Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (2010)

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Desmond Miles continues to travel the memories of Ezio Auditore, bringing him to turn-of-the-century Rome with Ezio rebuilding the assassin order to bring down the tyrannical Borgia rule.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Lucy Stillman (voice)
Desmond Miles (voice)
Mario Auditore (voice)
Manuel Tadros ...
Rodrigo Borgia (voice)
Claudia Auditore da Firenze / Crying Boy (voice)
Arthur Holden ...
Octavien de Valois / Ercole Massimo - The Da Vinci Disappearance DLC (voice)
Lucrezia Borgia (voice)
Shaun Hastings (voice)
Rebecca Crane (voice)
Harry Standjofski ...
Juan Borgia the Elder (voice)
Vito DeFilippo ...
La Volpe (voice)


Desmond Miles returns to Renaissance Italy to follow the life of his ancestor Ezio Auditore. After seeing his home destroyed, Ezio travels to Rome in an effort to rebuild the Assassin Order and bring down the Borgia family, who rule the city with an iron fist. Along the way, the modern day assassins hope to discover the location of the Piece of Eden, or "The Apple" before the Templars find out first. Written by mallen92506

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Assassin's Creed: Братство крови  »

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While playing as Desmond, players can find a set of bright red footprints in Eagle Vision while in Monterigionnni (leading from the Villa to the sewers). A popular opinion by gamers was that this was a clue to indicate that either Lucy, Shaun or Rebecca may be a Templar. In truth, the footprints were accidentally left in by the programmers when beta testers got lost during the initial missions at the Villa. See more »


Desmond tells Rebecca that there are still some problems with the translation. Rebecca tells Desmond to be careful if he encounters any French or Germans. But when you meet the French captain he speaks better English than the Italians. See more »


Rebecca Crane: Death is only funny when it's not happening in front of you.
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Follows Assassin's Creed II (2009) See more »

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For newcomers, DO NOT skip this game.
30 November 2012 | by (Bailey Downs!) – See all my reviews

The Villa Auditore is destroyed by Cesare Borgia(history tells us he was a nice guy *AHEM*!!!) and Ezio takes down the Borgia empire via recruiting.

Before I start, I'll skip to the end. The end left me SPEECHLESS! I could not believe what happened at the end. I sat there, watching the credits, in shock(BTW the first time I have EVER sat and watched the end credits to a game). If you are anywhere near as into the games as I am, consider that a warning.

I will now move onto the negatives. I hated how you had to be 100% in sync with Ezio for things that don't really matter like one mission you have to get to one of the head assassins before he assassinates one of the others. The way I got there was I ran and went to my objective marker as quickly as I could and it meant I had to swim. The end result, synchronization for that level reached 50%. Why? I swam.

Onto the good parts. You feel VERY powerful with your assassin recruits. Let me explain by using a scenario. A group of guards have you cornered, you know you can't fight them all, call your 6 assassins and they'll assassinate each one for you. The likely chances of that happening are minimal at best but you could use it to take out rooftop guards, people who find you suspicious etc.

There is one thing that was weird in my book - I treated my recruits as I would anyone else I was leading. There was one time where they assassinated 2 guards, 2 others came out of nowhere, they were already running. I took out a crossbow and shot the two that were attacking the assassins. More or less, I treated them as human beings which is weird in my book.

I also like the fact that in this game you are fighting for more than just revenge, its back to the physics of the first one where you're fighting for freedom. You feel like a 16th century V from V for Vendetta only you're killing Borgias not some imaginary politician.

Overall this is my vote for best game with Ezio in it however with that being said, I still prefer the first.

PS. I've already starting Revelations and I'm LOVING it.

PPS. I only had 50% synchronization overall.

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