Assassin’s Creed III Review: Freedom To The Colonies

Assassin’s Creed III heralds the American Revolution into a whole new paradigm of great action adventure of historical importance and moreover decoration. Assassin’s Creed III brings a new engine with the same level of excitement from the established franchise formula of parkour, gut-slashing camera angles, a solid economic system, and lastly open-world exploration that is invigoratingly fresh and just as refined as ever. Assassin’s Creed III delivers a level of realism and a type of fantasy world in the Revolutionary War that history buffs and people in general can appreciate in terms of authentic combination of history with unparalleled action.

Musket smoke is in the air in 1775 and turmoil where the independence of the 13 colonies against the British is at an all-time high. You play Connor, a Native American assassin who fights to protect his land and people caught between a colonization effort of the Americans and the British at the cost of his own people. Assassin’s Creed III utilizes a dynamic storyline element of not just historical realism, but also this in-between style of being a Native American caught in between the struggle of losing land – creating a style of storyline that is complex and simplistically stylish. Throughout Assassin’s Creed III, it is your job to fight for your people and restore some order to the chaos amidst the American Revolutionary War.

Assassin’s Creed III’s exploration open-world adventure is bigger than the map of Brotherhood and Revelations. The exploration of the Americas during this time is a beautiful one from seasonal hillsides to temperate forests and historical landmarks. Assassin’s Creed III introduces newer combat type moves and noticeably dual-wielding of weapons as a new feature, but something more streamlined includes the feature of naval warfare. Not only are there set-pieces set to naval warfare, there are many more surprises included in the parkour adventure of a new type of environment different from the Italian environments of the previous titles. In addition, players can enter an entire battlefield which is way more of a grounded environment than anything previous titles had to offer in terms of real-world displays from notable battles such as the Battle of Bunker Hill and more. Assassin’s Creed III is definitely historically one of the most reprising titles that offers players authentic historical elements with true excitement of a continuing storyline that is cohesive and present.

Assassin’s Creed III multiplayer is based on Abstergo’s entertainment gaming console design rather than previous Abstergo Agent training simulations of the past titles. It seems that players can now finally do cooperative gameplay modes such as Wolfpack which allows players to kill a specified number of NPC targets in a 25-round match. It is definitely exciting to see newer elements of the multiplayer and ones which take the formula that made the last multiplayer designs so successful and add to it in a meaningful way that includes the Americas, more abilities per character types, and also the traditional game modes found in the previous titles. While we would have liked to see more depth in terms of the multiplayer element, Assassin’s Creed III delivers in terms of the multiplayer excitement element that makes the game very solid in terms of its foundational offering.

Assassin’s Creed III is undoubtedly a game which takes a new engine, and an established formula and just takes it a step further with an excellent storyline that is undeniably more exciting than former storylines. It is based in historical relevance whereas past titles were based relatively loosely on events of Italian conquest. Assassin’s Creed III also adds newer gameplay changes that are welcome additions to the franchise and only adds to further action adventure. Join the Revolutionary War soon and fight for your freedom.

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