Hidden Gun kills during a session of Steal The Artifact as The Corsair (Multiplayer). Bronze
The Juggernaut Perform 3 kills using the Charge as The Gladiator (Multiplayer). Bronze
The Vulture Obtain 5 Ground Finish bonuses in Manhunt during a session as The Brigand (Multiplayer). Bronze

Multiplayer Map Pack Trophies

Carnival Stay blended for 3 minutes during a Wanted session in Siena (Multiplayer). Bronze
Restrained Violence Obtain 5 Kill Assist bonuses during a session of any Team Mode in Dyers (Multiplayer). Bronze
Straw Hat Perform 2 kills from haystacks during a session in San Donato (Multiplayer). Silver
The Spice of Life Obtain 2 Variety bonuses during a session in Firenze (Multiplayer). Silver
Up and Down Perform 5 Leaps of Faith during a session of Assassinate in Imperial District (Multiplayer). Bronze
Wild Rage Perform 3 Stuns without dying in Jerusalem (Multiplayer). Silver

Trophies

There are 32 Bronze Trophies, 16 Silver Trophies, 1 Gold Trophy, and 1 Platinum Trophy.

A Friend Indeed Complete all Faction Creed Challenges from a single faction. Bronze
Achiever Complete a Challenge (Multiplayer). Bronze
Almost flying Parachute directly from the top of the Galata Tower to the golden horn. Bronze
Are You Desmond Miles? Complete Desmond Sequence 5. Bronze
Armchair General Control all cities (except Rhodes) simultaneously in the Mediterranian Defense game. Bronze
Best Served Cold Complete DNA Sequence 1. Silver
Bully Find and beat up Duccio. Bronze
Capped Collect all animus data fragments. Bronze
Craft Maniac Craft 30 bombs. Bronze
Escape To New York Complete Desmond Sequence 3. Bronze
Explorer Finish a session of each game mode (Multiplayer). Silver
Fast Fingers Loot 50 dead guards with thief looting. Bronze
Fond Memories Achieve 100% Synchronization in all Sequences. Silver
Holy Wisdom Complete the Hagia Sofia challenge level. Silver
I can see you Kill 5 guards while under the cover of a smoke screen bomb. Bronze
Iron Curtain Perform a perfect den defense without using the cannon. Bronze
Istanbul and Constantinople Complete DNA Sequence 2. Silver
Lightning Strikes Kill 5 guards in 5 seconds using only your hidden blades. Bronze
Looking Good Customize a PERSONA (Multiplayer). Bronze
Make the Headlines Obtain 13 different Accolades (Multiplayer). Silver
Mastering the Art Earn the INCOGNITO bonus (Multiplayer). Silver
Monster's dance Have a guard incapacitate 3 civilians while he's poisoned. Bronze
Mosh Pit Have 10 guards poisoned at the same time. Bronze
Mouse Trap Kill 5 guards with a scaffold after they have been stunned by caltrops. Bronze
My Protégé Have one trainee reach the rank of Master Assassin. Bronze
Old Boss, New Boss Complete DNA Sequence 7. Silver
Overkiller Assassinate 50 guards with the hidden blade. Bronze
Priorities Complete DNA Sequence 8. Silver
Pyromaniac Complete all Bomb Missions. Bronze
Revelations Complete DNA Sequence 9. Gold
Sage Collect all available books. Bronze
Seal the Deal Complete DNA Sequence 3. Silver
Show-Off Parachute onto a zipline. Bronze
Silent but deadly Kill three guards simultaneously with only throwing knives. Bronze
Spider Assassin Climb Hagia Sofia, from the ground to the pinnacle, in under 25 seconds. Bronze
Successes and Failures Complete DNA Sequence 6. Silver
Tactician Score at least 2505 points in a session (Multiplayer). Silver
Tax Evasion Get your money back from a Templar tax collector. Bronze
The Conqueror Get Every Trophy Platinum
The Early Years Complete Desmond Sequence 1. Bronze
The Mentor Have seven trainees reach the rank of Master Assassin. Silver
The Plot Thickens Complete DNA Sequence 5. Silver
The Prince Complete DNA Sequence 4. Silver
The Reluctant Assassin Complete Desmond Sequence 2. Bronze
The Rotten Apple Complete Desmond Sequence 4. Bronze
The Way I Like It Edit your TEMPLAR PROFILE to change your title, emblem, and patron (Multiplayer). Bronze
There Is No I in Team Win a session of a team mode (Multiplayer). Bronze
Tools of the Templar Purchase your first ABILITY in the Abstergo Store (Multiplayer). Bronze
True Templar Reach level 20 (Multiplayer). Silver
Worth A Thousand Words Collect all of Ishak Pasha's memoir pages. Bronze

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