17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on 2 April 2012
With all the dlc bundled into this version, this saves you alot of money compared to buying it through the xbox marketplace. The game itself is just what you would expect from the assassin's creed series. The new setting for this game, Constantinople, is visually impressive. However, the graphics seem to have degraded slightly from the previous installments. I don't know whether this is due to the increased number of features or short production period; either way it is a minor fault. There are new features such as bombs, the hookblade and new multiplayer modes; most of which are a welcome addition. Although the bombs are fun, they often make fights annoying and complicated, which slightly reduces the appeal of the combat system. Overall I would give this game a 9/10. The setting is brilliant, the story following Ezio and Altair is interesting, and the new features keep the series fresh. If you have yet to pick the game up then this addition will save you around £10 with all of the add-on content.
on 5 August 2013
not had the chance to redeem any of the codes yet but i'm sure they all work. Game was sealed in a sleave which also had its own extra seal with, 3 redeem codes inside for maps etc and 1 inside the game box for the multiplayer.
not had chance to play it yet, but i've played it before and it's a top notch game improving on the older games, and still not to complex that you can't just pick it up and start having fun. My first real buy off amazon and my eyes are ready for many, many days of fun. With all the addons from live, you get this cheaper than you do off the network plus you get a copy of the game too. 10/10 - Can't wait to catch up on the story again. Good Singleplayer & once mastered the multiplayer can bring a new lease of life and many more hours of great game play. If you haven't played since the origonal game this one is probably my favourite. Peace.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 25 November 2012
I think AC Revelations might have been a little easier than its predecessor AC Brotherhood. But the protagonist, aging assassin Ezio Auditore, was more thoughtful and nuanced, and the storyline (with flashbacks to the original assassin Altair) was fascinating.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 23 March 2013
Not a review, just a fast heads-up for those who, like me, wanted the complete experience out of a game.
In this Ottoman Edition the downloadable contents (DLCs and Uplay code) comes in papers, not on disk, so I suggest not to buy a used game. I repeat DON'T BUY A USED VERSION, otherwise you might not find the 3 DLCs and Uplay multiplayer codes. Obviously you must have an online connection to download everything, but nowadays...