Assassins Creed II is a 2009 video game developed by Ubisoft Montréal and published by Ubisoft. The game is the second installment of the acclaimed ‘Assassin’s Creed’ series, following 2007’s ‘Assassin’s’. The gameplay is more challenging than the previous game, and will test the player’s skills and patience. The story follows the lives of a group of Assassins in various regions around the world.
Assassins Creed II
Assassins Creed II is a great action game, but it’s also a little rough around the edges. Its graphics are a bit dated, and the controls aren’t terribly user-friendly. The game is filled with swear words – most of which are in Italian – and the subtitles might not pick up on all of them. Violence is also a problem in this game, as blood is splattered in some cutscenes and when Ezio kills an enemy.
Assassins Creed II’s combat system is a major improvement over its predecessor, and players won’t be forced to repeat side quests, which made the first game feel too repetitive. The combat system in Assassins Creed II is also much more fluid than in its predecessor. The AI in Assassins’ Creed II is more ruthless, and the player is free to use a variety of weapons and disguises to make their own strategy.