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Assassin's Creed: Odyssey - More Reviews

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by RPGWatch, Oct 11, 2018.

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    [​IMG]Two more reviews of Assassin's Creed: Odyssey:

    Gaminglyf - Score 4/5:


    Assassin's Creed Odyssey is a stunning game - a gigantic beautiful recreation of Greece, with wonderful ship combat, smooth traversal and plenty of satisfying gameplay moments. Unfortunately numerous design decisions lead to a mix of frustrating gameplay with numerous glimpses of greatness. It's not perfect, but it undoubtedly offers plenty of the series' best.

    Mancunion - Score 8.5/10:


    However, as I said, these are mainly minor qualms and they don't even come close to sabotaging this game in the way that previous titles have. I have to admit, for a person who held this series as, arguably, his favourite of all time, during its heyday, I've been waiting a long time for Assassin's Creed to get back on track. But Odyssey does more than that: in following on from Origins and the reinvention of the game's central mechanics, by adding several layers of depth to the varying types of gameplay, and choosing one the most interesting and abundant periods in history to construct is parkour-filled playground, this game has rekindled my love for this amazing series and given me hope that it will continue in its return to former, one could say, Athenian glory.
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