Desmond Miles is trained to become a modern-day Assassin through the resurrected memories of ancestor Ezio Auditore da Firenze, who uncovers a massive Templar conspiracy in Renaissance Italy leading to the new Pope.

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Ezio (voice)
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Lucy Stillman (voice)
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Desmond Miles / Adam (voice)
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Mario Auditore (voice)
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Leonardo da Vinci / Federico's Doctor (voice)
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Rodrigo Borgia (voice)
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Ellen David ...
Maria Auditore / Venetian Citizen (voice)
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Claudia Auditore / Petruccio Auditore / Bianca Riario - The Batte for Forli DLC / Ottaviano Riario - The Battle for Forli DLC (voice)
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Frederico Auditore / Ugo (voice)
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Antonio (voice)
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Rosa (voice)
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Uberto (voice)
Roc LaFortune ...
Carlo Grimaldi (voice)
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After escaping from Abstergo, Desmond Miles is led to an assassin safe house by Lucy Stillman, and accesses the genetic memories of Ezio Auditore da Firenze, his ancestor from 15th Century Renaissance Italy. After witnessing his father and brothers murdered, Ezio becomes an assassin and vows revenge on those who committed the crime. With the help of family and real historical figures, including Leonardo da Vinci, Ezio uncovers a greater conspiracy which would lead him directly to the religious hub of the world and a Spaniard by the name of Rodrigo Borgia, the man who would become Pope Alexander VI. Written by mallen92506

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The truth is written in blood


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Trivia

When you first meet Ezio's uncle, Mario, he says, "It's a me, Mario!", a reference to Super Mario Bros. See more »

Goofs

In "Last Man Standing", as Ezio walks into the square, his family stands on the gallows with their hands free. When we cut to the cut scene, however, their hands are tied behind their backs. See more »

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Rodrigo Borgia: So sorry to have claimed your prize, Assassin. Did you honestly think I wouldn't expect you to follow? That I didn't plan for it? We've been at this a lot longer than you.
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Followed by Assassin's Creed III: Liberation (2012) See more »

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All I can say about this game is: WOW
18 January 2010 | by (Bahrain) – See all my reviews

I've been saying to everybody, if you didn't play Assassin's Creed (AC) 1 yet, play it before you play Assassin's Creed 2. Although, there is not much link between the two parts, AC2 is much more advanced than AC1. When I first played AC1, I loved it, but I had few comments (which everyone did), but now in AC2, all these comments were taken care of, making this game the best game in 2009.

They have taken care of many comments, which many players had including me. They have dealt with the repetition in AC1, there is limited repetition, where the story is much smoother and different. They have dealt with the fact that a great assassin jumping from building to building could not swim, now the assassin can swim wherever he desires. The graphics have been enhanced. There are more weapons to use and not limited to the sword, assassination blade and throwing knives.

I would say that Ubisoft should be very proud for being able to create such a great game. We will definitely be waiting for Assassin's Creed 3.


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