I truly enjoyed this game and it's new features and continuing multiplaying experience as well. Though a short game in story mode, it's still a great game and has many great qualities such as DLC's, a short movie, and so on. So far, I love this game, but to me the best game is Assassin's Creed II. Old characters such as Ezio, Altair, and Al Mualim make a comeback, and also new characters are introduced.
Plot. Shortly after Brotherhood, modern day assassin Desmond Miles has fallen into a breakdown, and his fellow assassins has put him into a specialized safe area of the Animus. There, he meets Subject 16, who joins him to help reassemble shattered mind. Once again he lives the memories of Ezio Auditore. Shortly after freeing Italy from the Templars, Ezio begins to question his life as an assassin, which takes him to Masyaf. By the time he arrives, he discovers that Masyaf is overrun by Templars, but Ezio escapes. His next journey takes him to Constantinople, where he discovers that an army of Templars forming in the city. With an ancient artifact in his hands, he discovers that there are five keys, which leads to the secrets of Masyaf, thus also living the memories of his predecessor, Altair. Now Ezio joins with a band of Assassins led by Yusuf, and fight against the Templars once again.
When Ezio obtains the keys of Masyaf, he starts to live the memories of his predecessor Altair, in which you can take control of him once again since the first game and Bloodlines. Altair now has the same abilities as Ezio, and he can climb as fast as well. As for Desmond, when he enters strange narrow doorways, he starts to recount his past of when he was living in an off-the-grid place known as "The Farm". Also, to take a break from story mode, players can play in multiplayer mode, and the more levels they gain, they get more weapons and items like in the last game. Ezio still has his parachute that was created by his old friend Leonardo DaVinci in Brotherhood. Not to forget, you can seize control of the city by taking over the Templar Den, and you have to kill the Templar Captain before doing so.
Concept. The game features a rich developed storyline that continues where Brotherhood left off. The game's new features, makes this game unique in very good aspects. Also, the multiplayer experience gives players a chance to compete once again against family, friends, and so on. The purpose of this game is to guide all three main characters to their destined goals such as Desmond, fixing his shattered memories, Ezio joining the Turkish assassins against the Templars, and Altair's story after the first game and Bloodlines is finally revealed as well.
Graphics. While playing the game, the graphics remain the same as the last three games and there are now CGI scenarios during the intro and many other scenes in the game. Also, there are no sex sequences like in Brotherhood and AC II this time. I liked how the game's enhanced graphics define the experience that is the world of Assassin's Creed. Excellent isn't it?
Music. Jesper Kyd once again composes in the game, which was a wise choice from the developers. I remember how epic his composing was in the series, especially in the first and second games. The main theme was incredibly well made, and I have to applaud Mr. Kyd for that. Bravo!
1st. Impressions. There were some hilarious moments in the game such as Ezio disguising himself as an Italian singer that were in AC II and Brotherhood, and how horrible he sang. I was also impressed by the various techniques you could do with the hookblade and also hanging on through a zipline. Also, exploring tombs to get the keys of Altair was like getting the emblems to obtain the formers armor, and also to obtain the Armor of Brutus in Brotherhood. The Assassin's Creed short movie, Embers, was a great addition as an epilogue of Ezio's story in the series.
Rantings. What I don't like about this game is that like Brotherhood it was very short. I also wanted more missions of Cappadocia, because I thought that place would have had more action, but still it was a sweet deal. Enemies I hated in this game were the Janissaries, they are very hard to kill, especially since they had guns. Also I found ridiculously funny when Ezio was disguised as an Italian singer.
Good Aspects. This game has a million great qualities and it is one of the best games I have played so far. The replay value is high, thanks to not only the story mode, but the multiplayer as well. I also enjoyed the game's epilogue movie, Assassin's Creed: Embers. Also I had a great time in the best moments of the game, and this game concludes with a bang.
Overall. Assassin's Creed: Revelations is not the best game, but a great one. This game gets a 9.8 out of 10.
God Bless and Play Hard Gamers!