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Assassin's Creed Revelations have always been seen as the weakest of the Ezio Trilogy yet I find myself often disagreeing. I want to use this video as not only a Defense of Assassins Creed Revelations but also as an Ezio Trilogy Retrospective or Ezio Collection Retrospective. I make a lot of comparisons here to Assassin's Creed 2 and Assassins Creed Brotherhood and even more references to my Critique of Assassin's Creed 2 and my Assassins Creed Brotherhood Critique to make this the best Critique of Assassin's Creed Revelations possible. I hope I accomplish this in my Assassin's Creed Revelations Analysis and subsequent Assassins Creed Retrospective. I truly believe that this is the best Assassins Creed game and I hope you can agree with that opinion. I just got a new controller that I am getting used to so apologize if you don't like my Assassin's Creed Revelations Gameplay. I am cracked at the Assassins Creed Revelations Den Defense though. I also want you to use this video as a synopsis like an Assassins Creed Revelations Explained video. This will likely be my last Assassin's Creed video until the Release of Assassins Creed Valhalla. I'll be sure to bring you a review of AC Valhalla as soon as possible ;)
When I first played Assassin’s Creed Revelations I was 11 years old. I watched the trailers over and over again waiting for christmas day just to open it up, pop that bad boy into my playstation and feel a huge wave of disappointment pass over me. I didn’t like Ezio's new design and the setting felt like it didn’t hold a candle to settings of 2 and Brotherhood. I remember just turning my brain off because I felt the story quite boring as there isn’t a clear villain like in the other games and while I still enjoyed myself I found myself ultimately leaving it directly after finishing the main storyline and not bothering with much else. After looking online it felt like everyone else had the same Idea. They felt most of the same things I did such as the setting feeling a little whatever, the modern day not being very fun or interesting, and the Den Defense was about as bad as the series gets, and a lot of these complaints are still present to this day.
Playing the game now however being older more open mind, and of course, more experience I realize how terribly wrong I was. Now, I’m not here to say that this game is by any means perfect and it definitely has some flaws but I am here to say that it’s definitely worth playing and it might be better than you think. I actually think that Revelations is my favourite game in the Ezio Trilogy as the parkour has seen some great improvements while not sacrificing the precision, the combat is much the same if not a bit more challenging and in depth, the stealth is more or less the same however the level design compliments it more, and of course the story here is great too. Of course I’m not presenting this clearly subjective perspective as an objective fact and I hope you guys are of course going into this video with the mindset that subjectivity is implied.