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A game of brutal revenge and intrigue, the Assassin's Creed II is a must have Xbox 360 video game. The meticulously conceived gameplay is sure to captivate and thrill you, even if you are not acquainted with the first part of this Xbox 360 video game. It is to 15th century Italy that Desmond, the captured assassin in this Action game decides to transport through the machine- Animus. His sole aim is to relive the life of a young nobleman Ezio Auditore da Firenze, and understand the skills of an Assassin. Leading the life of Ezio in this Xbox 360 video game you find yourself entering into assassination contracts, treacherous games and races against those who destroyed your family. The graphics and intense soundtrack of this Action game bear a verisimilitude to an action film. The inclusion of Leonardo da Vinci- a helper, Lorenzo de Medici and Caterina Sforza accentuates the importance of place and time. You can jump over the cliffs unafraid of falling off as the speed in the Assassin's Creed II is great.

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PublisherUbisoft
GameAssassin's Creed II
MPN008888525349
UPC008888220220, 008888525349, 4949244001816

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PlatformXbox 360

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ESRB DescriptorBlood, Intense Violence, Sexual Content, Strong language
Control ElementsGamepad/Joystick
Number of Players1
Release Year2009
Game Special Features
  • EZIO, A NEW ASSASSIN FOR A NEW ERA -- Ezio Auditore da Firenze is a young Italian noble who will learn the ways of the assassins after his family was betrayed and he looks to seek vengeance. He is a lady╠Á7;s man, a free soul with panache yet has a very human side to his personality. Through him, you become a master assassin.
  • RENAISSANCE ITALY -- Italy in the 15th century was less a country and more a collection of city-states where families with political and economic strength began to take leadership roles in cities like Florence and Venice. This journey through some of the most beautiful cities in the world takes place in a time in history where culture and art were born alongside some of the most auspicious stories of corruption, greed and murder.
  • A NEW-FOUND FREEDOM -- You will be able to perform missions when you want and how you want in this open-ended world that brings back free-running and adds elements such as swimming and even flying to the adventure. The variety in gameplay adds another layer for you to truly play through the game any way you choose.
  • DYNAMIC CROWD -- Discover a living, breathing world where every character is an opportunity for the player. Blending in with the crowd is easier, working with in-game characters provide ample rewards but can also lead to surprising consequences.
  • BECOME A MASTER ASSASSIN -- Perfect your skills to become a master assassin where you brandish new weapons, learn to disarm enemies then use their weapons against them and assassinate enemies using both hidden blades.,
  • Freely explore the bustling cities of Rome, Venice, and Florence

  • Swim, fly, ride, and perform other new actions

  • Learn new information on the conflict between the Templars and assassins

  • Disarm enemies to use their own weapons against them in combat

  • Game SeriesAssassin's Creed Series

    eBay Product ID: EPID71289116

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    Created: 01/09/10

    Better than the first!

    Review For: Assassin's Creed II (Xbox 360, 2009)

    Let me start by saying that I was a huge fan of the original Assassin's Creed. I'll admit that the original had its problems, most notably the lack of variety in the missions greatly reducing replay value (I didn't replay it for nearly eleven months after beating it, by which time it was almost sequel time), but overall I've rarely been that enthralled by a game's story. Then this one came out, and it has me questioning how good the first game really was.

    I got it, and I couldn't wait to turn it on. The first thing I noticed was how improved the graphics were. In the original, Desmond and Lucy (among others) didn't quite look right. This one, WHOA. Amazing. It's an enormous improvement that told me straight up, "This ain't just a mission pack for the original".

    All of the original's worst problems? Gone. Adios. Bon voyage. Sayonara repetition. Every storyline mission seems to have a real connection to the story, unlike the original where I didn't usually know what I was pickpocketing and the "flag" informant missions just seemed like the developers decided "hey, let's make it possible to show off the amazing parkour!" The assassination side missions, too, connected to the story. Courier and beat-up events, not so much, but if you're doing them you're probably not going for the plot anyway.

    Ooh, and then there's the enemies. Unlike the first game, the plots and schemes of the villains are revealed far more before you kill them than in dying confessions to the assassin. A far better way of characterizing the heels, in my opinion. Certainly they're as hate-worthy as the baddies in the original, maybe even more so.

    The plot is held up more by substance than twists. Sure, there's the justification that something is somewhere in particular, which is why the main villain acted as he did, but for the most part it's Ezio uncovering a conspiracy that killed his father and brothers, and seeing how far the conspiracy goes. Not like the original, which was held up by "Ooh, Abstergo is a Templar front and they're looking for an illusion-causing silver ball".

    Overall, it's the best game purchase I've made in a while. Play the original first, for certain, because there's backstory you need for this one, but this is by far the better game.

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    Created: 12/24/09

    Assassins's Creed II (Xbox 360) review by Jeff Schrembs

    Review For: Assassin's Creed II (Xbox 360, 2009)

    First let me say that this game, like many others, needs to be played by Adults (in age and in mentality) along with teenagers 18 and over (who are mature, etc.).
    These games are VIOLENT and they skip over real aspects of History.
    The graphics were great. The game play was fast and realistic.
    Obviously they have a "hit" here with this dvd but I believe there is more that can be done without having to kill 1,000,000 people to get a sense of "accomplishment".
    How about a video game called "PLAINTIFF" whereby you have the best attorney in the World representing you, in Federal US Court, and you can sue any/ever action packed game.
    IN order to pay your Attorney the kid REALLY HAS TO DO CHORES, GET A JOB, etc. becuase only the Parent is provided with a card that has a strip that controls amount of time playing the game.
    Also, during proceedings you can "summary judgment" rivals in the game and block them from playing.
    Also, family members of those you killed catch you and, without a jury, stone you to death...game over.
    But, if you make ammends to that family, and they accept, your parents have a reincarnation card that allows you to return back to life BUT you are a 85 year old man with bladder issues, arthritis, and a clostmy bag.
    NOW, THAT IS A GAME.
    Where is Quenton Terrintino when you need him?
    All idea 2009 by Jeff Schrembs - All Rights Reserved

    PS: Good game and entertaining. I give it 4 out of 5. Should be a big hit this year. Beware of the violence though.

