Parents' Guide to

Assassin's Creed Chronicles Trilogy Pack

By Paul Semel, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Trio of violent action quests misses gameplay, stealth mark.

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Like similar games that have attempted to turn three-dimensional, open-world adventures into two-dimensional, side-scrolling action games, the three games in this collection have their moments but not enough of them. The real issue is that they try to be so many things to so many people but don't quite pull it off. While there are times when the sneaking around gets rather clever, especially in the later games, it's never as deep or inventive as in a regular Assassin's Creed game. Conversely, there are so many stealthy parts that these games don't feel action-packed, especially since, like a regular Assassin's installment, it has somewhat awkward combat controls. It also doesn't help that, for a series so driven by story, the stories in these three games feel more like throwaway side quests rather than anything that adds to the saga in a meaningful way. Still, if you're a fan of this series who appreciates two-dimensional action games, these three games will keep you entertained. Well, until a real side-scrolling Assassin's Creed comes along.

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