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Ubisoft Assassin's Creed Ezio Collection PS4 - Juego (PlayStation 4, Acción, 15/11/2016, M (Maduro), Inglés, Ubisoft)

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Editor: Ubisoft
Fecha de lanzamiento: 15/11/2016
Género: Acción
Plataforma: PlayStation 4
Rango ESRB: M (Maduro)
Versión de idioma: Inglés

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great for AC veterans and newcomers alike 15 de noviembre de 2016
Por Daniel - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I played the original Ezio trilogy back in 2012, as I was trying to get caught up with the series before AC III came out. Despite the fact that it was, at the time, a 3 year old game with somewhat dated graphics relative to AC III, it still became an instant favorite for me. I very easily lost track of time exploring the cities of Renaissance Italy, and daydreaming about what it must have been like to live in that time and place. I became drawn in by Ezio's interactions with the leading figures of the Renaissance, sometimes convinced that I actually was there. When I finally finished the trilogy and began to stay current with the series, those same feelings of wonder and immersion continued, and in the cases of AC III and especially IV, they were heightened. Unity and Syndicate were enjoyable, but not as gripping as previous titles. The Ezio trilogy, however, remained a classic to me, because that was when the Assassin's Creed series really started to reach its full potential. So, when I heard they were being remastered, I was understandably excited.

If you have already played the original Ezio games, the Ezio Collection is a great blast from the past. Reliving the extraordinary life of Ezio and getting to see the cities Florence, Venice, Rome, and Constantinople in such greater clarity than before is, in my opinion, totally worth it. The games look so fresh that it almost feels like I'm playing through them for the first time. The colors are much brighter than they used to be, and the textures are much more detailed. That detail tends to be most impressive with the characters' faces and clothes, in addition to the streets and buildings. If you believe that these 3 games are the best in the series, then there's no reason not to get this collection. And if you haven't played the original games but have played more recent installments, it's never too late to go back. Don't you go thinking that these games will seem boring after exploring the colonial frontier or sailing across the Caribbean, because they won't. Even if you've never played any AC games, this is still a great starting point. The original Assassin's Creed was at times very monotonous and stale compared to subsequent installations, so it may we worth just reading a summary of the first game and then picking up here. Also, $60 seems to me an excellent price for 3 full (except for online play) remastered games, especially after seeing Call of Duty's idea of how to (or rather, how NOT to) package remastered games. I greatly look forward to playing through this entire trilogy, and you should too.
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4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good story 8 de diciembre de 2016
Por Cher B - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I played the Ezio collection o PS3 and tried to get my husband to play through them as well. He managed to get through AC2 before another game on PS4 came out. I thought this would be nice so he can play it on his preferred system and I could wonder over the enhancements. The game is beautiful on the 4 and I'm looking forward to playing through the series again myself.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Spectacular collection! 30 de diciembre de 2016
Por Sergio Prieto - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The only exposure I had to the 'Assassin's Creed' series prior to playing this collection was the third major installment. That one instantly hooked me, and it made me want to learn more about the franchise. As a result, I ended up playing the first major installment on the PS3. Afterwards, I bought this collection. I am only about halfway through 'AC II', but it is very interesting so far. There is so much to do in the game apart from the main story that I doubt that I will start on 'Brotherhood' or 'Revelations' anytime soon. It all keeps me wanting to play more and more. The visuals look great, but I cannot make any valid comparisons to the PS3 counterparts because I have never played those. The game mechanics are sharp and simple enough to understand quickly. And, the story and its characters really are gratifying. All in all, I am so glad that I decided to purchase this collection.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas One of my favorite games ever! 10 de diciembre de 2016
Por WynterFire11 - Publicado en Amazon.com
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Ezio is my favorite in the AC line, and I'm excited that they remastered it for PS4. My daughter and grandson are big Ezio fans as well. Daughter bought herself a copy. Grandson will have to wait until his mom buys him a PS4! Great game, great storyline, memorable characters, real history, and you learn a little Italian along the way.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Turned me into a gamer 18 de enero de 2017
Por SteveInSac - Publicado en Amazon.com
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The Ezio collection is a set of older games from the Assassin's Creed series. I've not been a big gamer, but this game changed that. First things first though.

As many people have complained over the years, the controls are jacked in this game. Too many times you work your way up a tower and fall to your death because you jump away rather than up. Or you try to jump up a two foot high dock and it just refuses to respond. You may be running forward getting ready to jump in that direction when it instead has you jump to the right. The down button is supposed to release you from what you are holding on to and another tap will have you grab on to the next hold. Normally if you don't do the second tap, you just drop to the ground...or it will grab a ledge on its own. That will usually happen when you're on a timed mission and you burn up precious seconds as you grab every hold or just hang there doing nothing. There are also times when you can't get the character to engage in a fight even as soldiers are beating on you. It can be very frustrating.

Once you grow accustomed to the game's quirks, there's quite a bit here to keep you entertained for hours. I've been to Italy a few times and it's a lot of fun to explore the neighborhoods of 1470's Florence and compare with modern day. Granted, a lot of liberties were taken for the sake of gameplay and hardware/software limitations but they did a pretty good job of constructing the city accurately.

They've done a really good job of giving you a sense of heights as you climb structures. More than a few times I've held my breath climbing a tower in San Gimignano or scaling up the Duomo in Florence. Yes, there's the fear of falling and having to start again (and again). But, the designers provide an amazing perspective of the city and countryside far down below and it really immerses you in the experience. I think I had some anxiety scaling these since I didn't know exactly how the control were going to behave. At one point, I was clinging to a ledge near the top of the Duomo and needed to move over and down less than a foot. What typically worked any other time would not and I had to jump down to the ledge using a double tap that didn't work the first time. Aaaaaaaaaa...splat.

There's an ongoing story line that while fictional, uses many historical figures of the time. While not technically a free roam game, you can roam the city you're in before finding and accepting your next mission. You can proceed along the main story and accept the missions offered to further that, but you can also accept other missions that test your speed and skill (and earn money for your trouble). It's always a good idea to stock up on medicine, armor, and weapons before taking on new missions as sometimes you won't be able to purchase any of these during a mission.

There's a number of cities the game will take you mostly to carry the main story along. There are times however when I think a city had importance - like where Ezio's family is living and his financial stake in the city - and you don't really have the opportunity to come back for years. I've liked most locales, but wasn't a huge fan of Venice. I never really got my bearings there and always ended up going for an unintentional swim in one of the canals. That's just me though.

I've only had the game a week and a half and a little more than halfway through the first game, which is Assassin's Creed 2. I have spent the better part of two Sundays playing the game and most evenings. That is the biggest endorsement of this game. I have not been a huge gamer. I have COD, Battlefield 1, Division, and while I played them all pretty heavily the first few days, I lost interest in all of them and only now and again load them up for a few hours.

This game has been completely different. There are so many mission variations and objectives that make the game always fresh. Visually it is a stunning game and control issues aside, it's a lot of fun to play.