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Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines - Sony PSP
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- Sharpen your skills to become a Master Assassin in Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines as you pursue a deadly mission against the Templars
- Explore a stunning open - world environment in which you have free rein to run and climb
- Unlock exclusive material by connecting the PSP system to Assassin's Creed II on the PlayStation 3 system (Assassin's Creed II and PS3 not included)
- Dynamic Locomotion - Like the next-gen SKUs, Altair on the PSP reacts to the terrain fluidly, diving through holes and climbing ledges with only the creative application of the Free Run button.
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Graphics are stunning. One of the best looking games on the PSP.
Controls are meh. The climbing feels good, but jumping is horrible. "Jump" and "Drop" are tied to the same button, so you need to have perfect timing to pull off a jump, ruining rooftop runs. Also, moving the camera disables the action buttons(not a glitch, just the way the controls were set up). UPDATE: I realized that you can actually hold the x button to jump, but they never tell you that.
Anyone who has played AC1 knows it is crazy repetitive. Fortunately, Bloodlines (kind of) fixes this. Where you had to synchronize with maybe 10 towers in one city, now you need to do 1 in each level, every city being broken up into 3 or 4 levels.
However, there is a focus on action in this game. AC1 was about doing boring 20 pickpockets, synchronizations, eaves droppings, and interrogations to assassinate one person. Bloodlines is about hacking your way to your target. There is very little stealth, and you are forced to fight the same battles against the same enemies over and over. Even worse, nearby guards run to your fight, pitting you against many(I once had to fight 8) enemies at the same time. Counter kills are one hit kills, but require surgical precision and often make fight boring with the same exact kill done maybe 5 times in a row.
Bloodlines is like a steak that has been cooked well, but has no sauce or side orders to be eaten with. It is a basic action game, enjoyable but not worth 40 bucks.
This game was created as a bridge from part I to part II with Altair now the head of the Assassins and his quest to hunt down the remaining Templars. Along with this bridge comes with the ability to transfer some of the unlockables found on the PSP to the PS3.
SOme of the pluses are like the PS3 version, you get a variety of missions to run thru as you complete your quest. Also, the climbing and combat controls handle similar to the PS3.
Some of the minuses are sometimes the AI can be overly aggressive and overly sensitive as you walk around and you can find yourself in a fight with 5 or 6 gaurds almost for no reason. Also, the colors look a bit more washed out and it makes it hard to see sometimes where to climb, on the flipside of that, for the processing power of the PSP, the game does look impressive. Lastly in quests where there is a time limit, some become almost impossible to finish with the controls and orienting yourself to your goal which seems so far away.
The voice acting is a mixed bag whereas after having a modern day accent on the first game, Altair has a middle eastern one here. Also it really helps that you have played the first one to understand that this is a simulation as the PSP version has so far made no mention of Desmond or his modern day issues as of yet.
On a scale of 1 to 5 I give it 3 stars
I made the game last because I went out of my way for stealth. It doesn't get too boring doing the stealth because there is so many different ways to do it. Everyone says there is no element of stealth, but that is not true. You just have to look for it.
The AI in ACB are messed up in the head. There can be two guards standing watch over an opening and you can assassinate one of them without being noticed at all. Sometimes they even look at you when you do it.
The combat can get a little dull at times, but you just have to switch it up. Instead of using the sword all the time, try the throwing knife. Or if combat is just too easy and you think you are a complete master at it, then try fighting 6 guards with just your hidden blade. See how good you are then. Just switch it up and you will have fun again.
Running around the streets is not very effective unless you want every guard in the whole city after you. Well, at least at the beginning. 3/4 of the way through and you can actually run around the streets most of the time. Sometimes the guards get mad and chase you, but not often.
The graphics are stunning for a psp game. They look like a good ps2 game graphics. I am impressed by them.
This game is great. I would recommend it to anyone that likes these kind of games.
5 out of 5
It follows his journey around the Crusades and shares a lot more of his history.
The graphics are pretty good for a PSP game.
Works just like all other AC games: running, fighting and freerunning.
Be aware that the maps are a bit smaller so you might be a bit frustrated when it comes to freerunning as Altair may be a bit harder to control.
Came exceptionally early, I wasn't even expecting it.
No marks, dents, breaks or scratches anywhere to be seen.
Game UMD is in perfect condition.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This game was very fin and very addicting! Once I started playing, I could not put it down. I wasn't expecting it to be that great since it is a PSP game, but I was completely... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Jedidiah Morden
I just got this tablet it powered on once and now won't turn on or charge:(:(Published 5 months ago by joshua walker