Assassin's Creed Syndicate for Xbox One

Assassin's Creed Syndicate for Xbox One

Assassin's Creed Syndicate for Xbox One is rated2.0 out of5 by1.
  • 2016-09-29T09:16CST
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Bring your own brand of justice to the streets of London in this latest Assassin's Creed chapter set amongst the backdrop of the Industrial Revolution in 1868.
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Blood, Drug Reference, Strong Language, Violence

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Bring your own brand of justice to the streets of London in this latest Assassin's Creed chapter set amongst the backdrop of the Industrial Revolution in 1868.
PEGI

Blood, Drug Reference, Strong Language, Violence

 

 

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In 1868 London, the Industrial Revolution has ushered in an era of invention and great prosperity. Built, however, on the backs of working class slaves. As gangster assassin Jacob Frye, you'll recruit your gang and lead the underworld to take back London in this latest Assassin's Creed chapter filled with action, intrigue, and brutal combat.

Ratings and reviews

Rated 2 out of5 by fromBetter than Unity. Just.Ubisoft returns with their latest and greatest franchise in an effort to patch the holes Unity blew in their flagship vessel. Did they accomplish it or did they only succeed in tarnishing the series further? In this humble gamer's opinion; no. Although being better than the previous release Syndicate still doesn't hold a candle to any of the games released on the previous generation of consoles. Climbing is as jerky as ever with frequent screaming sessions caused by your "master assassin's" refusal to respond to commands for seemingly no reason then moving an inch to his left after wrestling the analogue stick in every conceivable direction before completing the jump you wouldve made 30 seconds ago had this been Ezio Audiore but alas, it is not. All this to be followed up with ubisofts revolutionary new combat system, with the complete absence of manually locking targets your daring duels will now be more fluid than ever... That is until Jacob decides to disengage combat and refuses to do anything but slowly walk around due to a stunning gas produced by a high level boss allowing said boss to slap him around with invulnerability sending you straight back to the loading screen.All in all another excellent story overshadowed by ubisoft's newfound need to release completely unpolished titles. Im thoroughly lookong forward to the remastered games in hope that it reminds the devs of how the games used to and should play and also gives them the time to properly patch up this now very badly wounded workhorse before she's lost forever.
Date published: 2016-09-18
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