It won't arrive in time for the long weekend, but as far as free games go (for those with an Xbox Live subscription), April is looking very good.
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Video: I was kidnapping a guy the other night in Assassin's Creed Syndicate and overheard a couple of Londoners engaging in some insult sword fighting. If you ask me, most of the enemies in these games fight like dairy farmers...
Assassin's Creed Syndicate's new Jack The Ripper expansion is a compelling if rough-edged remix of the base game that cleverly works in one of history's most famous killers. It pulls off another trick, too, going to extraordinary lengths to engender empathy for a group of people who don't get much of it in video games: prostitutes.
This spring's big Assassin's Creed game features not one but two main characters: twin siblings Jacob and Evie Frye. Obviously one is better than the other. The question is, which?
We've been pleasantly surprised by Assassin's Creed Syndicate 'round these parts. In the ever-unfolding tapestry that is the Assassin's Creed franchise, Syndicate is one of the good ones.
Assassin's Creed Syndicate's various add-on missions, given to those who preordered the game or who bought it on a specific platform, are wildly uneven in quality. The worst were even advertised in misleading fashion. The best should make Xbox One fans temporarily jealous of PS4 owners. Let's break this down.
Last year I was impressed with a state of the art Assassin's Creed kiss. This year? The latest Assassin's Creed team has upped their game with combat animations.
"We'll no doubt have more stuff from Syndicate to show off in the weeks ahead as more of Ubisoft's artists share their work on the game." That was me, yesterday. Maybe "weeks ahead" was being overly-pessimistic.