Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China – PC Reviews

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“Assassin’s Creed continues its juggernaut journey across the videogame landscape with this Mark of the Ninja-inspired 2D stealth side-scroller. Chronicles: China is the first in three separate titles with another two – Russia and India – planned for later release.”
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Ubisoft’s plot-holing, history-cribbing, annual series of open world games started in 2007. Since then, we’ve seen eight main games and a heap of spinoffs in their double-digits, and still, the gigantic Gallic outfit are far from giving the series a rest. Despite the occasional high point (II and Black Flag especially), as a follower of the series, even I can see that there is some great difficulty in sustaining the amount of entries the series receives.
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If there is one idea people have had for Assassin’s Creed, it’s been an Asian assassin. Light on her feet, with blades hidden anywhere and everywhere, it is an intriguing premise. Assassin’s Creed Chronicles takes us to China and does just this, but it’s not your typical Assassin’s Creed game and it learns a lot from those who came before.
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