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 never had anything more than a passing interest in the Assassin's Creed series, and while the last one about Ninja Pirates sounded cool, I wasn't really planning on getting it. Then I heard about assassin's creed unity and that was one of the reasons I decided I wanted a PS4.
Then it got released and everyone hated it for having no playable female characters, having British accents in eighteenth century France, portraying the Revolutionary leaders as blood thirsty mad men, and apparently being a glitchy bugged out mess.
So when I got it for Christmas, I was having mixed feelings. So I tried it, and have finished Assassin's Creed Unity, and I have to say, it deserves none of the hate that it has gotten. I honestly would say it's probably the best game of 2014, to be honest.
PROS
-First of all, I have to give this game prompts just on the idea of setting a secret war between two ancient conspiracies during the French Revolution. That, in my opinion is just brilliant. This is actually what sold me on the game, since I had very little interest in assassins creed before hand.
-The Setting itself honestly steals the show. I'm pretty sure there's a one-one ratio going on in terms of the sheer size of the game world, compared to France and it's all fluidly done, there's not really any load times at all, save those when you boot it up.
-This is one of those open world games that are legitimately open world. You can literally go EVERYWHERE, since your character isn't unlike Spider man in terms of sheering climbing ability, you can literally go anywhere, any time. And it's parkour is honestly something I'd like to see in more games.
-You're able to to customize your character completely, using weapons, outfit pieces, so you can be anything from a swashbuckling Zorro wannabe with a cutlass and pistol, to a one man army wielding a battle ax, to a long coat wielding sniper, it's a great variety.
-The Graphics. Holy God. I know that PS4s were sold with graphics in mind, but there are several cases where the characters look just like real people. Not Uncanny valley, real people. Come to think of it, I haven't had a single case of Uncanny Valley.
-While the main character is rather dull, the Supporting cast is amazing. It ranges from the fiery yet pragmatic Elise, to the foul mouthed, conflicted mentor Bellec. But the greatest character is by far, Le Marquis De Sade. (Yes, I know he wasn't involved in the French Revolution, but it's a game.) He steals every scene he's in, and every line he says is hilarious.
-A combat is extremely well crafted, according to my friend Al, it's a new sort of combat system for this game. For those of you that play the Batman games, it's basically the counters, but there's no hit streak, so it's much more a timing sort of question, on top of that, the skills you unlock towards fighting add to the strategy. It all honestly feels like an honest to god movie sword fight.
-This is probably most prevalent in the first story boss. You engage him on a one on one duel, and he has all the same moves you do as you guys engage in swordplay as you move from the top of a church, falling from floor to floor until you have one final clash inside the cathedral, I honestly can't describe how amazing that scene was..
-Any game that lets you literally bring a blunderbuss to a knife fight, and then allows you to bludgeon people senseless with the butt of your gun is a masterpiece.
-During the assassination missions, you're given a wide range of options on how you want to do it, and while, predictably stealth fares better more often, you're able to do whatever way you choose. I honestly prefer the less stealthy way. 
-The story is actually very well done, while like I said, the main character isn't interesting, it still manages to show a fascinating view of the French revolution as another part of the war between two conspiracies.
-There are several time travel sequences that are honestly quite awesome, they're no more than one level each, and boil down to basically obstacle courses, but they're honestly amazing.
-There's a least a thousand side missions. So It's not one of those cases where you play, finish the story, and bam. Done. I finished the story a week ago and I'm busy doing all the Murder Mysteries, heists, and everything else.
-You have the ability to do the co-op missions solo, while I would have preferred they implemented some kind of local multiplayer so you could play with your friends while sitting on the couch together, It's good to be able to tackle them by yourself, since they are the ones that really deal with the revolution.
CONS
-Okay, the glitches. And before you ask, No. It's not the glitchy, completely unplayable mess that everyone claims it to be. None of the glitches are particularly game breaking, mainly some textures clipping through others and some citizens of France having the survival skills of an opossum, or having rag doll physics that would make the first Dark Souls game proud. The worst one happened when, while preparing to snipe at a heavily guarded tower, Arno decided to break what little hold Gravity held on him and go on a leisurely stroll from one end of a courtyard, to the other. About two hundred feet above the ground. On thin air. Ever since, that seems to be Dad's favorite strategy to suggest.
