Tag Archives: Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood
It’s been a while, since Splinter Cell: Chaos Theory, that pure stealth multiplayer left any lasting impact on online gaming. While it may be incorporated in aspects rawDLC and Sneaky Bastards’ Dan Hindes lament its loss and ponder where it could resurface in the future.
If you’re like me, you always get the newest console as soon as it’s out. This current generation of gaming started for me the day after Thanksgiving when my Xbox 360 came to my door, finally being delivered from Amazon. Even in its infancy, the 360 provided many classic games. Now that this current gen has just turned five years old, I thought I would reflect on the best franchises of this generation. My list only includes console games as I personally don’t consider handheld games to be current gen. Also, sorry Wii fans but you won’t find a Wii exclusive on my list. I don’t own a Wii so I couldn’t play most, if not all, games from that console.
This week on DLC-Live Dave, Josh and Nachos continue to power through the end of year games rush with another review double tap. We break down the new Burnoutified revamp of Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit and parkour across the rooftops as we swoop in for the kill with Assassins Creed: Brotherhood. As usual, we tackle this week’s new releases and coming soon and as a special treat we have an exclusive interview with NFS: Hot Pursuit producer Matt Webster from Criterion Games! Tune in next week as DLC wraps up for the year in a crossover event the likes of which has never been seen! (details to follow)
The first Assassin’s Creed game copped a lot of flak for its repetitive nature and poorly implemented futuristic elements. Assassin’s Creed II gave the player a lot more variety in the game world, but kinda lost the plot in regards to the… err… plot and had WAY too much time spent in the futuristic section of the game. I loved the original game, warts and all, was seriously underwhelmed by the sequel (especially the final ‘boss’ of the game: lameness personified) but still have some reasonable expectations for the third game; particularly in regards to the sexed-up combat.