07-18-2012 09:55 AM
I just finished the AC II yesterday. I know the Brotherhood and Revelation continues afte eath other. But are those worth buying and playing? I have read some review, it said those were not quite match up to the AC II. I like the multiplayer of 2 games, but the tower defense and the 1st person puzzle in the Revelation kinda keep me not buying it. Should I buy those game or just wait until the AC 3 comes out? Thanks guys
07-18-2012 02:33 PM - edited 07-18-2012 06:15 PM
I recommend you play Brotherhood as it furthers the story and its new features (assassin's recruits, combined weapons) are pretty cool. But for Revelations idk I don't think I will be buying that either lol
07-19-2012 09:16 AM
07-19-2012 09:35 AM
Definately get Brotherood as it has more gameplay to offer than Revelations.
Revelations is good too but it is fairly short and the Den Defense...you don't really 'have' to play them.
Only the first tutorial and after that just don't get your detection to full and you won't have to protect towers and if you appoint Master Assassin's to each den (by raising them to Lv 15 and doing select mission) you never have to worry about tower falling
but yeah definately get Brotherood first if you can. You can buy it used if you wish, it does not use an online pass like ACR
07-19-2012 11:50 PM
07-25-2012 12:07 PM
Revelations at best buy is selling for $10 (only until this coming Friday, but I would double check your local Best Buy to make sure). Make sure you get the one that includes the first AC, if you haven't played it yet.
I would also just get both for the continuation of the story, if story is your thing, but also because of the many different historical people and parts of the world you are able to experience. Brotherhood has upgraded some of the features from ACII like the Divinci war machine side missions, combat, and of course the ability to hire and train your own assassins. (just to name a few) According to the reviews I've seen revelations, had a stronger character development and a slight upgrade in graphics but most of the game's features were smilar to brotherhood. If I had to choose between the two I would say brotherhood.