-While the combat is great, a lot of the weapons have the exact same finishers, I know this may seem nitpicky, but this is particularly a problem with the heavy weapons. You should not be bludgeoning people with a Scottish Claymore.
-While the French Revolution is a great setting, very little of it actually affects the main story. True, the Co-Op missions are a bit more focused on this, but it feels like a missed opportunity, especially the murder of Jean Paul Marat which is a side mission that consists of you running around, pointing at people and saying “They did it!”
-Also a gripe about combat, the long weapons (Spears, Halberds, the like) are a bit overpowered. Partway through the game, you unlock a skill that lets you hold the attack button for a powerful attack. However, long weapons only have one sort of finishing move-Sweeping the legs, which knocks your opponent over, combined with another skill that lets you finish off prone enemies...
- Some of the bad guys seem to have perfect AI, parrying almost every attack and not missing a single shot when they're aiming at you. Maybe I just suck at this game, I dunno.
-As I mentioned before, the main character, Arno Victor Dorian, is kinda dull. Not as bad as everyone in Noah, but he just wasn't anything special. Think Leonardo Di Caprio in every movie he's in. Not a bad job, but honestly rather forgettable.
-The Final Boss in an EXTREMELY anticlimactic scene. You hide, until he's not looking, then you walk up and stabs you. And if he sees you, he basically kills you with his magical sword lasers. Not really the exciting, epic battle that one would expect.
-There are a few chests scattered around France that you can only open and items you can only unlock if, say you're connected to the internet or have been playing the companion app/whatever. Since I haven't decided whether the extra fifty bucks is worth it, I find it annoying that these restraints exist.
-Like I said, the story is well written but there are a few parts that are rather stupid, There's a mission where you have to protect someone from snipers as they're literally flying away in a hot air balloon in the middle of a lightning storm. Why? No one ever bothers to tell you.
-More Nitpicking, the British accents, yeah, it's just a bit stupid having British accents in France, it's not horrible, at least in my opinion, but it's just a bit funny.
FINAL THOUGHTS
Now, while this game was hated by pretty much everyone, and it really deserves none of that hatred. It's a video game. Not a history lesson, and it's honestly a great video game. I'd highly recommend that if you get the chance, get it.


On Christmas I got a PS4, and two games, Shadow Of Mordor and Assassin's Creed Unity, since I just got Injustice: Gods Among Us, I figure I might as well make another review, just like what I did with the Hobbit,
Shadow Of Mordor, is an interquel, (Or, as Borderlands put it; A Pre-Sequel) set between the Hobbit and Lord Of The Rings, and you play as Talion the Gravewalker, who is essentially Aragorn if he was half ghost and could come back to life. He gets sacrificed and somehow an elven wraith gets bound to him. Orc killing, of course, ensues.
PROS
-The Nemesis System, which was this game's selling point is a beautiful thing. Any time you die, you get a screen of the Orcs/Uruks/what's the difference political landscape, such as the one that last killed you getting promoted, dueling their rivals, engaging in hunts and leveling up. On top of that, all Orcs have a chance of coming back after you kill them, with some new scars and some taunts to you about it, It really makes each Orc that you meet more than once feel special.
-Kruk Thunderhead. It says a lot that I remember the random Orc who killed me, and became the strongest Orc in Mordor. Still haven't killed him. 
-The Combat and the stealth. It's ripped completely out of the Batman Arkham Games, and there are a few adjustments that have been made that work quite well, especially the Bow, whenever you draw your bow, time freezes for a limited time. --There is no words that can describe the feeling of stopping in the middle of a fight, picking off ten Orc Berserkers and going immediately back to crossing swords.
-Eventually, you gain the ability to mind control Orcs (This is not a spoiler, it was advertised.) Which allows you to do things like after sneaking around and brainwashing ten orcs, you can activate them and watch the chaos from a safe distance, it gets even better when you're able to order Orcs to assassinate one another, and then go off while your loyal servant rises through the ranks, making an army of orcs that will follow your every word.
