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Assassin's Creed 3 (Xbox 360)(2CD)

Platform : Xbox 360
467 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • 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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  • Release Date: 31 Oct. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (467 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,052 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Assassin's Creed III is a third-person Action-Adventure game in which players take on the role of an assassin hunting remnants of the ancient Templar order, hiding in plain site against the backdrop of the American Revolutionary War. The game is the fifth overall release in the Assassin's Creed franchise and the first to include significant use of firearms. Features include: an all new assassin character, a link to the modern Desmond Miles character from earlier games, gameplay spread over decades, naval combat, Native American weapons, new physics, animation and weather systems, and intense multiplayer featuring new characters.

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A Revolution in Assassins

The American Colonies, 1775: A brave young warrior fights to save his homeland. But what begins as a struggle over territory turns into an extraordinary journey that will transform him into a master assassin - one that will forever change the destiny of a newborn nation.

Connor lying in wait for an unsuspecting red coat in Assassin's Creed III
Master a new assassin in a story set in the American Revolutionary War.
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You are Connor, warrior son of a Native American mother and British father. As the colonies draw closer to revolution, you will dedicate your life to the freedom of your clan, becoming the spark that ignites the revolution into a full blaze. Your crusade will lead you through blood-soaked battlefields and crowded city streets, to the perilous wilderness and stormy seas. You will not only witness history... you will make it. Set against the backdrop of one of the bloodiest Revolutions in world history, prepare to be drawn back into the centuries old battle between the Assassin’s Order and their sworn enemy, the Templars. Unleash lethal new skills and experience a stunningly realistic world created by Anvil Next, a new engine that redefines gaming. Welcome to an entirely new chapter in the Assassin’s Creed saga.

Key Game Features

  • A New Master Assassin - As Connor, a Native American assassin, unleash your predatory instincts to stalk your enemies and devastate them with new weapons including tomahawks, rope darts, firearms and more.
  • Ignite the Fires of Revolution - Fighting from Lexington to Bunker Hill, you are America's first highly trained master assassin. Incite the revolution by working behind the scenes alongside historical icons like George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and more.
  • Explore a Brave New World - Pursue your enemies through massive environments, from bustling city streets to blood-soaked battlefields, and into the far reaches of the American frontier.
  • Stunning New Design - Experience the power of Ubisoft-AnvilNext, the new engine designed for Assassin's Creed III. Revolutionary physics, animation and weather systems deliver unprecedented realism, while a whole new combat system delivers more intense, gut-wrenching battles than ever before.
  • Conquer the Seas - Take command of your own naval warship and send your enemies to a watery grave.
  • Intense Multiplayer - The acclaimed multiplayer system returns with a host of refinements, including all-new characters, maps and modes to deliver the most compelling online experience yet.

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Piloting a ship during a naval battle from Assassin's Creed III
Command of your own warship.
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Connor using the tree branches of the forest as a highway in Assassin's Creed III
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4.1 out of 5 stars

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85 of 96 people found the following review helpful By R. Thomas on 12 Nov. 2012
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The good:
- beautifully realised colonial America
- smooth freerunning
- satisfyingly vicious combat
- improved hiding mechanic

The bad:
- patchy control mapping
- unclear freerunning signposts
- awkward combat mapping

The ugly:
- boring protagonist
- contrived plot
- tutorial lasts 3-5 hours - way too long

Let's start with the great things about this game. If you want to stop reading after that, then you haven't got to wade through the numerous negatives to get here.

Improvements are pretty practical, and very welcome. The ability to crouch in long grass/bushes is long overdue, as is the ability to hover at the edge of a wall/surface for a kind of 3rd-person tactical view. Your assassin can also whistle whilst in hiding to distract guards away from key locations, and in general it all feels a bit more tactical than before.

Pre-Independence America is also absolutely gorgeous; wide sunlit roads in Boston, fields of grass glowing in the sunset, the vast, snow-filled frontier. This game looks amazing. Fling yourself from tree to tree (if you're like me, you're singing Monty Python's lumberjack song right now), branch to branch, cliff to cliff, in the most organic freerunning mechanic yet. It's also huge - a big sandbox playground to practice your parkour to your heart's content.

