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Assassin's Creed Revelations

by Ubisoft
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)

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  • Platform:   Windows Vista / XP / 7
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 12 years and over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game

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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard | Format: Box
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  • ASIN: B004ZJ7RJY
  • Release Date: 2 Dec. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,315 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PC | Edition: Standard | Format: Box

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Assassin's Creed Revelations – Two Assassins, One Destiny

When a man has won all of his battles and defeated all of his enemies; what is left for him to achieve? Ezio Auditore must leave his life behind in search of answers, in search of the truth. In Assassin's Creed® Revelations, master assassin Ezio Auditore walks in the footsteps of the 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.

In addition to the culmination of Ezio's award-winning story, a refined and expanded online multiplayer experience returns with new and additional modes, maps, and characters, allowing you to test your slaying skills against others from around the world.

Key Game Features

Become Deadlier Than Ever — Wield the lethal skills of a wiser, more efficient and deadlier Ezio. Swiftly eliminate your adversaries by deploying a new arsenal of weapons and abilities, such as enhanced free-running and hookblade combat. Experience new levels of gameplay customization with bomb crafting, and use heightened Eagle Sense to vanquish your enemies and the environment.

Customize Your Attack — Ezio has mastered the use of explosives and can now combine materials from the world to create a variety of bombs to serve a multitude of functions. Choose from different categories of bombs, including; lethal, tactical and diversion.

  • Need to distract a guard? Use a non-lethal Cherry Bomb to create a diversion.

  • Crushed by a crowd? Use a Blood Bomb to clear the area for a quick getaway.

  • Time to make the kill? Use a Splinter Bomb with a brittle casing that explodes on impact to create deadly consequences.

Herald The Return Of A Legend — Experience the return of
Altaïr, the hero of the original Assassin's Creed, as a playable

Test Your Skills Against The Best — A critically acclaimed multiplayer experience gets even better, with all-new team modes and infinite replay value.

Journey To Constantinople — Explore the vibrant and exotic Constantinople, the crossroads of the 16th Century Ottoman Empire and the intersection of two legends of their times, Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad and Ezio Auditore da Firenze. This vast city provides more diverse environments than ever before encountered, enabling faster travel via zipline, aerial assaults, travel by sea and more.

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Satisfying Conclusion for Ezio and Altair 2 Dec. 2011
By Bronn
Access Method:Box|Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
First off, the draconian DRM Ubisoft employed in previous games has gone. All that is left
is a one-time online activation for the game which is very reasonable, and what numerous other
titles also employ. If your connection cuts out during gameplay you won't get kicked out of the
game, you just carry on how you should. You can also enable offline mode from within the Ubi
launcher. The reason why the Ubisoft Game Launcher still exists is because the game has uPlay
achievements and rewards tied into this thing, as well as save game synching and automatic updates
and patches so it's not going away anytime soon. Now that the DRM has been toned down its unobtrusive.

Performance wise the game is excellent after the 1.01 update. Just like previous releases expect
a nice clean look, detailed textures and environments and just a big step up from the consoles.
Constantinople is a beautiful place to look at and has some brilliant views in store for you.
The character faces esepcially look much better, some reviews were saying this game is showing
signs of ageing but i disagree completley, if you want to see ageing look at Modern Warfare 3.

Gameplay wise nothing has changed much, there is a new hookblade with ziplines around the city to
speed up navigation, a few new kill animations, auto-walking when blended, master assassin missions,
better camera angles, some great platforming pieces, improved eagle sense, stalkers which randomly
attack you, plus a few other minor things but at its core its still the Assassin's Creed we know.

Having said that there are a couple of major new features, bomb crafting and den defense being the
big ones.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars a few tweaks and its a masterpiece 14 Jan. 2012
By faisal
Access Method:Box|Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
The game is, quite frankly, amazing.
Visually its beautiful - free running is as fluent and fun as its ever been.
Plenty of missions to keep you busy.
HUGE improvement from Brotherhood.
Rank 2 on my games of '11.
This game is a must have it really, truly is incredible.
The cities are amazing, the tombs are breathtaking!
Even the music is great.
BUT it's a port (So what?) Bit glitchy at times but it clears up fine. Havent had a go at multiplayer and i dont really intend on if i'm honest unlesss it means i unlock those outfits.
U-Play is a slight pain in the ass but its fine.
I'm finding combat a bit more hard and intense and i'm actually dying for once occasionally which gives a nice change.
Bit fiddly on the keyboard but after a while you get used to it.
I couldn't stop playing it is a really great game. 9.5/10
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By Benminx
Access Method:Box|Platform for Display:PC|Edition:Standard
I played Revelations with a small amount of cynicism. My approach was much that although I'd enjoyed AC2 and Brotherhood, I was probably just in for more Assassins V Templars story excuses and a lot of stabbing. The direction that the story initially took didn't improve my faith, as it looked like an excuse to backtrack down story paths taken before. However, it rapidly changed my mind, and evolved into the richest experience to date.
The combat and movement are both excellent, and remain extremely enjoyable. The series has also advanced to include a base-defence sub-game. While fun, this is overly difficult and entirely unnecessary to the story. The 'Mediterranean Defence' sub game of sending your Assassin recruits off on missions also seems to affect the game world little, apart from allowing you to reap income and level up the gratifying back-up that you can call on sometimes in tough fights.
The game has also become a little too overcomplicated: - The addition of the 'hook-blade' adds little to a pre-existing ability for Ezio to jump higher than normal that was granted in Brotherhood, and an option to jump over attackers that I forgot about for 95% of the game. Also if you followed all of the optional paths, from opening up viewing points, taking over Templar Dens, opening derelict shops, collecting books, running Master Assassin missions etc, you'd probably get about 30 hours of gameplay out of it, but I found myself yearning for a more structured path, so I went back to the story.
I'm glad I did. The characters are richly scripted to feel like rounded, interesting and likeable people, and voice acted extremely well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars relvelations.. the game is not perfect 10 Jun. 2013
Access Method:Box| Platform for Display:PC| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
OK let me tell you that game is not perfect and it not as good as the previous assassins creed. I have to say that story wise I have some hard time to get into it. Because I like the franchise I decide to persist a bit.

My favourite character Altair is back but have not much play time (BTW it is where I started to get interested in the game). You are controlling an ageing Ezio who making fun of his age and difficulties to get the things done as he used to do. The game is far less developed than previous instalment for me.

OK you have 2 or 3 novelties but really there are not ground breaking ideas as it used to be on AC2 and ACB. One of the aspect I missed the most is the creed aspect of the game. It's like you try to re-establish a creed which lost its way but at the end not much has been done about it. Ok that the bad bit gone here the good bit (more or less).

The DRM is gone and that's very good. The story is not at the level of the previous games but it is still OK and you have the possibility to control 3 main characters (even if Ezio is the one you control the most). Which in a way is a good idea but badly exploited, as I do believe that every character you controlled should have a much important impact on the story.

The mechanism of the game has been refined and even if you are a not a fan of controlling an ageing Ezio, the tools his using are appropriate to his physical aptitude.

The game is good to buy as long as you don't buy it for more than £5.
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