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Assassin's Creed III

version: eu (it) , freedom edition - year: 2012 - developer: ubisoft montreal - publisher: ubisoft - format: ps3, blu-ray disc - condition: mint - rarity: uncommon

The PS3 version includes 60 minutes of exclusive single player content


The Freedom Edition includes a collector box, a steelcase, a figurine, a notebook, a lithograph and exclusive single player & multiplayer missions

Review - Having read so many people complaining about Assassin's Creed III boring gameplay almost made me want to skip it, but luckily for me, I ended up playing AC3 from start to finish and I do not regret it in the slightest!

I'll admit that the game starts off too slowly and for like a few hours, it seems it isn't really taking off until missions start becoming more interesting and diverse, when finally taking on the sea and getting to live like a pirate!

Missions on the sea are another league all together, with beautifully rendered waves and naval battles, it really doesnt get any better that this.

It may be argued that AC3 is just too long for its own good, but if you are looking to spend some serious amount of hours into a fun videogame, AC3 sure delivers value for money.

Bottom line: A worthy chapter in this never ending story. 8/10










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