-One of the main focuses of the story is the Wraith that is bound to Talion, these are by far the best part of the storyline, and they're all told in these almost wordless cut scenes that are beautifully done.
-The Graphics are BEAUTIFUL. I know this is one of the selling points of a PS4, but still. Just got to say that.
-The randomly-assigned traits of the uruk captains inevitably leads to some truly breathtaking scenarios. Since all Orcs have fears, which basically means if they see the object of their fear, they will run all the way to the Shire, on top of that there's a rare fear that means the Orcs are scared of YOU. So, it's hilarious to be in the middle of a fight and it cuts to a random Orc running away screaming because he happened to be passing through.
-You get to mount animals. One of which can best be describe as a Rancor from star wars. I think this needs no explanation.
CONS
-There are some REALLY unfortunate possible Orc names, yeah, I know Uruks aren't exactly known for being creative with their names, but it's not exactly intimidating when a warchief (the highest rank of Orcs) comes striding in, with his followers chanting his name, and that name being Dush Baghead. It's one of those cases that are both hilarious and where you just ask “why?” The names “Kaka” and “Uggu” while, not as bad, aren't that threatening.
-While the Nemesis-es or whatever the plural of “Nemesis” is are all great, the actual story bosses are all incredibly forgettable, easy or honestly lame. Especially the Final Boss, I really feel like if you're going to kill the guy by three or four extremely easy button presses, you shouldn't have included him.
-Come to think of it, with the exception of the Wraith's past, the entirety of the story was pretty lame. 
-The Main human character was pretty forgettable. He's Aragorn, but with less personality and dead. He's your standard 'I want my vengeance' hero.
-There's some certain times that the sound plays from the controller and those are all loud and annoying. However, you can turn them off and the important parts will still play from the actual tv.
FINAL THOUGHTS
This is not a game you get for a story, so don't buy it expecting another epic adaption of Tolkein's saga. You get it for the own experience of hunting down Orcs and making your own foes. So, If it's on sale, I'd recommend you check it out.
So...Hobbit war of the five armies. 
PROS
- It's got all the hallmarks of an epic Peter Jackson Middle Earth War Movie.
- Christopher Lee gets a fight scene. That is all.
- It's got the same beautiful asthetic as one expects from a Lord Of The Rings film, you can tell WETA's doing their all.
- The Creatures look pretty awesome.
- We finally get to see Galadriel show her full power.
- The Last three lines are amazing.
- BEORN. BEAR FORM.
CONS
- It follows the same "Good Guys kick ass, Bad Guys start murdering everyone, Good guys get cavalry, repeat from step one until done." It seems like every big war follows the same basic steps.
- While it wasn't as bad as "Return Of The King" but the ending kind of drags for a bit too long.
- That stupid dwarf and elf romance from the last game is still here. Why does it exist? I mean, First the elf girl barely has a distinct personality, but all she does is talk about love, get the crud kicked out of her by anyone that's not a mook...It's just annoying.
- There's this scene involving these awesome looking monsters...That completely vanish after ten seconds.
- Smaug was disappointing. He lasts about five minutes and four lines, which is honestly I feel a waste; Yes, it kicks off the war but still...
- There's this one character; Alfrid, who you can tell it's you're meant to hate him, but honestly? He's only good for a few lines, but he's the most stereotypically slimy coward, and he has FAR too many scenes that wear pretty thin, Could he have just died already?
- The Dwarves (The thirteen, not the army) weren't honestly that important, Thorin does his stupid "Hole up in the castle" and they really felt like a waste of time, and only Thorin, Gloin, Balin and the brothers get ANY sort of screen time, which honestly feels like a missed potential.
- Come to think of it, a lot of the best characters (Like Beorn) only get a few scenes, We don't see Gandalf be as awesome as he usually is. Saruman, Elrond, Galadriel are only in one scene, which is a shame.
- There's a lot of weird, trippy scenes, and only one of them really added any sort of relevance. 
All in all, The Hobbit honestly suffers from many of the same problems the last movie did, as well as some of the issues that the Return of The King suffered from. It's honestly one of the weaker of the Peter Jackson Middle Earth saga, though it's still not a bad film.
