Assassin's Creed Revelations 2-Years Later ReviewGuest_Jim_* - November 6, 2013
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The end of Assassin's Creed Brotherhood left gamers with a cliffhanger they undoubtedly wanted to see resolved, and one year later, it was. Assassin's Creed Revelations continues the story of Desmond Miles after his collapse from exposure to the Apple of Eden. He is now trapped within the Animus, a tool to experience the memories of one's ancestors, because his time in the Animus and the Apple has caused his mind to start losing its grasp on time. Is he Desmond, of the present day, Ezio Auditore who lived five hundred years ago, or Altaïr ibn-La'Ahad who lived still longer ago? The only way for his mind to heal now is to learn what is left of his ancestors' wisdom.
Like the previous titles, this game has a Mature rating, for blood, violence, strong language, and sexual themes. If you should not be exposed to any of that, you should not be reading this review.
Should we uncover the past to gain what knowledge remains, or allow Desmond's mind to shatter as it crumbles beneath the weight of multiple histories? Read on to decide.