Assassin's Creed

Time-traveling assassination thriller or historical climbing sim?

For a game that began life as a PlayStation 3 title, it%26rsquo;s surprising just how reliant Assassin%26rsquo;s Creed is on using the rumble to allow you to %26ldquo;feel%26rdquo; your way around the environment. So much so, in fact, that it%26rsquo;s impossible to see how the PS3 (or PC) versions could even fundamentally work. As you may know, Assassin%26rsquo;s Creed%26rsquo;s gameplay is inspired by free-running movement; that is, being able to climb, leap, crawl and vault your way through the town%26rsquo;s architecture as if it were one big stony climbing frame.

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