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Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (Platinum)

Released on 01 January 0001

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Live and breathe as Ezio, a legendary Master Assassin, in his enduring struggle against the powerful Templar Order. He must journey into Italy's greatest city, Rome, center of power, greed and corruption to strike at the heart of the enemy.

Defeating the corrupt tyrants entrenched there will require not only strength, but leadership, as Ezio commands an entire Brotherhood who will rally to his side. Only by working together can the Assassins defeat their mortal enemies.

And for the first time, introducing a never-before-seen multiplayer layer that allows you to choose from a wide range of unique characters, each with their own signature weapons and assassination techniques, and match your skills against other players from around the world.

It's time to join the Brotherhood

  • Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - Platinum Edition Includes:
  • PlayStation 3 Exclusive: The Copernicus Conspiracy missions (PSN connection required)
  • 2 New Solo Missions: The Aqueducts & The Trajan Market
  • 2 New Multiplayer Characters: The Harlequin & The Officer
  • 1 New Armour For Ezio: The Drachen Armour
  • Product Features:
  • Master the possibilities: As Ezio, a legendary Master Assassin, experience over 15 hours of single-player gameplay set in the living, breathing, unpredictable city of Rome
  • Lead a legendary brotherhood: Recruit and train promising young Assassins. Deploy them across the city as you see fit, or call upon them to aid you in your quests.
  • Experience a rich historical tapestry: Collaborate with real historical characters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Niccolo Machiavelli and Caterina Sforza
  • Win the heart of a city: Use your hard-won currency to revitalize the crumbling capital city. Rally the citizens to your cause and unlock extra factions and missions.
  • Deploy secret weapons: Swiftly eliminate your enemies using tools such as poison darts, parachutes, double hidden blades, hidden guns, and an advanced flying machine at your disposal
  • Memorable multiplayer: Choose from multiple authentic character classes, each with their own signature weapons and killing moves. With richly-detailed maps and a wide variety of unique multiplayer modes, you'll never fight the same way twice.

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 Average rating (17 reviews)

 Ezio is back with an agenda!

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AC Brotherhood picks up exactly where the second installment left off. As a gamer who truly enjoyed AC 2, I do consider this third chapter as a natural advance in the narrative. After the final confrontation between Ezio and his templar nemesis, Rodrigo Borgia, whose life was mercifully spared by Ezio in the second installment, the templar and his son Cesare Borgia mount a full scale attack on Ezio`s estate in Tuscany, razing the assassin`s villa and compelling him to travel to Rome, the hub of templar activity, in order to settle the score once and for all. Determined to visit justice upon Cesare, Ezio will have to carry out a number of missions throughout all 12 districts of Rome, which will bring him into contact with several characters from AC2 and new entries as well. In this respect, a remarkable introduction to the third chapter is the presence of twelve Borgia towers overseeing the districts, each representing Cesare`s control of the area. These lofty barbicans are guarded by one captain, whom you are required to assassinate in order to burn the building to the ground, and finally wrest control of the area from the enemy. These towers are very much a key element of the game because destructing them allows you to open up the area for business, and so renovate blacksmiths, tailors, banks, stables, which in turn will allow you to update your armour, weaponry, collect income, and so much more. But the real innovation of these towers is the fact that as you liberate districts, you will be able to recruit assassins as more citizens will then turn against the oppressor and decide to join your cause.

In terms of gameplay, mechanics have not changed much from the previous chapter. The bulk of missions is pretty similar in nature to those from AC2, with a number of innovations nonetheless. As aforementioned, one of the major changes is the presence of an assassin`s guild. As you liberate areas, more citizens will be available for recruit whom you can call upon at any time, especially when Ezio becomes embroiled into combat and the odds are stacked against him. As soon as you recruit citizens by saving them from Borgia soldiers, they will automatically join your guild and you will then have to train them up to the rank of assassin by sending them off to complete contracts throughout Europe. The harder a mission , the faster they rank up. On the downside, however, your options are quite limited here. While you can call them upon to even the odds during a fight, you can neither control any of them nor follow them on any of their missions, and since combat is not exactly that hard, one might well argue that there was no reason to tip the scales in Ezio`s favour as it might well make the game a bit less challenging!

The real innovation of the game, however, is the introduction of a multiplayer mode, which is both refreshing and inventive and quite addictive. The basic idea is that you are given a target and you have to assassinate them, and yet Brotherhood has four multiplayer modes which allow you to work in groups, be a pursuer and a target at the same time and so much more. What is more, while most of the action in single player takes place in Rome, in multiplayer you have a plethora of different locations at your disposal, including more familiar locations with AC2.

In conclusion, Brotherhood is certainly a great game and a natural choice for fans of the series, and of AC2 in particular. However, because this game really was designed as the natural continuation to AC2 my recommendation to those who are new to the series is to play AC2 first and then Brotherhood to make sure they make the most out of this awesome title.

 More of the same...

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Entertaining game, but if you already have AC2 I would not bother, hardly any differences to the second installment. It's seems Ubisoft have taken a leaf out of the Call of Duty series and created the same game within a year. Very, very lazy.

 Amazing game

| | See all SobsoniK's reviews (1)

This is an AMAZING GAME and at VERY GOOD PRICE making it a must buy for everyone who played the game before or people who never got into adventure of ''Altair'' and "Ezio''. The good thing is that with that version you get 2 extra online characters: The Harlequin & The Officer and you also get The Copernicus Conspiracy missions
which are very fun to play especially meeting the polish born astronomer and doing few missions for him!

Hope I've helped


 The Best yet...

| | See all MartinsBluRay's reviews (46)

I have probably played this game for longer than any other, graphics are top notch, the city's and landscapes are beautifully realised and are a beauty to behold, it is quite possible to get competely lost in the world doing sub quests and collecting feathers/boxes of loot. The story is as complicated (and as good) as ever with a decent variety of mission methods and weapons, upgrading is straightforward as is sending your assassins on their quests, a pasttime that becomes quite addictive. A mention should also go to the soundtrack/incidental music which is superb and fits the game perfectly. If you have even a passing interest in this genre you really should get this game and play it through to the end... you'l probably be playing a lot more after the end credits have rolled as well...

 First Impressions!

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I have only begun playing AC: Brotherhood very recently and from my point of view it is a pretty solid game. Having previously played AC1, I decided to go for the Brotherhood instead of AC2 due to the multiplayer.
Multiplayer is one of the best I have played!! It creates an environment with the sort of tension that hooks you on further on the game. In fact in my opionion it's the best part of the game so far.
Single player on the other hand is a different story. It moves a little slow, and I found a couple of parts a little repetitve but thankfully not in the horrifying state of AC1. Apart from that the story is interesting, missions are fun, and a good single player overall.
Sounds and Graphics are good as well, though I did encounter one an instance were Ezio walked through another person but it only happened once so it doesn't really matter.
Finally these are my scores for the game and as a final note I would say for only 16 Euros, dig into your pockets and buy the game.

Graphics: 8/10
Sound: 9/10
Single-Player: 8.5/10
Multi-player: 9.5/10

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