Assassin’s Creed: Rogue Review – Very much repetition of Black Flag




Funny, actually. Ubisoft has one franchise within two games that both have a” milked “concept” joked a friend of ours recently. It gave birth to our excellent Assassin’s Creed: Unity received criticism left and right, and not just because of the bugs that many gamers were found to suffer from. Several players found the game too much like the old games, and found that there is something more new elements were allowed to sit. If players from that group also get to work with Assassin’s Creed: Rogue, the same criticism is obvious. The game is all a development of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, which is also evident from what the game dishes out.

Tested on: Xbox 360
Also available for: PlayStation 3, 2015. Also on PC

That provides for Ubisoft so strange situation. After last year’s Black Flag had acquired a nice fan base. Those fans walked away with the new setting and the role of sailing in the game, and they found Assassin’s Creed series as suddenly a lot more fun. In contrast, the group Black Flag perhaps best liked, but Assassin’s Creed looks best in a big city. Ubisoft this fall trying to satisfy both groups set by the two variants to create a game, but a lot of goodwill French publisher does not count. The buggy release of Unity, but also the hassle around the graphics of Watchdogs last spring, have the image of Ubisoft no good.
No multiplayer and no app

It is very doubtful whether Assassin’s Creed: Rogue game is that there is going to bring in a turnaround. As mentioned, the game seems a lot like Black Flag, and it comes with the game in some ways is even less than last year’s game. For example, a striking lack is a companion app. Black Flag could thus control your Kenway’s Fleet and you could help ships your friends by giving them an extra speed boost or repair. That was fun to do and it worked convenient. Making had such app, with those of Black Flag as a base, also need not be overly difficult. Still, Ubisoft has not found it necessary to make a companion app for Rogue. The honor is reserved to feature such app Assassin’s Creed: Unity. A multiplayer mode is absent. Nearby Unity least has co-content, Rogue is a complete single player game.

Launch trailer of Assassin’s Creed: Rogue.

So the danger is lurking that Assassin’s Creed: Rogue very negative is approached. However, that is not right again. Yes, the game might be missing a lot of the support that Black Flag did have, and it’s still strange to spend a game now running only on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, but it is in the base and Rogue remains a good game . The game offers a new character, a new area including New York and explore the city, and all sorts of gameplay elements from Black Flag that are just slightly better developed.
Graphic equal to Black Flag

However, the choice remains for the ‘old-gens’ remarkable. It is of course nice that Ubisoft game makes those people without newer console or a good PC to play, but it also means that fans of the franchise both an older console as a newer platform need. Moreover, Rogue audiovisual seen to take a step back from all that we know today. Especially when you last month first Assassin’s Creed: Unity’ve played, it’s quite a shock to get back on a PS3 / Xbox 360 level to come back. Rogue gets audiovisual same level as Black Flag. The presence of the Northern Lights is brand new, as well as a number of animations, but otherwise his Black Flag and Rogue some graphics terms not very different.


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