I felt this game was a suitable ending for Ezio's arc of the Assassin's Creed series. A lot of people whom may find the game play stale, may still get a kick out of this when playing through the action and exploration sequences of this game. It was definitely exciting whilst being dragged along by a rope trailing behind a carriage or going through hidden catacombs underneath Constantinople. The kill animations were revamped as expected, and was satisfying while killing/counter-killing the very "slow minded" AI's. The art sets and styles were amazing, to a point where you can just simply stare at the screen at times, as goes for the details for the weapons and the armor sets. The ability to play in both Altair's and Ezio's memories will expose players to even a greater depth in the already complicated storyline. The new additions to the game like the tower defense type, called the "den defense" was a welcome addition, as well as the introduction of the hook blade the variation of the hidden blade. Although it did not give quite the "oompf" factor the previous installment, Brotherhood did, it will definitely satisfy fans of this series, with its immersive story line, and well placed action sequences and cinematics.
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