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Weird looked at the letter, it was handwritten in some sort of stupidly flowery writing, clearly meant to scream fancy.  It was inviting him to come to a bath house.  An hour ago, Weird didn't even know there were bath houses in Washington.
He walked in, A body builder standing behind a cashier greeted him. “Welcome to Steam works,”
“Yeah, I'm Laoch O'Connell. I was asked to-” The man went pale, Weird hated when people got freaked out by his name. At least, when he wasn't trying to intimidate them. The man nodded, “Right this way.” Weird was confused. He was 5,9 and 215 lbs. This guy had a foot and about a hundred pounds on him. Not that he was complaining, the man lead him down a long hall, past doors leading to saunas or a large locker room,  He pointed toward a large door marked EMPLOYEES ONLY.
“In there.” Weird nodded, and began to walk towards it. “Sir, no clothes.”
“Oh, okay.”  the man left as the Hunter began to undress, before walking into the steam room. He looked at his bare thigh, the long gash from the rabid Bigfoot was healing nicely. He just needed to think of a good tattoo that could cover it, .
The room was claustrophobic, and, of course, hot. He could the door due to the hazy steam, He leaned back,, wondering  who would invite him to  talk in a bath house. The letter had said this was a token of good will, which, while cliched, it was clearly someone he didn't like all that much.
The door swung open, and Weird couldn't help but stare. He man stood almost seven feet tall, but that was distracted by the fact that; The man was fat. But calling hm fat, was like calling the ocean 'slightly damp.” Thankfully, unlike Weird, he was wearing a towel. He had a beak like nose and yellowish eyes, same color of his jagged teeth, which cold be described as looking like a car had smashed into them, his left eye was bulging and bloodshot. He held a large wine cup, inside was a crimson liquid. He looked at Weird.
“Mr. O'Connell, I presume?” his voice had an odd accent Weird just couldn't place.
“Yeah. Weird said simply, about to ask who the man was before he cut him off in his completely bizarre accent.
“I have certainly heard of your exploits, particularly your job in Siberia,” Weird's eye darkened, He really didn't like being reminded of Siberia, or that god forsaken bunker, the fat man continued. “I trust you have heard about me?”
Don't compare him to kingpin. Don't compare him to Kingpin. “Can't say I have.”  The Man frowned.
“Really? Hm, Allow me to introduce myself, “I, am Ciacco.” Weird blinked, Ciacco looked at him expectantly.
“Oh! Dante put you in hell!” The Look on the big man's face indicated this was not what Weird should have known him for.
“That stuck up little Prick put many people in hell,” Ciacco explained, “I happened to get on his bad side. He had no time for pleasure apparently.”
“So, can I ask what I'm needed?” Weird asked, “I mean, being in a steam room with a eight hundred year old man, it's a bit odd.” Ciacco gave him a distasteful look. Weird cracked his fingers, one after another, giving his companion an innocent little smile.  “What's your secret anyway? Doesn't look like good skin care.”
“You like to consider yourself amusing, don't you?” Ciacco asked, drinking from his goblet. Weird sighed,
“Sometimes. You don't find my jokes very amusing I take it?”
“No, I do not.” Ciacco sat down next to Weird, the bench creaking under it's weight.  Weird almost gagged, Ciacco smelled like a half rotten garden of roses.“This is just a chat, so that you know I will be setting up businesses in your area.”
“What's your businesses?” Weird asked,
“Pleasure.” Said Ciacco, taking another drink of his glass, offering it to the young man. Weird shook his head.
“Define 'pleasure'”
“The Pursuit of happiness,  No taboos, nothing, just a chance to experiment.” Somehow, Something with 'no taboos' sounded like something that had no other choice but to go horribly, horribly wrong.  “I can see that you have a love for expressionism,” He gestured towards the dozens of tattoos covering Weird' naked body. For one of the few times in his life; Weird felt strangely self-conscious.
“And what if I say 'no, you can't?” The hunter asked, knowing that this was basically him being threatened into agreeing to this.
“Then, we shall have a disagreement.”  Of course. Though, The young man had to admit, this was brilliant. He had no weapons, and this tub of lard was clearly not human, combined with the cramped room...
