Admiral M wrote:
I like the Assassin's Creed series, but the games are just so alike that you are really just paying for the story. There is only so much free running around Common Era Europe that one can do before it becomes tedious.
I appreciate the differences between each game, but there simply aren't enough of them. Even the missions are redundant.
-Oh, here's the mission where we dress up as actors to infiltrate a play.
-Here's the mission where you have to tail someone for 25 minutes without being seen.
-Here's the missions where you dress up as a soldier to infiltrate the enemy camp.
-Here's the mission where you track down a random thief because he stole something belonging to the hot chick.
I really enjoy these kind of open-world games, but they do get kind of old after a while. I just want to skip all the random side missions and do the story. And I'm so tired of having to do all the missions without being detected! I keep having to restart levels because some random dude on the street saw me.