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Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Collector's Edition - Xbox 360 (Collector's Edition)
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- Doctor Jack-in-the-Box Collectible: Call on the practitioner of death and his poisonous syringe.
- Two Exclusive In-Game Single Player Maps: Extend your game as the legendary Master Assassin, Ezio, and explore the undiscovered depths of Rome.
- Hard Copy Strategy Map of Rome: Discover the hidden secrets of Rome only this map will help you find.
- Exclusive Art Book: A compilation of never-before-seen concept art drawn and designed by key members of the development team.
- Bonus Disc Includes: Exclusive Making-Of Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood Video, Digital Sneak Peak at the Assassin’s Creed Comic, Trailers and Developer Diary, Game Soundtrack by Jesper Kyd
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Collector's Edition
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I have a couple of hours worth of the game, so I can not properly critique the game aside from stating that it holds true to the traditional game mechanics and controls with some exciting new elements added all taking place within the vast and beautiful city of Rome. It has a decently intriguing story with a well written dialogue. I felt more of an addictive sense of urgency from the ACII story line that kept me really hooked, although Brotherhood is good, I can easily put it down. At least for now, maybe the excitement will build? The game thus far presents the feeling of being a massive add on to its predecessor rather then being a full fledged sequel, which was expected by most, I believe.
I have only played one round of multiplayer, so I'll reserve my judgment. I do look forward to exploring it more. However, I do dislike that you can't have a friend playing on the same console, though it makes sense considering the stealthy game play, it's still a bummer.
The primary focus of this review is regarding the contents of the Collector's Edition. The Jack In The Box (Doctor) is made of hard and rubbery plastic. The paint job is very bland with no highlights or shading and lacks precision in some places. There is even a patch of noticeable clear glue on his face where it must have dripped down when they attached his hat. That's Chinese quality for you. Despite that, its not a horrible collectable (it has a simplistic charm) and it does pop up very quickly when you unlock it. The Art Book is very small, not even the size of an XBox game case. The pictures are gorgeous, however tiny, containing mostly landscapes and different groups of people, but not all of them.Read more ›
Now to the collectibles! The jack-in-the box was a really cool idea in concept, but Ubisoft cheaped out and used Chinese labour to build it. It smells like cheap plastic and it's just not what I was expecting--the paint job is not very detailed and it weighs a little more than the cardboard box it came in. The jack-in-the-box's poor build quality is making me not want to buy another collector's edition of any AC game in the future.Read more ›
Overall, this is one of the best games ever made.
I could nitpick at several minor things in the game's mechanics but they're hardly worth mentioning. For instance, the controls can get a little nuts at times when Ezio decides to run up a wall that you've come too close to, effectively stopping your forward motion and making controlling him a bit of a tussle on rare occasions. This control issue has been a part of the series since the beginning but truth be told, the controls here are the best so far and feel much more refined than they did from the original game.
The interface also needs some reworking, as I found accessing the database and maps to be slightly tedious, which tends to be a pain as you kind of need to work with them quite a bit.Read more ›
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The first Assassin's Creed was incredible (game changing, if you will); the second Assassin's Creed was, at first glance, equally as incredible, but as you played, you realized... Read morePublished on February 18, 2013 by Our Empress
Got it for a cheap price and loving it! It's pretty cool what the edition came with. Would definitely recommend this to any Assassin's Creed fan :)Published on December 15, 2012 by Rebecca Reyes
Amazing game, great plot and gameplay!!! You should play this to understand the entire story, recommended to any collector, the Jack-in-the-box has great detail and works perfectPublished on September 4, 2012 by Diego Rodríguez
Surprisingly deep. I spent well over 30 hours in the Rome of Ezio Auditore and thoroughly enjoyed 27 of them. Read morePublished on February 1, 2011 by Amazon Customer
This game is killer, it's so much fun and fairly long if you don't just rush through the campaign. If you liked the 2nd one you'll love this the gameplay is almost exactly the same... Read morePublished on January 16, 2011 by MS
I had purchased this for my boyfriend as a Christmas gift. He loves it. He has been playing the series since the first part came back. Read morePublished on January 11, 2011 by Natalie V. Galasso
Ok, this isn't a completely fair review, since I have yet to play multiplayer. That being said, I don't really care how good the multiplayer gameplay is. Read morePublished on December 26, 2010 by Ryan