“You'd have a distinct advantage in a disagreement.” Weird hated saying the obvious, but honestly? It seemed like the only thing to say.
“I very well may.” Ciacco admitted.
“You never did explain how you're still alive.” Weird pointed out, the guy was clearly a vampir, but he wanted to hear it from the dead weight's lips.
“Are you familiar with Nachzerhrers?” Weird raised an eyebrow. Nachzerhrers were a special breed of Vampir, unlike most vamps, they tended to eat the whole thing, not just drink blood.
“Well, that's disturbing.” Weird murmured.
“Quite.” The Nachzerhrer agreed. “So,  are we at an agreement or an impasse? Either one is fine.” He clearly loved to hear himself speak.
Weird stood up, walking to the door, he turned. “I like to think we're both above petty little threats.” He said curtly.
“Yes, yes, if I try to pull anything, you shall be forced to end me.” The Vampire didn't seem in the least intimidated by this. Weird left the room, closing the door, then locking it. He wasn't above silly little tricks. Besides, the undead fat ass had just creeped him the hell out. He got dressed and walked out.
Just another day in his job....

 never had anything more than a passing interest in the Assassin's Creed series, and while the last one about Ninja Pirates sounded cool, I wasn't really planning on getting it. Then I heard about assassin's creed unity and that was one of the reasons I decided I wanted a PS4.
Then it got released and everyone hated it for having no playable female characters, having British accents in eighteenth century France, portraying the Revolutionary leaders as blood thirsty mad men, and apparently being a glitchy bugged out mess.
So when I got it for Christmas, I was having mixed feelings. So I tried it, and have finished Assassin's Creed Unity, and I have to say, it deserves none of the hate that it has gotten. I honestly would say it's probably the best game of 2014, to be honest.
PROS
-First of all, I have to give this game prompts just on the idea of setting a secret war between two ancient conspiracies during the French Revolution. That, in my opinion is just brilliant. This is actually what sold me on the game, since I had very little interest in assassins creed before hand.
-The Setting itself honestly steals the show. I'm pretty sure there's a one-one ratio going on in terms of the sheer size of the game world, compared to France and it's all fluidly done, there's not really any load times at all, save those when you boot it up.
-This is one of those open world games that are legitimately open world. You can literally go EVERYWHERE, since your character isn't unlike Spider man in terms of sheering climbing ability, you can literally go anywhere, any time. And it's parkour is honestly something I'd like to see in more games.
-You're able to to customize your character completely, using weapons, outfit pieces, so you can be anything from a swashbuckling Zorro wannabe with a cutlass and pistol, to a one man army wielding a battle ax, to a long coat wielding sniper, it's a great variety.
-The Graphics. Holy God. I know that PS4s were sold with graphics in mind, but there are several cases where the characters look just like real people. Not Uncanny valley, real people. Come to think of it, I haven't had a single case of Uncanny Valley.
-While the main character is rather dull, the Supporting cast is amazing. It ranges from the fiery yet pragmatic Elise, to the foul mouthed, conflicted mentor Bellec. But the greatest character is by far, Le Marquis De Sade. (Yes, I know he wasn't involved in the French Revolution, but it's a game.) He steals every scene he's in, and every line he says is hilarious.
-A combat is extremely well crafted, according to my friend Al, it's a new sort of combat system for this game. For those of you that play the Batman games, it's basically the counters, but there's no hit streak, so it's much more a timing sort of question, on top of that, the skills you unlock towards fighting add to the strategy. It all honestly feels like an honest to god movie sword fight.
-This is probably most prevalent in the first story boss. You engage him on a one on one duel, and he has all the same moves you do as you guys engage in swordplay as you move from the top of a church, falling from floor to floor until you have one final clash inside the cathedral, I honestly can't describe how amazing that scene was..
-Any game that lets you literally bring a blunderbuss to a knife fight, and then allows you to bludgeon people senseless with the butt of your gun is a masterpiece.
-During the assassination missions, you're given a wide range of options on how you want to do it, and while, predictably stealth fares better more often, you're able to do whatever way you choose. I honestly prefer the less stealthy way. 
