Master assassin Ezio Auditore walks in the footsteps of his legendary mentor, Altaïr, on a journey of discovery and revelation. It is a perilous path – one that will take Ezio to Constantinople, the heart of the Ottoman Empire, where a growing army of Templars threatens to destabilize the region.

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"Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted!"

With years it is not only the maturity of which has received a boost with Ezio, unlike other middle-aged men, the age does not stop Ezio he is in better physical shape than ever. He climbs better and faster - although he still has not learned to throw sideways along the walls - and the battles unfolding now enormously more bloody and varied.

AC: Revelations brings you the latest tale of Ezio. New places and one extra story about Altair. One is amazed at how much better quality becomes after years goes in the AC games.

The positives of the game: Solid and varied gameplay, new fighting skills, great surroundings, better than its predecessors at all points.

The negative of the game: Same recipe as before, a lot of excess dill.

So my full scores for this game is - 8 / A tale that ends with Ezio

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"Nothing is True, Everything is Permitted!" With years it is not only the maturity of which has received a boost with Ezio, unlike other middle-aged men, the age does not stop Ezio he is in better physical shape than ever. He climbs better and faster - although he still has not learned to throw sideways along the walls - and the battles unfolding now enormously more bloody and varied. AC: Revelations brings you the latest tale of Ezio. New places and one extra story about Altair. One is amazed at…

Aug 10 2015 by Kark-Jocke