Ubisoft went overboard with Ezio Auditore character after this game.
Well it kinda revolves around the connections with the previous Assassin Altair and some apple as well and to what it means.
The game basically seems to follow the same type of mission structure as Brotherhood where you can acquire other Assassins to give you support when you need it. The best times with Revelations are the platforming sequences and the Assassination sequences but some take to long to get too.
Also the missions range from not that interesting to just dull and uninteresting. For example one you have to dress up and locate certain killers while playing some musical instrument. Also some of the later enemies can be tough to tackle as well. There's not much here that you didn't see before really.
The multiplayer well it's not my type of thing and it's also a bad thing considering the game is shorter than the 2 previous installments.
As usual very nice the theme is there and it's basically what you'd expect really.
I wouldn't say that long about under 15 hours and if you do enjoy multiplayer maybe a little longer but there' not much to come back to in the single player.
It's like a cash in really not one you need nesscary. It has it's moments but most of the missions are dull and uninspiring. If you loved Brother you might love this but if you only loved number 2 then you will be dissapointed in this. It's to short and lacks in items and stuff to do plus it is shorter by a long way than the previous games.
Overall Score 7.0