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My updated, detailed Assassins Creed game rankings
First off, I know I’m a random internet stranger so why do you care about my opinion? I just want to create a discussion about the qualities we like in the games, from old fans to new. I’ve been a pretty die hard fan since the original game and have beaten all of the games save Origins and Odyssey probably 3 times, with some games like AC2 probably as much as 10 times.
After AC3 was remastered I played everything from 3 up to and including Syndicate. I replayed the Ezio trilogy last year so that’s also fresh in my mind.
For clarity I would like to mention, I will be excluding Origins from this ranking. Idk why but when I played it on release it left a bad taste in my mouth. I couldn’t feel compelled by Bayek and the story was as mundane as I expected. Kill a few guys and at the very end form the assassins. I know this is an unpopular opinion so I really don’t want the point of this post to focus on origins, not until I find some time to give it another shot.
10. Assassins Creed (2007)- now I love this game don’t get me wrong. But it has just been obliterated by the passage of time. Everything feels outdated compared to new titles. I know people rip on it for being repetitive but honestly it felt so good to have a structured order, and carry out missions. I felt like a like soldier. I think this game really solidified the idea of what it means to be an assassin, and it’s something that was missing later on. You really have to put in the grunt work to get your kill and it makes it feel so rewarding. The game didn’t hold your hand. You had to know where in the city to go, and remember to overhear the best escape routes. Later games seem to want to streamline the big assassination moments and just kinda hand it to you on a silver platter, without feeling like you’ve really earned it.
9. AC Unity- this is probably the most controversial ranking here. I didn’t play it on launch as I didn’t have a PS4 at the time. Now when I first played it I felt so underwhelmed. I just gave it a second go and I gotta say. There’s not a lot redeeming about this game. Here’s what it has. Great customization, Probably my favorite combat, and by far the best parkour. But to me AC combat has never been bad. I’ve always round it satisfying. So this one game having combat that does stand out doesn’t do a lot for me. I played a lot of the side missions to really experience all of Paris. The story I feel kinda sucks. Kills don’t feel earned and villains aren’t fleshed out at all. Arno is a fun character and his relationship with Élise is good. I just wish it would have dug deeper in the Templar vs Assassin ideology. Here’s my biggest problem. Revolutionary Paris feels more like a background to the story than at the forefront like I thought it should of been. I compare it to AC3 where in that game you were taking part in major battles. You were at independence hall in Philadelphia. This game you are at the bastille... and that really feels like it’s it. Everything is happening in the background. Maybe they were going for that feeling, but to me it just feels like it’s a time period not fully experienced.
8. AC Rogue- now I really like this game. Honestly the only reason I’m putting it this low is because how quickly it’s over. It really leaves you wanting more. It refined everything about Black Flag and was a breath of fresh air into the combat systems, and how assassins hunted you. Not a whole lot to complain about here. Being a Templar for a change was fun.
7. AC3- An amazing setting really bogged down by the main character and the pacing of the story. I love the naval combat. Love the trading. The homestead mission are by far the best part. But the Haytham intro, while cool, over stays it’s welcome. And by the time you dawn the assassin hood at the end of sequence 5 the game just feels like it speeds along to an ending.
6. Black Flag- This game used to be at my number 2 spot, but after replaying it again recently. Wow. This game is a slog. Every mission is a trailing mission. Every single one. It got so frustrating. The ship combat is really fantastic, but really once the novelty of it kinda wears off the game kinda drags on especially later in the story when things start moving way faster than they were previously. I like Edward a lot though. But how he dies later on fighting 2 guys seems really silly to me. Also the combat in this game (and 3 for that matter) seem to be the easiest in the series. So take that how you will. Great game, but on repeated platings it really doesn’t hold up imo.
5. Revelations-this is Ezio at his best. A wise old man just searching for knowledge. The closure on Altair’s story is great those are the best parts. What I’m not a fan of here is the lack of innovation from Brotherhood to here. Constantinople is kinda forgettable. The tower defense thing while not hated by me as much as others can be quite a drag.
4. Syndicate-this one really rose in my rankings. I like the setting. The protagonists are kinda forgettable. They each feel like one half of a full assassin. I like the villians. A little cartoonish tbh but this game really shows what the Templar’s grand plan looks like in action. I don’t like how there is almost no customization in this game compared to Unity. But the gameplay here is so smooth. The stealth is great although combat was a slight regression from Unity.
3. Odyssey-now, this game sucks as an assassins creed game. I know what they were going for, but what I want out of these games is all that Isu stuff to be a nice backdrop to the assassins vs Templar conflict. In this game it’s kinda the focus and you don’t even play as an assassin. Your basically a spartan warrior. it’s really fun though. The world is breathtaking. The side content is superb. The main story I really like. I know others drag on it. I’m not sure why. It feels like a full fledged odyssey as you trek across the Greek Archipelago to restore your family. Not a huge fan of the combat admittedly, enemies are really damage sponges. But it gets the job done.
2. Brotherhood- Took AC2 and pushed it even further to greatness. My only reason this isn’t number one is the story at points can drag compared to 2, and while I love Rome I actually like the cities in 2 more with their unique individual feeling. But here Ezio comes into his own. Building up the brotherhood is a great feeling, and seeing your progress. You really feel like you are making a direct impact on Rome. Cesare is still my favorite main villian.
1. AC2- Oh God Oh Fuck. What hasn’t been said about this already. This still holds up to me. The side content is kinda whatever but the main story and side characters are all so memorable. I try to separate nostalgia here as much as I can. I’m sure that’s here a little. But I just love this game so much.
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