I've been playing the Assassins Creed series from the beginning. I started a little over a year ago and I'm currently playing through Unity. So far here are my rankings from 1-10
Assassin's Creed: 6/10 – Game was a good introduction to the series. It was short but sweet and layed out the groundwork for the many AC games to come.
Assassin's Creed 2: 8.5/10 – Improved upon AC 1 in every way. Introduced Ezio Auditore. Nuff said.
Assasin's Creed Brotherhood: 9.5/10: I absolutely loved this game. It had everything. Great story, combat, likeable and relatable characters, impressive unlockables, just a great game overall.
Assassin's Creed Revelations: 8.5/10: This felt like a little bit of a downgrade coming from Brotherhood. I felt bad when Ezio's story ended. Some of the mini-games I didn't care for. It was still a great game and followed the formula of AC Brotherhood, but with some mini-games I didn't really care for.
Assassin's Creed 3: 7/10: This one had the slowest start out of all the games. I didn't really like Connor all the much. The American Revolution time period felt like it was a missed opportunity. It got a lot better towards the end when I could finally explore and collect/unlock things. It was a good game overall, but it felt like a step back from previous titles.
Assassin's Creed Liberation: Didn't play – can't comment. I've read it was forgettable at best.
Assassin's Creed Black Flag: 9/10: Loved the setting and pirates theme. It didn't really feel like an AC game but the game was great or what it was. Pirates, Ships, Collectibles, Forts, Underwater adventures, it had everything. The only gripe I had about this game was the story missions. It was mostly tail and eaves drop which got very repetitive. The DLC was also very fun. I think I put the most amount of time in this game than any other.
Assassin's Creed Rogue: 8/10: It was basically a shorter version of Black Flag. Some minor improvements here and there. The story was good but I was a bit let down how short the game was. I was also feeling a bit burned out by it following the Black Flag formula, maybe didn't enjoy it as much as I should have.
Assassin's Creed Unity: 8/10: Playing through it now. The story is confusing but the game-play more than makes up for it. Lots of small bugs here and there. So many collectibles and I enjoy the Coop missions. The graphics are amazing for a 2014 title. I really enjoy the skills and different types of armor you can buy and collect. I'm a HUGE RPG fan so this is a big plus to me.
I'm really excited to get into Syndicate and Origins soon. I've read Syndicate if more or less the same as Unity. It's been a long journey but every AC game I've played so far has been a lot of fun and it's been a long journey. Ubisoft games get a lot of hate for being repetitive or following the same formula, but that's why I like them. In my opinion, the formula works so I'm more than happy to play through them all. I'm also a huge fan of the Far Cry series. What is everyone's rating of each AC game?
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