The American Colonies, 1775. It's a time of civil unrest and political upheaval in the Americas. As a Native American assassin fights to protect his land and his people, he will ignite the flames of a young nation's revolution. Assassin's Creed III takes you back to the American Revolutionary War, but not the one you've read about in history books.
The Assassin's Creed series to me has always been a bumpy ride. You've got the high points, mostly involving the characters who you jump into as you assassinate high-ranking targets and their numbered guard, and the low points, revolving around Desmond Miles trying to figure out things in the modern day (though some of you still like him, that's just the way it goes). But overall it's been a series that has grown into something spectacular, even though last year's Revelations stumbled a bit upon the familiar – and included a tower defense factor I didn't feel was necessary. But now the series has shifted into something even more monumental, and even though Assassin's Creed III has its issues, I can't help but feel this is a truly... Read Review