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Assassin's Creed Rogue- PlayStation 3

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  • Experience the Assassin's Creed universe from the perspective of a Templar. Play as Shay, who, in addition to the skills of a Master Assassin, also possesses new abilities, like enhanced eagle vision, and weapons, such as the air rifle and grenade launcher
  • Witness Shay's transformation from an adventurous Assassin to a grim Templar willing to hunt down his former brothers. Experience the events that lead Shay down a dark path and set him on a course that will forever change the fate of the Brotherhood
  • New and Improved Naval Gameplay: Assassin's Creed Rogue builds on the award-winning naval experience from Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag with all-new gameplay, including new weapons and enemy tactics
  • Vast and Diverse Open World to Explore. Shay's story will allow you to explore three unique environments: the artic North Atlantic, American River Valley, and New York City

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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard

North America, 18th century. Amid the chaos and violence of the French and Indian War, Shay Patrick Cormac, a fearless young member of the Assassin Brotherhood, undergoes a dark transformation that will forever shape the future of the colonies. After a dangerous mission goes tragically wrong, Shay turns his back on the Assassins who, in response, attempt to end his life. Cast aside by those he once called brothers, Shay sets out on a mission to wipe out all who turned against him and to ultimately become the most feared Assassin hunter in history.

Introducing Assassin’s Creed Rogue, the darkest chapter in the Assassin’s Creed franchise yet. As Shay, you will experience the slow transformation from Assassin to Assassin hunter. Follow your own creed and set off on an extraordinary journey through New York City, the wild river valley, and far away to the icy cold waters of the North Atlantic in pursuit of your ultimate goal, to bring down the Assassins.

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Platform:PlayStation 3  |  Edition:Standard
Release date November 11, 2014
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4.5 out of 5 stars 508 customer reviews

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By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on November 12, 2014
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
Being a die hard fan, its hard for me to not enjoy this installment, especially given it gives you an opportunity to experience life from the other side. And being able to explore the lore from the side of the Templars is a real treat and makes things far more cat and mouse than previous installments. And while all the appeal is still there, there are some pretty wincing flaws.

You're another floating set of eyes at Abstergo, and your introduction to the universe is short and unsatisfying. In lockdown after a set of memories you're analyzing crashes Abstergo HQ. There's a lot of retconning and head scratching moments, and the characters wonder aloud repeatedly if Shay survived this or that. But if this is genetic memory, that means he had to survive until he had a kid at least right? These and other plot holes are introduced, but other moments are obvious nods to characters from previous games and are handled pretty well as a cameo. Your colonial Assassin turned Templar is Shay, an Irish Assassin who turns against the Order over disagreements over use of artifacts the Order recovers. This is a pretty sharp turn short of "I hate you all and want you to die," and the explanations provided as to why he goes full Vengance on his old Order and friends isn't very believable. Historical figures are again present but feel a tad shoehorned in, but otherwise they draw your attention to some that typically don't get a mention in a history book ever. I didn't know GW even HAD a brother before this.

The characters are nice and well varied, and its nice to see that even the Assassins do have their share of psychos, having had the morale high ground in the past 7 games.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
I'm a longtime Assassins Creed fan, and have played most of the more prominent games in the series. I was incredibly excited at a dual release of AC in November. I played Unity first- loved its recreation of Paris, but overall the story was bland, and it was just full of monotonous and repetitive 'treasure hunt' tasks. I view it as a missed opportunity by Ubisoft to create a more outstanding and unique AC game for next gen consoles.

Having just finished the main storyline of Rogue, in hindsight I should have played this game before Unity to keep some semblance of story continuity ( AC storylines tend to jump around anyway). What gets me the most is that after playing Black Flag last year, almost all of the missions and activities in Rogue ARE EXACTLY THE SAME! Black Flag as a game was far better total package, and Rogue has a better storyline than Unity but suffers from being a carbon copy of Black Flag mechanics.

Not being a professional software developer, I could also see some of the flaws in gameplay when they copied over the codes from previous games. The free running and parkour system always has it problems ( sometimes jumping in a 90 degree opposite from where you want to go), but being shot at by snipers through buildings, having enemies instantaneously appear, or the lack of ability to engage multiple enemies effectively means that the experience is compromised a little!

Not that Ubisoft probably cares, but a pet peeve of mine is the irritating 'wild goose chase' missions, where you chase your target for minutes on end, and the whole battle drags out from one melodramatic cut scene after another. Rogue has these plus more!
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3Edition: Standard
There is very little original about AC Rogue. They basically try to mesh the larger naval combat of AC Black Flag (with restrictions), with the colonial aesthetics of colonial America from AC III.

The great gimmick is that the Assassin you play this time around turns over to the Templars and (effectively) destroys the Assassins in North America (leading to the situation faced by Connor in AC III). The high point of the game is the protagonist from the Animus, Shay Cormac. His transition from the Assassins to the Templars is actually a bit slow on the plot, about a quarter of the way in the game, and very well done. It is incredibly credible, and the Templars are successfully shown as people, with a different philosophy than the assassins, as opposed to cartoonish mustache twirling villains.

Unfortunately, the present day events destroy most of that, and the present day Templars basically are villains from a cartoon. The present day events are fast becoming a drag in the overall quality of the story for the series, mostly because Ubisoft is profoundly dedicated to in not advancing the plot. We learn a few bits of information, as we did in Black Flag, but while there is an advanced story inside the Animus, mostly nothing happens outside the Animus.

The fighting is still being improved and works really well, they introduce the air rifle for multiple darts which is very neat, and also a grenade laucher which basically is a cheat if you are having trouble with a segment.

The very neat part is that since you are basically fighting against assassins, you frequently face opponents with similar characteristics than yours. It introduces elements which were mostly from the multiplayer games into the single player storyline and it was very well done.
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