I was lamenting reviewing Assassins Creed: Revelations even though I had volunteered to do it, in my eagerness to write up a review I hadn’t considered something rather obvious. At this point, you either know if you like the Assassins Creed series or not don’t you? Revelations is the final installment in the story of Ezio Auditore de Firenze, assassin extraordinare, descendant of Altair and ancestor of Desmond Miles. He has been one of the protagonists of Assassins Creed for the last three installments, Assassins Creed 2, Brotherhood, and Revelations, as well as explains what Altair did with his life after the events of Assassins Creed.
The billionaire bat with far too many a pseudonym makes his Rocksteady return in the company’s savoury sequel to 2009’s acclaimed caper, Batman: Arkham Asylum. Fans shocked that the previous iteration of the long-plagued superhero game franchise wasn’t capitalizing on the monstrous success of the Dark Knight, but was risking the road less traveled in creating its own original story and universe, were rewarded with a title that above all made you feel like the caped crusader. It was a gamble that paid in spades, er, rather riddler trophies, and two years later the Dark Knight once again aims to topple the supervillainous vermin of Gotham in Arkham City, a sequel to silence the skeptic and satisfy the silent.
Playstation 3 owners, rejoice! If you were one of the many that missed the original
Assassin’s Creed you’ll get your chance to play it on November 15, the launch
date of Assassin’s Creed: Revelations.
I have never really followed the “Splinter Cell” series, there are very few series of games that keep me interested but after downloading the demo on the Xbox Live Marketplace and having a good bit of fun with it, I decided to pick up Splinter Cell: Conviction, on release date so let’s get to the review.