Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag for Xbox One

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Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag for Xbox One

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag for Xbox One is rated4.8333 out of5 by6.
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$29.99

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag begins in 1715, when pirates established a lawless republic in the Caribbean and ruled the land and seas. These outlaws paralyzed navies, halted international trade, and plundered vast fortunes. They threatened the power structures that ruled Europe, inspired the imaginations of millions, and left a legacy that still endures.
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Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag begins in 1715, when pirates established a lawless republic in the Caribbean and ruled the land and seas. These outlaws paralyzed navies, halted international trade, and plundered vast fortunes. They threatened the power structures that ruled Europe, inspired the imaginations of millions, and left a legacy that still endures.
ESRB

Blood
Sexual Themes
Strong Language
Use of Alcohol
Violence
Online interactions not rated by the ESRB

 

 

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Welcome to the golden age of pirates

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag begins in 1715, when pirates established a lawless republic in the Caribbean and ruled the land and seas. These outlaws paralyzed navies, halted international trade, and plundered vast fortunes. They threatened the power structures that ruled Europe, inspired the imaginations of millions, and left a legacy that still endures.

Among them is a brash young captain named Edward Kenway. His fight for glory has earned him the respect of his fellows but has also drawn him into the ancient war between Assassins and Templars—a war that threatens to destroy everything the pirates have built.

 

What the experts are saying

"The freshness of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag puts any concerns of sequel fatigue to rest." — Machinima

"It's not only the best Assassin's Creed game to date, but also one of the best games for pirate fans to embark on as well." — Game Trailers

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Play as Edward Kenway

Young, cocky, and fearsome, Kenway's skill with a sword and disdain for authority earn him the respect of pirate legends like Blackbeard, but thrust him into an ancient conflict that threatens to destroy everything the pirates have built.

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Historic pirate company

Stand among legendary pirates such as Blackbeard, Calico Jack, and Benjamin Hornigold as you establish a lawless republic in the Bahamas and relive the explosive events that defined the Golden Age of Pirates.

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Explore an endless world

Explore 50 unique locations From Kingston to Nassau, where you can search for lost treasure, hunt rare animals in untamed jungles, and loot underwater shipwrecks.

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Weapons galore

Effortlessly switch between the Hidden Blade of the Assassin’s Order and all-new weaponry including flintlock pistols, dual cutlass swords, blowpipe and darts, and more.

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Rule the high seas

Command your ship, the Jackdaw, and plunder and pillage to upgrade her ammunition and equipment to fight off enemy ships.

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Multiplayer possibilities

Fight against or cooperate with your friends in the ruthless and acclaimed multiplayer mode.

Ratings and reviews

Rated 5 out of5 by fromLoved it!Great story, adventure and character building. It would be nice if the game offered more choices and more interaction with game characters. Played it three times and enjoyed it each time. I am skeptical about the next with it's open world... not my style and I do not want a chat room when I play.
Date published: 2014-11-08
Rated 5 out of5 by fromA nice blend of AC and PiratesI haven't been the biggest fan of Assassin's Creed in the past but I'm a huge fan of pirates and this game really merged the two together nicely. The game is quite engaging and fairly deep. I've been playing it since Christmas and am only 65% of the way through and I haven't even started on any of the add-on purchase content. My only complaint is the fact that there is no way to scale back the blood and gore so I can play the game when my kids are watching. Other than that the game is pretty solid.
Date published: 2014-03-29
Rated 4 out of5 by fromI wasn't expecting this, but it's good.I am personally one of the most critical people of the Assassin's Creed series. I chastise this series regularly because after Ubisoft fired the creators of the game series after AC2, and the entire series lost continuity. I feel like we the gamers were deprived of closure in lieu of profit and that is extremely disappointing.However, I have digressed. I had no expectations of this being a good game, and I refused to even purchase it, but when my wife bought this game for me for Christmas, I felt that was loophole enough to start playing it. I have played every Assassin's Creed game to date and this game is probably one of the best. Granted, my expectations were extremely low (especially after the tragedy known as AC3), but this game was so well rounded; the gameplay, the story, the characters, the weapons, the pirating, and all those little extras made for an awesome experience. My only criticism with AC4 is the same that I have for the entire series, and that is that the story feels like a train that has jumped the rails - you don't know where it's going. I would recommend this game to anyone familiar with the AC series - even if you're at your wit's end with it, as I was. However, I will not recommend this game to anyone who has not played AC before - there will be some things in the game that you will have zero comprehension.Best of luck to you in your gaming search.
Date published: 2014-02-24
Rated 5 out of5 by fromOne of the best game i have seen and tryThis latest installment of Assassin's Creed IV is one of the most interesting stories. wow who wonders a pirate can be an assassin's this is great especially the weapons but you can beat the classic weapon which is the Hidden Blade
Date published: 2014-02-18
Rated 5 out of5 by fromBest Assassin's Creed to date.Best game play and story line of all the Assassin's Creed lineup.
Date published: 2014-01-30
Rated 5 out of5 by fromAssassin's Creed never looked so good...Assassin's Creed has been around for awhile now, and even though the story has been all over history, and even melded with the present a little, Assassin's Creed IV still feels fresh. It looks and feels like previous creeds, which is a good thing. The story is actually very interesting and kicks off with a bang as opposed to Creed III's slow, weird start. The over all formula, and gameplay elements remain the same which is what you want and expect, but the level of detail and open-ness has been cranked up a notch. On Xbox One, the weather effects and plant life are uniquely rendered for the next-gen console.Sailing the high-seas has never looked or felt this good either. The whole open-seas-world part of the game is incredible. There are tons of upgrades for your ship, you can also hunt sharks and whales, and dive for under water secrets, treasures and items. Each city/town/villa feel different and unique and are filled with things to find and do per usual Creed gameplay.The multiplayer returns and is just as fun and challenging as before. The co-op wolfpack mode returns as well so nothing feels as if it's been stripped or watered down. The ways you can customize your assassin's online is even more robust and rewarding and really makes Black Flag an excellent addition to the series.GRAPHICS: 10/10 GAMEPLAY: 9/10 SOUND: 9/10 CONTENT: 10/10
Date published: 2014-01-03
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