AC Unity Review
Having played Assassin's Creed 4, and finished it, even though I was bored of it, I was really looking forward to playing Assassin's Creed Unity. I heard that there were many glitches, but I bought the new version with the updates.
After I finished playing, the game was very entertaining, and I like to go back and replay the missions. The game wasn't very bloody, but there was a lot of violence. The fighting and killing scenes in combat were quite disgusting, but I soon got used to it anyway. The game is also a great way to learn at least a little bit of history. This game is about the French Revolution, from the Storming of the Bastille, to the beheadings, to the execution of many famous political figures. This game includes real people and real events, even though not all of them are that good.
Besides from that, the game is generally very easy to play. Some missions are easy, and there are ways to upgrade and buy new equipment. There is a 5 star indicator showing how hard the mission is. You don't really score points in this game for completing missions and the drinking is limited to wine (which back in the day people had wine like water), and there weren't any use of drugs or smoking.
Therefore, I would recommend this game to people who are around 12 years old.
This title contains:
Ease of Play
Violence & scariness
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking