Hey, guys. VGBish here with an Assassin’s Creed 4 review, along with a lot of information on the game (bet you’re glad I’m doing up to date games now aren’t you?).
Right, here’s some info about the parts I think you’ll find interesting.
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is a 2013 action-adventure game, and it’s the sixth main installment in the Assassin’s Creed series. It’s a sequel to Assassin’s Creed III and in the game the player takes on the role of a research analyst. The player then explores the story of a character called Edward Kenway.
The game will be set primarily on and around the islands in the Caribbean Sea during the early 18th century, with the three major cities consisting of Havana, Nassau and Kingston.
Locations and navigation:
Over half of the game takes place on land and players can explore 50 locations ranging from fisherman villages, plantations, jungles, forts, islands, Mayan ruins and exotic Coconut Islands. There are around 75 beaches and sandbanks, which hold various treasures and marooned sailors to add to Edward’s crew.
Other activities include hunting, harpooning and exploring underwater environments. The game blends between its land and aquatic experiences flawlessly, to the point where players can simply dive off Edward’s ship, swim to the shore and explore the land, as well as dive under the surface to loot underwater ship wrecks.
So, there’s your info and here’s the review.
Not bad. I prefer the nice contrast of the Ezio based Assassin’s Creeds.
Not fussed on the story this time, it seems a bit dull.
Not bad, just as you’d expect from a Ubisoft game.
There is not that many features on AC: IV. The multiplayer makes a return of which I am not really that happy about; it’s Assassin’s Creed, c’mon, the multiplayer is really far fetched.
Either they read my piece on Black Ops or they just genuinely like orchestral music.
Buy or not to buy: 50/50
It all depends on your personal taste in games but in my opinion I am not going to buy.