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Assassin's Creed Unity - PC

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  • UNIQUE CO-OP EXPERIENCE YOU MUST PLAY TO BELIEVE: In addition to an epic single-player campaign, join with up to three friends online and experience the open world of 18th-century Paris
  • A RUTHLESS NEW HERO FOR A BRUTAL WORLD: Play as Arno, an entirely new breed of Assassin, and take down your prey with a range of new weapons such as the Phantom Blade, a hidden blade with crossbow capabilities
  • BRAND-NEW PARKOUR, COMBAT, AND STEALTH GAMEPLAY: Enjoy an unprecedented degree of freedom and control over your Assassin. Full motion control with new parkour mechanics for free running up, across, and down city walls and buildings
  • DEEP CUSTOMIZATION OF ARNO, THE MASTER ASSASSIN: Craft a unique play style by choosing weapons, gear, outfits, and specialized skills. Mix and match from hundreds of possible combinations and build your stealth, fighting, and navigation abilities
  • DISCOVER REVOLUTIONARY PARIS, BROUGHT TO LIFE AS NEVER BEFORE: Carve through the stunning full-scale open world city, a feat only made possible through the power of an all-new game engine

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Crashes a lot - unplayable even after latest patchI was really looking forward to playing this game. It looks great but crashes a lot.Crashes in the menus, crashes during game play, crashes on start up. I believe UbiSoft has a patch coming out on 12/19 for the PC, let's hope this corrects the issues. The game play is similar to the other Assassin's Creed games. The player controls are a bit odd (as usual for this series) and you often find yourself not able to jump off a wall or suddenly crashing into guards.Overall, wait to see if the game patches correct the issues. It would be horrible to get this for Christmas and not be able to play it properly.Edit: (12/19) I took the latest update. The game crashed within a minute when entering the menu to select player weapons. This game is unplayable, don't waste your money.Edit: (12/20) I ran this again on another rig with an R9 200 series graphic card (ASUS R9 270, 2 GB). It ran in high graphics mode with lag and staggering that made my head hurt but it ran. It was playable but crashed while playing about 1 hour in. With some tweaking I may be able to make this playable on a computer that has way more hardware than it should need. For your average player with a decent but not great graphics setup, good luck.2Buying it was great, playing it was notI had open expectations for Unity, after having played it only after the major updates had come out.So what made this a 3 star game?It reminds me of what I thought about AC3, it is a new engine and maybe Syndicate will be the AC4 equivalent.Things I didn't like:-Arno (the main guy)-The map size: it was too big! I like it when I can tell the difference between areas, but it all kind of blurred together. I don't want to stop my experience to analyze the details that separate areas, I should be able to just subtly recognize it.-The game itself was all very bland, the colors particularly. There was very few occasions where I said "Wow, this is what it was like to be in Paris in the late 1700s"Did I play it all the way through, yes.Will I play it again though, no. Likely not.Oh, and the outfits were ridiculous (sure, they were era-accurate, but were they badass?)3Needs a ton of workPros: this game is absolutely gorgeous. The graphics are incredible and there was a ton of effort put into that area. The worlds seem to be huge, too.Cons: I have it on pc at the moment. I made sure my computer was above the requirements needed to play this, yet it still barely runs even on low settings. When it is playable, I have horrible glitching. My character's hair is a massive boxy moving thing, and I couldn't even make it past the intro. Every time I went past a certain point my character would fly up into the sky and it would disconnect and/or crash. It's pretty amusing, but I just want to get past this part and actually get to Paris considering that's the main reason I got the game. I'm relieved I waited for it to be half off because there's no way I'd willingly pay $60 for a beta version of a game. I hope ubisoft makes some patches so it'll be functional. But for now, I'll just carry on with playing older assassins creed games.2at best, and represents a mediocre attempt at emulating the ...The freerunning is cumbersome and frequently misinterprets the player's intent. The combat is lackluster, at best, and represents a mediocre attempt at emulating the freeflow styles of Batman Arkham Asylum.The main character is uninspiring and unmotivated ("Oh, there's a girl. I like her" that could have been a decent take on Romeo& Juliet, but falls flat.). The backstory is convoluted and obtuse. The in-app currency purchases (if 100USD counts as a "micro"-transaction, you have far more money than is reasonable) are insulting.The requirement for access to external websites and "companion apps" (that need to be played at the same time as the main game) is asinine. (Additionally, the website refuses to load in Chrome, and won't allow me to login under MSIE.)But the graphics are quite lovely. The map synchronization panoramics are awesome to behold. (Not a colloquial "awesome"; as in, I am in awe of how great it looks. Not quite jaw-dropping, but there is real awe going on.)I have experienced only a few pop-ins with models and nothing very distracting. I