Assassins Creed: Brotherhood
Exquisite, detailed reproduction of Rome.
Great voice acting makes you care about the eclectic ensemble cast.
Lairs are a pleasure to explore.
Online investing makes economy even more meaningful.
Long adventure stuffed with lots of varied missions.
Recruiting, training, and deploying assassins adds a completely new dimension to the story mode.
Chunky SP campaign spanning 20 odd hours.
Multiplayer is surprisingly enjoyable.
Assassin recruitment is contrived and ultimately meaningless.
Some audiovisual glitches and other troubles.
The single player campaign doesn’t last quite as long as its predecessors.
Certain missions can get a bit annoying.
Frame rates are a bit iffy.
Camera spazes out at times.
By Fusion Mods on May 04, 2011
Developer: UbisoftPublisher: UbisoftPlatform: PC (Reviewed), XBox 360, PS3Price: $48.95I played the original Assassins Creed on the 360 a little while after it came out. What I played amazed me. Assassins Creed offered a lush environment...80
By Game Chronicles Magazine on April 08, 2011
It’s been quite a journey to get to this review. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood is the third installment in the Ubisoft’s signature franchise, yet it lacks that numeric distinction, a hint that this is more of a 2.5 release, a...92
By PC Advisor on April 07, 2011
As brilliant to play as it is to behold. A masterpiece. Matthew Handrahan...100
By Strategy Informer on March 31, 2011
In case you hadn't already figured it out, Strategy Informer has a bit of a soft spot for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. First, we gave the console version a 9.5, calling it "one of this year's finest releases". We then slapped a big old...95
By Neoseeker on March 30, 2011
Ubisoft released their third entry in the Assassin's Creed universe late last year on consoles, to universal praise from the press and fans alike. Since then they've been working on a proper PC version with all the bells and whistles the...80
By GameSpot on March 28, 2011
Its beautiful vision of 15th-century Rome is just one of many reasons to get lost in Assassin's Creed:...85
By PC Gamer on March 28, 2011
An exhilarating adventure teeming with unique things to see and do— and most importantly, people to...86
By IGN Gear on March 17, 2011
Brotherhood is a great game, but it’s hard to wholeheartedly recommend. This is really a title designed for fans of Assassin’s Creed II, as it’s a continuation of that story, but the reality is that people who finished that game want...80
By PCWorld New Zealand on January 27, 2011
I’ve never played games in the Assassin’s Creed series before, but I hear Brotherhood is more of the same in a lot of ways – renovating buildings, embarking on stealth missions, running at walls to see what happens and being a sexy...100
By GadgetReview on January 15, 2011
A game’s weaknesses are rarely also strengths, but perhaps we’ve all been gauging something wrong with Assassin’s Creed. The series has thus far been based on dumb AI and seemingly basic gameplay problems…and yet we keep playing...80