The codex edition is simply the most complete edition. Love the two exclusive multiplayer characters. The codex is simply awesome, of really good quality.
The single player is good, but the story is not as good as AC2 and feels somewhat repetitive.
The multiplayer is excellent, with lots of different types of games and maps. Only, most people approach it as if it's COD, which i guess is kind of sad for everyone
All the extras you get buying the codex edition is top quality, not to keen on the character cards though lol?
But the graphics in game could of been better compared to most games that came out recently
Multiplayer looks good just got to wait for them to improve their servers, keep getting disconnected which happens in any new multiplayer game, just give it a few weeks
over all great buy! never think back of buying just the standard game :)
Best thing in this box is the journal, looks quite expensive
Brotherhood manages to combine old and new elements with skill and imagination while adding, for the first time, a potentially fascinating multiplayer component. All the action is now set in Rome, rather than the three distinctive city architectures of the previous game. And indeed, things do start slowly, with the Siege of Monteriggioni lulling you into a false sense of security as you get used to new abilities, from being able to ride horses, to two-handed combat against enemies that will happily gang up on you rather than waiting politely for their turn.
Limited Codex edition provided all the DLC's that are already out on XBox 360 and PS3. For AC fan's, it would be a great buy.