An extremely well made game, with stunning gameplay and a story that sucks you right in.

Assassin's Creed has a deep story, which just sucks you in. It is well written and has strong characters, good conversations and a lot of action. The only bad thing is the ending, because it was a little confusing.

From story to graphics, in the game you'll play in a huge world that is beautiful and alive. The level of detail is just astonishing, and it can be so gorgeous that you'll stand and look at it for a long time. But to run Assassin's Creed, you'll have to pass the high system requirements. But if you're planning on upgrading for Assassin's Creed, it's definitely worth it.

The gameplay is just pure fun. Running around on rooftops while being chased by guards is a lot of fun. Combat is just as good. You have four weapon to your disposal: Throwing knives, hidden blade, sword and your fists. It is simple combat, but challenging. As you progress through the game, you'll get more abilities to use in and out of combat.

The sound effects in Assassin's Creed is superb, and the music is beautiful. This makes the game feel more alive and real.

One thing that is outstanding in this game is the game camera. It is just perfect, because you can steer it freely. Even in cinematic you can place it where you want it to be.

Overall Assassin's Creed is one of the best looking games up-to-date. The only bad thing about this is the high system requirements. The game camera is almost perfect, gameplay is fun and the music an sound effects are great. The story in Assassin's Creed is great, and it tells a deep story that just sucks you in.