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Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag

by Ubisoft
 Ages 18 and Over
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (280 customer reviews)

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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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Platform: PlayStation3 | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B00BMRR65M
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 100 g
  • Release Date: 29 Oct 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (280 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 355 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard Edition

Exclusively for the PlayStation 3:

Aveline, the first leading female Assassin who headlined Assassin’s Creed III Liberation on the Sony PlayStation Vita system, returns in Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag with three missions exclusively on PS3.

The year is 1715. Pirates rule the Caribbean and have established their own lawless Republic where corruption, greediness and cruelty are commonplace.

Among these outlaws is a brash young captain named Edward Kenway. His fight for glory has earned him the respect of legends like Blackbeard, but also drawn him into the ancient war between Assassins and Templars, a war that may destroy everything the pirates have built.

Welcome to the Golden Age of Piracy.

Key Features

  • A BRASH REBEL ASSASSIN – Become Edward Kenway, a charismatic yet brutal pirate captain, trained by Assassins. Edward can effortlessly switch between the Hidden Blade of the Assassin’s Order and all new weaponry including four flintlock pistols and dual cutlass swords.
  • EXPLORE AN OPEN WORLD FILLED WITH OPPORTUNITIES – Discover the largest and most diverse Assassin’s Creed world ever created. From Kingston to Nassau, explore over 75 unique locations where you can live the life of a pirate including:
    - Loot underwater shipwrecks
    - Assassinate Templars in blossoming cities
    - Hunt for rare animals in untamed jungles
    - Search for treasure in lost ruins
    - Escape to hidden coves
  • BECOME THE MOST FEARED PIRATE IN THE CARIBBEAN – Command your ship, the Jackdaw, and strike fear in all who see her. Plunder and pillage to upgrade the Jackdaw with ammunition and equipment needed to fight off enemy ships. The ship’s improvements are critical to Edward’s progression through the game. Attack and seamlessly board massive galleons, recruit sailors to join your crew and embark on an epic and infamous adventure.
  • EXPERIENCE THE GRITTY REALITY BEHIND THE PIRATE FANTASY – Stand amongst legendary names such as Blackbeard, Calico Jack and Benjamin Hornigold, as you establish a lawless Republic in the Bahamas and relive the truly explosive events that defined the Golden Age of Piracy.
  • THE BEST ASSASSIN’S CREED MULTIPLAYER EXPERIENCE TO DATE - Put your assassination skills to test and embark on an online journey throughout the Caribbean. Discover a brand new set of pirate characters, and explore exotic and colourful locations. Additionally, create your own game experience with the new Game Lab feature – craft your own multiplayer mode by choosing abilities, rules and bonuses. Play and share your newly created mode with your friends.

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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent game from Ubisoft once again! 4 Nov 2013
Platform for Display:PlayStation3|Edition:Standard Edition
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I am a huge fan of the Assassins Creed franchise and have purchased all of their games, completing each one in their entirety. Black Flag has certainly added to the franchise with a much larger map and the alternative plain of the Caribbean seas for your assassin to master. The changing climate and varying size/ability of foes on the sea creates a more enjoyable arena than the frontier of Assassins Creed 3.

The storey line has the usual twist and turns to capture audiences, but I have yet to complete the storey as I have been distracted by hidden coves and treasure chests on the various islands I have stopped at. There also seems to be a wider range of side missions compared to other AC games.

Fighting style is unique in comparison to other assassins as Edward has a more swashbuckling cavalier approach which makes him similar to Connor in his unorthodox movements. The duel pistols and swords works really well, allowing you to create some excellent fighting cinematics.

As to be expected from Ubisoft - another great.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Return To Form For The Creed 6 Nov 2013
Platform for Display:PlayStation3| Edition:Standard Edition|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Avast ye scurvy land lubbing matey dogs, etc, etc.... If this game doesn't leave you talking like a pirate I don't know what would!

Assassin's Creed IV transports you into the world of 18th century pirates with a cast of colourful characters, stunning graphics and engaging game play. There have been a succession of rubbish pirate games released on the PS3 but finally here is one that really nails the whole genre and beats all competition hands down.

Having played through the whole series I was hugely dissapointed by Assassin's Creed III which seemed an ill conceived, poorly researched game, full of graphics bugs and a very restrictive campaign. It seems like Ubisoft have taken note of these failings and improved on them in every way. So much attention is paid to consumer critisicm that this new game comes with an option to vote for what you think of each chapter - presumably with further game improvements in mind.

In Assassin's Creed IV you play Edward Kenway, a novice pirate who learns the trade from the ground up. His connection to the Assassin's of previous games is tenuous, but this gives the game a fresh new feel. For the first time you are out for yourself, aiming to make your fortune on the high seas. More so even than any earlier game in the series this feels like a roleplaying game with a great deal of options as to how you want to play it.

The basic gameplay remains similar to earlier games with your character sneaking about in undergrowth and over rooftops, killing enemies by stealth or in open sword play. There are the usual collectables as well as many practical rewards to be found exploring the massively detailed and expansive environments.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Strothards review 31 Oct 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation3| Edition:Standard Edition|Verified Purchase
This is a fantastic entry to the franchise of Assassins Creed. As a fan of the second game, Brotherhood and Revelations, I was disappointed at the reviews of AC3. It sounded like it was too bloated, badly paced, and hugely flawed, but overall had some nice ideas. When I saw the trailer to AC4, I thought it looked amazing. I loved the Pirate setting, and knew this would make a huge change to the dynamics to AC games. Lo and behold, AC4 is an awesome game and I recommend it highly to fans and semi fans (like myself) of AC games.

I gave it a four instead of a five, because as always with these games, they are truly immersive with the exception of constant 'puzzle piece collecting' which in my opinion takes away some of the role playing aspect. But as this is a constant flow across the AC games, perhaps my rating of four out of five is what I would personally rate all the top games in the series so far.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Refreshing ! 1 Nov 2013
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This is the best game of the franchise by far and it even surpasses ac2. It has the most diverse world and gameplay. This is a must have game !
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Well this is my first play of an Assassins Creed title, as, saw it on a new Gaming TV channel , being reviewed. I did use to own a 3D model French galleon of 40 guns, and my own pirate gang called "The Pearls", in Second life. This was bought really for Christmas 2014, but decided to give it a go to see it was alright :D hehe

So also being a Cptn Jack Sparrow fan, I liked the look of the game, and its many facets, from stalking guards in undergrowth, to sailing the high seas, hiring crew, and of course making booty.

In reality, for a beginner to Assassins Creed, controlling the character effectively, takes some practice, as to my mind a few wierd actions stick out like a sore thumb. When Running after a target, the character, is hard to keep just running on the ground, as he will often, just climb a porch or wall, when you want to run on the ground, I found this very frustrating, and changed tactics a bit, by using roof tops to keep sight of target, instead of using all sprints. I came upon my first bug early on, which was very disappointing, it concerns the first time you arrive in Havana, and your supposed to get to a church spire, and do something called "Synch", well I got to the top of spire, not realizing it was actually the wooden ledge that stuck out a bit, so I fell off. However, on trying to climb back up the church front again, I couldnt , other parts of scene were covered in mist saying memory not available, I tried all sorts of ways to get back to top of church, but the climb feature had disappeared. The only way to try again, was to restart the whole game all over again. The second time. It went normally, found the ledge, and did the synch, and so far so good.
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