Assassin's Creed III 1-Year Later ReviewGuest_Jim_* - November 6, 2013
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Until the release of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Assassin's Creed III represents the latest PC title from the franchise. The setting for this game spans the years around the American Revolution, allowing you to meet the founding fathers of the nation, or at least a fictionalized form of them. Being an Assassin, seeking only to stop the Templars, you are not necessarily aligned with the Colonists or the British, although generally the Colonists' interests align most with yours.
As with the previous games in the franchise, this is a third-person action adventure game, with an emphasis on stealth and movement. Though your character, Ratonhnhaké:ton or Conner, is an able fighter and can survive direct encounters with enemies, if you can find a way to avoid such conflicts, it would likely be best. The game has a Mature rating from the ESRB for intense violence, blood, strong language, and sexual themes. It deserves this rating, so if you should not be exposed to that content, you should probably not be reading this review, which includes uncensored screenshots.
Should you join the fight once more against the Templars and help create a nation, or leave such endeavors to more interested people? Read on to see.