-The story is actually very well done, while like I said, the main character isn't interesting, it still manages to show a fascinating view of the French revolution as another part of the war between two conspiracies.
-There are several time travel sequences that are honestly quite awesome, they're no more than one level each, and boil down to basically obstacle courses, but they're honestly amazing.
-There's a least a thousand side missions. So It's not one of those cases where you play, finish the story, and bam. Done. I finished the story a week ago and I'm busy doing all the Murder Mysteries, heists, and everything else.
-You have the ability to do the co-op missions solo, while I would have preferred they implemented some kind of local multiplayer so you could play with your friends while sitting on the couch together, It's good to be able to tackle them by yourself, since they are the ones that really deal with the revolution.
CONS
-Okay, the glitches. And before you ask, No. It's not the glitchy, completely unplayable mess that everyone claims it to be. None of the glitches are particularly game breaking, mainly some textures clipping through others and some citizens of France having the survival skills of an opossum, or having rag doll physics that would make the first Dark Souls game proud. The worst one happened when, while preparing to snipe at a heavily guarded tower, Arno decided to break what little hold Gravity held on him and go on a leisurely stroll from one end of a courtyard, to the other. About two hundred feet above the ground. On thin air. Ever since, that seems to be Dad's favorite strategy to suggest.
-While the combat is great, a lot of the weapons have the exact same finishers, I know this may seem nitpicky, but this is particularly a problem with the heavy weapons. You should not be bludgeoning people with a Scottish Claymore.
-While the French Revolution is a great setting, very little of it actually affects the main story. True, the Co-Op missions are a bit more focused on this, but it feels like a missed opportunity, especially the murder of Jean Paul Marat which is a side mission that consists of you running around, pointing at people and saying “They did it!”
-Also a gripe about combat, the long weapons (Spears, Halberds, the like) are a bit overpowered. Partway through the game, you unlock a skill that lets you hold the attack button for a powerful attack. However, long weapons only have one sort of finishing move-Sweeping the legs, which knocks your opponent over, combined with another skill that lets you finish off prone enemies...
- Some of the bad guys seem to have perfect AI, parrying almost every attack and not missing a single shot when they're aiming at you. Maybe I just suck at this game, I dunno.
-As I mentioned before, the main character, Arno Victor Dorian, is kinda dull. Not as bad as everyone in Noah, but he just wasn't anything special. Think Leonardo Di Caprio in every movie he's in. Not a bad job, but honestly rather forgettable.
-The Final Boss in an EXTREMELY anticlimactic scene. You hide, until he's not looking, then you walk up and stabs you. And if he sees you, he basically kills you with his magical sword lasers. Not really the exciting, epic battle that one would expect.
-There are a few chests scattered around France that you can only open and items you can only unlock if, say you're connected to the internet or have been playing the companion app/whatever. Since I haven't decided whether the extra fifty bucks is worth it, I find it annoying that these restraints exist.
-Like I said, the story is well written but there are a few parts that are rather stupid, There's a mission where you have to protect someone from snipers as they're literally flying away in a hot air balloon in the middle of a lightning storm. Why? No one ever bothers to tell you.
-More Nitpicking, the British accents, yeah, it's just a bit stupid having British accents in France, it's not horrible, at least in my opinion, but it's just a bit funny.
FINAL THOUGHTS
Now, while this game was hated by pretty much everyone, and it really deserves none of that hatred. It's a video game. Not a history lesson, and it's honestly a great video game. I'd highly recommend that if you get the chance, get it.


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MoonlightShowers Featured By Owner Oct 24, 2014
Heeey I'm deactiving Deviantart I hardly ever use it so I'm not coming back but you are apart of Moonlight Phoenix on FF.net so talk to me there! I miss talking to you! Please talk to me sometime!

Your friend, Vap!
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:iconzueskillerproduction:
You got tagged. Just putting that out there: zueskillerproduction.deviantar…
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godofwarlover Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
Thank you for the fave
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AnarchyWriter Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Hey, I've always found the Popobawa to be hilarious.
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godofwarlover Featured By Owner Sep 30, 2014
You find an incubus to be funny? The way it looks?
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