Monday, June 6, 2011

Review: Assassin's Creed Brotherhood (XBOX 360)

Recently I decided to pick up a copy of Assassin's Creed Brotherhood after a friend of my brother's went on a twenty minute rant about how much fun it was. I was always curious about the series as a whole but never really got into it, until now.

I just beat it about two days ago, then went back to finish off more of the side missions and explore a bit. Honestly, I enjoyed every minute of the game. It loves to mess with your mind. The ''Truth'' puzzles are a bit disturbing and the ending is a major cliffhanger, but I haven't enjoyed a game this much in a while. As a huge game music fan I loved the range of scores, from the lonely brooding countryside overtures to the unsettling choirs that accompany you on tense stealth missions. Each tune really carries you through the experience. There's also a lot at play beneath the surface of the story, and quite a few unanswered questions. I'm only mad that I didn't play it sooner!

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