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    Reviews - Assassin's Creed: Revelations

    Does familiarity breed contempt in Ubisoft's open-world adventure?
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    Re: Reviews - Assassin's Creed: Revelations

    Pretty good review - so we can sum up AC:R as "more of the same, but polished", sort of like the latest CoD I hazard to suggest.

    I'm going to have to play through the earlier release first (Brotherhood) - serves me right for putting in the cupboard and then forgetting I'd been given it.

    Judging of what I've seen of those two I'd agree that playing AC2 first is a necessity - although I'll find it interesting to see whether I'll miss out on anything story-wise by not having completed AC1 (the various glitches and bugs in the XBox version were just too annoying).

    The talk in the article of a "new future direction" is interesting - that's piqued my curiosity!

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