Combat is also satisfyingly visceral and punchy, though not without its flaws. We'll get to those later. In general, when it works, combat is a lot of fun and allows Connor to flow from one enemy to the next as a killing machine. Badassery, pure and simple. And a lot of fun.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. G. Moore on 2 Jan. 2014
AC 3 is a pointless game. It's not a bad game just there is no point to most things.

firstly, each mission has optional goals. but since these only seem to count towards a fully completion achievement and have no effect on the game it's pointless trying to do them. your not punished if you fail and no leveling up if you do complete them. Pointless.

firstly (a) also some times you fail an optional task before your even told what the optional task is/are. pointless.

Secondly, there are times when at the end of a cut scene you only walk (on rails) around a corner in the game for another cut scene to start up. what was the point of the little walk bit? just have one longer cut scene. it happens a lot. if not that then one cut scene ends only for a second to load up. Pointless.

Threely, the game looks good, sunny days in the woods, lovely. a nice stole down the docks. then why go to all the trouble to make the game world so nice to be in, if your then going to get pulled back to the present day to find power cubes? Pointless.

Fouthty, there is a bit where you can set up assassins to carry out missions in a sub game thing. i would have (and i'm sure it's possible )completed the game with out bothering with this if i had not stumbled on this feature seemingly by accident. if it's possible to complete a game while missing a whole segment of game play, you do have to ask if it had any point in the first place.

and Five. trading to get money? just buy beaver fur and sell that. no point bothering to make any of the other items when you can get roughly £9,000 every 15 minutes. makes the trading aspect of the game, yup you guessed it, Pointless.

it does make me wonder why i played it right to the end?
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By J. Smith on 30 Dec. 2012
Having previously played and loved the other games in the series, I looked forward to this as a shift from the norm but still keeping what made the others great...and it does this...eventually.

The main issue this game has is the horribly long hand holding tutorials. For anyone who's played the series before, having to play for almost 5 hours before they take off the stabilisers is incredibly tedious and I very nearly gave up as I was quite bored.

However once it lets go, the story comes to life, the action increases and the game becomes a quality entry that is well worth playing. Just keep with it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Massey on 2 Dec. 2013
Brought it played it and guess what i hate it

Now i did buy AC2 which was brilliant but this game is awful

Conner is very boring and not likeable

The free running system is messed up takes ages to run everywhere and the fast travel is wrong

The combat system is the worst one i have ever seen in a game - guards block your attacks and counters most of the time

Bugs are everywhere - if you want to complete this on 100% - it will be quiet diffcult

After buying this i have only played on it twice - it is by far the worst one in the AC series

Anyone giving this a 5 star rating - What this is the worst game I have ever played on the 360

Don't waste your money on this
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This game is rubbish. For a start, expect to spend the whole game with your nose pressed up against the tv screen as the text is so pitifully small t is almost impossible to read. (why is this becoming a popular thing on recent games? It is not a good thing). Secondly, the graphics are a mess, making the sequence very confusing and hard to focus on; the same goes for the colour contrast. The third problem is the combat. Unlike AC2, combat is slow and dull and goes back to the teeth-grinding irritating mechanics of combat in AC1 which means you have to be 110% accurate with timing if you are to counter-attack and even then the computer dictates who wins, even if in your gut you know you should have done. The fourth problem is the animus menu. You are not instructed how to read your emails, even after the onscreen indication has gone, so that proves annoying. The fifth problem is the waypoint system. Instead of being left to your own disgretion on where to climb, the game tells you, sucking the fun out of it. And, if you figure out how to turn this waypoint off, it still appears on the minimap, basically the game is being played for you. The first hour of the game is all cinematics with infrequent playability, not that the story lessens the bore. The characters have degenerated to Bethesda's level meaning they are cardboard boxes with smiley faces drawn on them and have been provided with equally banal dialogue. They spend half the time talking over one another as well.

I wish I had something good to say about this game, but it really is this bad. AC3 is a *massive* nosedive after AC2 which promise to turn the game around from the drastic first, but alas.
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