London. 1868. The Industrial Revolution. An age of invention and prosperity, built on the backs of working class slaves. As gangster assassin Jacob Frye, you will recruit your gang to fight for justice on behalf of the oppressed working class. Lead the underworld to take back London in a visceral adventure filled with action, intrigue and brutal combat.

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Kark-Jocke says

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"Assassin's Creed Syndicate / Secrets that still not have been told"

London: Major General's hometown, there is a city that symbolizes the 1800s stronger than the heart of the British Empire. The place where Karl Marx, Charles Dickens and Charles Darwin changed our world in their respective area. Year Assassins Creed story takes us to London, where the turning point between the old and the new world happening.

Syndicate takes no chances. After perhaps a little disappointing Unity last year, it is clear that Ubisoft has focused on the worst choices and made the game more polished and completed.

Wake is the messy and chaotic Paris, and now they open and beautiful London to play through. There are more airy and easier to get around and now have all made many new toys as well.

In this playpen has now arrived transport in the form of horses with carriage and new opportunities to conduct missions. Ubisoft has put on a significant portion several gameplay mechanisms that make it more and more an open playpen. Certainly, there continue streamlined story and side quests, but some still see konjukterene of something unique on the horizon.

The positives of the game: Fun and entertaining, beautiful music, can play with two different characters, good game mechanics and a lot of new stuff you can use.

The negative of the game: Dare not something new, no multiplayer, cliché stereotypes, abandoned some of the history and some bugs here and there.

So my full scores for this game is - 8 / Exciting age!


Tallestdavid says

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amazing. just missing the good features of unity...

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