have played both before and after the 1.4 patch that dropped on 20141219 and have experienced no glitches either way (I seem to be fortunate in that regard). I maintain at least 30FPS (generally around the high 40s, low 50s) at 25x14 resolution with all settings on High with an i7-4770k and GTX780ti.I bought this when Amazon offered it for $30 and believe I will likely have gotten that much entertainment out of it, but it will be a struggle to get there. The opening missions that are supposed to provide the motivation to join the Bro'hood do no such thing. I finished them and couldn't even understand the historical protagonist's motivation for joining. While I dig running around in 18th century France, I can't bring myself to care about any of the major characters or factions in the game. I don't want Madame Tussaud to get killed, so I bring her disembodied heads, because I am motivated by Vincent Price's movie, "The House of Wax". I don't really care if Arno avenges his father or gets the girl or meets Napoleon.Ultimately, this game is a failure at storytelling, barely passable as a gameplay experienced (mechanics and whatnot), and an incredible feat of a graphics engine (especially once the last bugs get ironed out.)This game is not worth 60USD to anyone but the wealthiest and most spendthrift of conspicuous consumers, and Ubisoft does not deserve a single penny of money from the in-app purchasing system from anyone at all.I will not begrudge them the money I paid, but in the end I think my time and monies would be far better spent with other diversions.2loving it!this game works great now after all of the patches. there is so much content, so much to do. it is impressive to think about all of the work that went into creating this game. the textures, the drawing/building, all of the history and stories, it is so easy to get sucked into this time period. There will always be some things that are annoying but the pros outweigh the cons. it really is a well-made game when it is running as intended and worth every penny for its entertainment value.5Good, but not great, some bugs still in latest version, wait for a Sale and Enjoy.I have been a huge fan of this series from the beginning. ACU starts well and the Graphics are great if you have high end hardware, however there are elements in this new version that take away from the experience. All the options to buy bonuses and the fact that you have to use your ability points to level up specific skills to pass different points in the game made it less fun for me. Some of the tips in game take you to external websites such as YouTube broke the immersion. I looked for a dozen different ways to accomplish the final mission and had to do side co-op missions to level up sufficiently. I also encountered a bug that caused my progress to be lost until I deleted the local save files and used the cloud files. Also being the PC version and a one time use code I cant get my money back out of this by reselling the old copy. That being said this game is worth 20-30$ on sale. I have a G3258 at 4.4Ghz and a GTX 960 2GB, Graphics looked great on high detail, during scenes with large NPC crowds I would have an occasional pause and then it would kick back in to 40-60fps glory with Vsynch on at 720P. There were also bugs with enemies getting trapped in walls etc. that detracted from the game. This game should have an option for less NPC's for lighter hardware rigs. This is the only game I have that has any performance problems what so ever, although sparse that took away a little from the fun. Overall the Plot is not bad, however I cant put my finger on it but this didn't not feel like it was a true to the series as some of the other AC games.3No.I had heard great things about this series. After reading about the mechanics and seeing the game's setting I decided to pre-order... Dear lord... dear gaming gods... this game.This game is somehow bland, dull, a chore to play. And not in a good way. There are plenty of reviews out there that will give it a review with more substance, since I definitely did not make it halfway through the story. If it goes down to $5, sure, give it a try.While not a fan of the franchise I would recommend Shadow of Mordor, if you have not played it. It's open world, you can level and build your character as you wish, and, which is a place I believe AC Unity failed at, the combat is FLUID. You will feel badass battling mobs of enemies.1And falls short on the ram for recommended. I purchased and downloaded the game after patch ...PC downloadPC spec: windows 7, i7 cpu, 8gb ram, msi gtx 770 4gb, 1tb HDDTo start, according to requirements and system requirements lab, my build does not even meet the minimum requirements on gpu. And falls short on the ram for recommended. I purchased and downloaded the game after patch 4. I got it on sale for$30.I am only 2-2.5 hours in. I will update once farther in but so far....GraphicsEven with a below spec card I am able to play on very high settings. I don't monitor frame rate because I don't care what the numbers are if I don't notice it. The only time there was a noticeable drop was at the beginning of a couple cutscenes and hardly lasted a second each time. Other than those two times the graphics are beautiful. Cutscenes, gameplay, lighting, textures, shadows are all awesome, even with a below spec card.PerformanceTwo crashes so far which isn't ideal but they haven't been catastrophic. Had to restart the game wasn't at a critical spot in missions so not bad. I'm sure