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    Created: 12/08/10

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    Review For: Assassin's Creed II (Xbox 360, 2009)

    Despite a compelling premise and stunning visuals, TVG wasn't the biggest fan of the original Assassin's Creed. Set during the Holy Crusades, the concept of a medieval hitman schooled in the art of free-running should have provided the perfect backdrop for the studio behind Splinter Cell and Prince of Persia to deliver a groundbreaking experience. Ultimately we got a lesson in monotonous rinse-and-repeat gameplay and the dangers of making a game too 'accessible'. It didn't help that the game was billed as something akin to the second coming, despite its appropriate setting.

    Thankfully the publicity seems to have been curtailed this time around and the pre-release hype has been tastefully subdued in comparison. The result only serves to magnify the sheer improvements that Ubisoft Montreal has managed to bring to Assassin's Creed II; a true gulf in quality and scope that demonstrates what a sequel should offer. We'd have understood Ubisoft Montreal settling for a few improvements and a different setting for the sequel though; after all it's hard to argue with more than 8 million sales for a new IP. Nothing can really prepare you for the lengths to which the team has taken in delivering an improved and vastly superior sequel. Ubisoft Montreal has taken things back to the drawing board to achieve this, strengthening every core aspect of the series and making up for the original's considerable inadequacies.

    Picking up directly where events left off in the original, Assassin's Creed II follows the events of Ezio Auditore da Firenze, a 15th century charmer from Renaissance Italy and the latest character in a long line of assassins that ultimately leads up to Desmond Miles in the near future. We'll skirt around details surrounding the plot and characters, as there are plenty of surprises packed into the game and it would be taking a considerable chunk out of the game's overall enjoyment (plus Ubisoft would probably nail our private parts to the cross). Suffice to say the plot continues the tale of the Desmond's attempt to stop Abstergo's plans, a time-honoured story that involves the Knights Templar, the Mayan prophecies surrounding the end of the world, and a New World Order with much more conviction than Dan Brown could ever muster.

    Firstly, Assassin's Creed II is the stealth game that the first one aspired to be, but clearly wasn't. It's not a pure stealth experience along the lines of Hitman or Thief before it, but it makes considerable strides forward for a game that shared more in common with a Benny Hill skit and took the edge and gravitas out of being a Templar-killing hitman. Central to this is the improved blending system, which allows Ezio to disappear into a veil of secrecy provided by crowds of people. Nudging people to one side as he slips into a group, Assassin's Creed II presents the concept of stealth via crowds with a stylish certainty way beyond what its predecessor achieved. It helps to bring an end to the incessantly mundane technique of running along rooftops until a convenient hay bail appeared that typified the original. Assassin's Creed II still employs these safe areas, but their use is largely restricted to carefully scripted stealth scenarios. Easing the ability to slip away unnoticed is the chance to hire groups of courtesans, thieves and warriors, who assist Ezio by distracting guards with their charm, mischief and brute strength. Giving each group a valid sense of purpose along with a set of adv

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    Created: 03/08/10

    Assassins Creed 2

    Review For: Assassin's Creed II (Xbox 360, 2009)

    Now to start off this is a great sequel, all the issues that were brought up in the first game have been fixed! Story is much easier to follow, customizable weapons and armor, side missions galore! Basically if you had an issue with AC1 its fixed :D

    Now this game picks up right where it left off, so all the confusion from the first game's ending is played out in this game. The story is much deeper on the Assassin's part due to deeper story telling and back story. But I must warn this game has the a cliff hanger too...

    Overall the gameplay is very smooth and time with multiple things going on on the screen u may experience slow frame rates and at times things pop up as u approach them but for such a huge open world it is VERY forgiving. The game takes part in the renisance period and is very believable along with the score and actual true back story such as interactions with the famous painter Leonardo Da Vinci. Really its the first game smoothed out to almost perfection.

    To me the pickpocketing and eavesdropping is gone which was a dissapointment to me but to prove that the developers listen...many people complained about this and how it was monotonous and annoying. For those that hated that it's gone.

    If you loved the first game you will absoulty love this game and even if you have never played you can pick this game up and not be lost. Its a must try, if you ask me it's a buy not a rent. There is much replay value due to customization and MANY side quests.

    Hope my review helps :D

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    Created: 08/05/13

    The game will take you back in time to the world of the renaissance.

    Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

    Thus far favorite game of the 21st century. I am a very picky gamer. This game is flawless. It is amazing in the way that there are little to no boundaries in the game. You can go just about anywhere in the game, scale the buildings and steal from people which isn't something a game should premote, but if you cant do it in real life than in a game is not so bad. Not only is this game chalk full of historical figures the game also allows you to find treasure and do missions to acquire money in order to buy clothing and weapons at the markets. It is an amazing game that you will surely lose hours of the day in and not be aware of it. If you love history and a very interesting/plausible story than this will be very good. The way you go back into time from the present is interesting and is not entirely out of the question, it would be amazing if one day our technology could get to that point so we could live as our ancestor. I simply cannot say enough good things about this game. Considering the price it is at nowadays given its been out for years you would be doing yourself a tremendous disservice if you did not buy it and give it a try. Not only is this a great start to the Ezio Auditore trilogy but the following games are amazing aswell. High highly recommend this game to everyone.

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