Assassin's Creed Brotherhood 3-Years Later ReviewGuest_Jim_* -
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When we left Desmond and the modern-day Assassin's, they were evacuating a warehouse that had just been attacked by the Templars. Desmond's ancestor, Ezio Auditore da Firenze, however, had successfully defeated the Templar Master and received a message from the First Civilization. Assassin's Creed Brotherhood picks up where both stories left off, with Desmond and company going to a new safe house, so he can enter the Animus to find what happened to Ezio's Piece of Eden, and Ezio returning home for some well-earned rest. As you can guess, Ezio's respite does not last long.
Though just a year separates Brotherhood from its predecessor, there have been a number of changes to it. Graphics, interface, controls, economy, and missions have all seen revisions, in one form or another, and some new features have also been added. One thing that has not changed, though, is the Mature rating, for blood, violence, strong language, and sexual themes.
Should we return to the Renaissance to fight today's war, or leave the past in the past? Time to find out.