at a point during a longer or tough mission this would be bad but will update when I get to them. No corrupted save files or other affects. Runs smoothly otherwise even with less than recommended ram. Better than expected after reading other reviews since release.StoryHard to review so early in the story but some things I already like. I just played through black flag and must say that story was more than disappointing. I did not like the fact that Kenway was at no point in the story an actual assassin. Apparently you can make an assassin's creed game about a guy who steals a cloak and kills people with no regard to the creed....bs. without revealing too much Arno is inducted into the assassin's and actually has clearer desire to stop the templars(what these games used to be about). On the other side the beginning of the story is nearly the same as Ezio's story with some different context and filler.More to come.3It was good, but it was not everything i had hoped forFirst off, this is my first assassins creed game so bear that in mind as i make comments.Second, the hardware i'm running this game with is an i7 4790K, 8gb of ram and a GTX 970 super clocked from EVGA. For the most part, i've had a good experience with the game. Gameplay wise, i really enjoyed the parkour and ease of movement. Sneaking around, doing assassination kills, both walking and from above and using the hidden blade all added to the experience for me. I also enjoyed the amount of creativity you could use in approaching missions. I've replayed many of the missions several times because i'm always learning a new way to accomplish the mission, such as the Notre Dame assassination. My experience has not been perfect though and I still experience a number of glitches. The most common and annoying of which is when the internet goes out. I live in a college dorm with a less than optimal internet connection. When the internet goes out, the game stops and freezes for 30-60 seconds. I do not have to force quit to remedy the situation, i merely and inconveniently have to wait until the game realizes that it has been disconnected. From there I am given the option to continue in offline mode. This is really annoying, and i like to always start my game in offline mode because of it. I do not really understand the point of an online mode either. You can access certain treasure chests around the map (there are also treasure chests that don't require it), and i can access the coop missions with online mode as well. Speaking of coop missions, which were heavily advertised, they make up a very small portion of the game experience. None of the main story missions are coop missions. And when you can go on coop missions, there is no way to communicate with your team mates. Usually my team and I just play solo, doing our own thing, except we're in the same map. Ubisoft also toted customizability of the character, which is also annoying. Many of the costume pieces and weapons require coop mission achievements. Not only that, but you have to play the phone app version of the game 'initiates' to achieve certain armor sets and costumes as well. This was an inconvenience to me, not being able to unlock ingame weapons and armor in the game. Lastly, i felt that the story was lackluster. I was really interested in Arno and Elise's characters but i don't feel like they were developed enough. I would like to have learned more about them and seen more character interaction. The same goes for the interaction between Arno and Bellec as well. Bellec was Arno's mentor, and they are shown to be quite close, but the interaction between the two is limited. Maybe it's just my opinion, but i'll let other players decide their opinion on that. I'm still playing assassins creed unity, unlocking all the content and replaying all the missions. It is fun, but i'm still looking for the experience everyone was talking about when assassins creed first released. I wasn't able to play the first game, and i was hoping to make up for the games i missed with Unity, but i still don't feel my expectations have been met.3This might be a good time to say goodbye to the series.I bought this about a year after the original release, and the game still crashes to the desktop, has momentary freeze-ups -- all after a TEN-GIG PATCH DOWNLOAD.Sure, the graphics are fantastic, the realism of facial expressions noteworthy, the skills and activities more varied than ever. But the usual Fake Difficulty (look it up in TV Tropes) in the controls is still there; at times the 'master assassin' will seem unable to do simple things like enter the window in front of him. The new fight system -- well, Black Flag's was too easy, this one appears to be an attempt to return to the days of Ezio, but some of the mechanics are flawed. Like the 'perfect parry' thing: when the enemy's health bar (usually red) glows yellow, and you hit the block button, Arno makes a parry that leaves the enemy completely open for attack. But watch it -- sometimes the bar doesn't show at all, or the blow is impossible to parry or sometimes it just glows red -- either way, by then you have to dodge instead, but it's already too late. And sometimes you'll swear you hit the 'block' button on time, only to have the enemy run you through and kill you in one blow. Grrrr. I hate fake difficulty, and there's plenty of it here.2
Assassin's Creed Unity - PC

Assassin's Creed Unity - PC

3.2
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£79.00
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