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It's been a while since I did one of these. It's also been a while since I got the game. ^^;  I probably won't be playing it much until after April...once classes are over, and exams are done with. "orz

Title: Assassin's Creed II
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal (yes, AC is Canadian <3)
Genre: Action, Adventure, Historical
System: Playstation 3, XBOX 360, PC
Release Date: 17/11/09, PC Q1 2010

Kenn's Comment: To be honest, my brother's been playing most of it, even though the money came from me (same goes for the system itself). But that's okay, he's better at it than I am...though that might come from the time he puts into it.

Anywho, from what I've done, it's a really fun game. After Demon's Soul, everything is pretty easy in comparison.  The controls in this are fairly easy to use, though there are a lot of instances where your aim has to be exact or you'll miss a jump. The graphics are amazing. There's no 'load times' when you're in the massive maps, though the load times in between maps, and between scenes and whatnot can be quite long.

Though it was developed and created here in Canada, North America only got the 'Masters Edition', while the rest of the world got the 'Black' and 'White' editions. Now, when it comes to games, the edition usually doesn't change the game itself, but what does change is what comes with the game. Black edition came with black leather-parchment note book, the game soundtrack, behind the scene stuff, and (here's the kicker) an Ezio figure (20 cm tall). White edition has everything, though the figure is different. Plus the packaging is white, rather than the black edition's black box. Surprise. Master's edition is pretty much the same, though I'm pretty sure the figure with the master's is the one from the white edition. So if you're here in NA, and you want a black edition figure, you're kind of out of luck.

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