If you enjoyed Assassin's Creed II, you will enjoy this as well. This time instead of the streets of Venice and Florence, you get to wander Rome and the Vatican. The graphics and game play are on a par with AC II. The storyline continues where AC II left off and is a good one, we find out what happens to Desmond as well as a Ezio. The sheer number of side quests you can do has been quadrupled per area in this one, if you want diversions from the main story. A new feature is being able to train a brotherhood of assassins and send them on missions for cash and experience, or simply use them when you're outnumbered in battle.
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This is just a warning to potential purchasers, this book contains only those Conan tales that have fallen into the public domain, so is far from complete.
You are better off getting either The Complete Conan Chronicles published by Gollancz or the three Del Rey volumes (The Coming of Conan of Cimmeria, The Bloody Crown of Conan & The Conquering Sword of Conan). These contain every Conan story written by Robert E. Howard, the Del Rey books in particular contain the most textually pure versions of the stories as well, restoring edits made over the years where possible.