From the storming of the Bastille to the execution of King Louis XVI, experience Paris during the French Revolution as never before - and help the people of France carve an entirely new destiny.

Kark-Jocke says

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"Assassin's Creed: Unity is not entirely problem-free"

After two Assassin's Creed chapters on the American continent, it is time to put everything pirate ships, George Washington and frustrated Indians to do aside. With Assassin's Creed: Unity drag Ubisoft us back across the pond to the French capital Paris, and at the end of the 1700s.

Assassin this time named "Arno Victor Dorian", a guy of noble rank who grow up right beside the royal palace in Versailles. The game gives you the opportunity to explore the whole Paris. The game gives a whole new story, with many new different equipment and for the first time "Multiplayer tasked with friends" so you have opportunities to do side missions with friends online.

The positives of the game: Striking reconstruction of revolutionary days in Paris, a lot of new uniform choice, challenging combat system, freer mission structure and greater sneak focus, sometimes very exciting, entertaining cooperative mode.

The negative of the game: Horrible clumsy control, can not use the two swords or two guns anymore, struggling to engage well the first few hours, technical issues, the story seems little ambitious.

So my full scores for this game is - 6 / Good game but has some bugs and errors.

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