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Get ready to plunge into the lush and deadly world of the Italian Renaissance, an era of arts, riches and murderous conspiracy. Assassin's Creed II introduces you to Ezio, a new assassin carrying on the deadly lineage of his forebears. Confront an epic tale of power and corruption as you hone your assassin's art, wielding weapons and instruments designed by the legendary Leonardo Da Vinci himself in this gripping and deadly sequel.
In Assassin's Creed 2, you "relive" the life of an assassin during the Italian Renaissance in this open-world action adventure game. The goal is to exact revenge upon conspirators who have framed and executed loved ones; the goal is to be accomplished through assassination.
As players roam the crowded streets of Florence, Italy, they can creep through catacombs and corridors, undertake diverse side-missions, and tail-and-assassinate all manner of human targets-politicians, Templar soldiers, and conspirators. Players can also brawl with family rivals or engage in sword fights with Templar soldiers, but in most cases, they use stealth techniques to complete the mission; for example, players can sneak up on enemies from behind and kill them with hidden daggers, poisoned daggers, spring-activated blades, and swords.
When blades connect, blood shoots out in a fountain-like manner as targets groan or scream. These stealth-kills are sometimes depicted close-up and are somewhat graphic: the camera follows the "herky-jerky" thrusts of the blade; the player hears a distinctly "wet" flesh-impact sound. The most graphic depictions of violence occur during cinematic cut-scenes.
A short live-action movie (i.e., not animated) is included with the game. During a dramatic sword fight, an enemy's throat gets slashed-exposing a wide gash in his neck-as the body flails in front of the camera. The spurts and sprays of blood that accompany some of the stabbing attacks can be intense.
The world of the assassin is one cloaked in shadow and steeped in danger. Ensnared in a web of revenge and conspiracy, the assassin embraces power at its most elemental, acting as the dividing line between life and death. As an assassin confronted by perilous new challenges and difficult choices, what path will you choose?
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Platform: PC | Edition: Standard
Well, that's what it's like controlling this game. It has a lot of potential for fun but the awkward controls and the impossible forced camera angles means hours of frustrating... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
Like first Assassin's Creed game, this just didn't appeal to me. Graphics again are great, but I found myself again, just not being sucked into the game. Read morePublished 3 months ago by C. Weaver
It's an older game now but still quite fun. I do hate all the cut scenes, the storyline is idiotic and the limitation on assassinating civilians.Published 3 months ago by velocityg4
You do need an Internet connection to play the game, which is no big deal for me personally. But I am disappointed in how slow this game is... very slow. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Ashley Miller
In a similar fashion to everyone else, this game is literally unplayable. I purchased this game from steam in an attempt to avoid the issues described by the other reviewers, but... Read morePublished 5 months ago by thejosh
The perfect storyline adds up to the gameplay. But the biggest problem you'll find is the many annoying ragdoll physics.Published 6 months ago by Galina Gumenyuk