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#52 - beccakingx ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
Ezio is by far my favourite. Altair was okay in my opinion, he had people he loved who were murdered and yet he still held back. Where as Ezio looses just about everyone and he goes on a killing-spree, far better story, he re-built the brotherhood in more than one country and his character and personality was far more likeable and entertaining than Altiar's.   
And as for Connor, well..It was a good game but Connor just irritated me. He doesn't listen to reason and only cared about his goals and personal gain. If you read the books-its Haythems' story, and Connor really comes off a dick in my opinion. Haythem actually had the right frame of mind and outlook, and although I never liked the Templars , Haythem had it better figured out than Connor, and AC3 really made me question the Assasins way.
Ezio is by far my favourite. Altair was okay in my opinion, he had people he loved who were murdered and yet he still held back. Where as Ezio looses just about everyone and he goes on a killing-spree, far better story, he re-built the brotherhood in more than one country and his character and personality was far more likeable and entertaining than Altiar's.
And as for Connor, well..It was a good game but Connor just irritated me. He doesn't listen to reason and only cared about his goals and personal gain. If you read the books-its Haythems' story, and Connor really comes off a dick in my opinion. Haythem actually had the right frame of mind and outlook, and although I never liked the Templars , Haythem had it better figured out than Connor, and AC3 really made me question the Assasins way.
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#140 to #52 - rockamekishiko Comment deleted by firstdodobird [-]
User avatar #205 to #140 - namnori (07/29/2013) [-]
True, he fought for revenge in AC2, then after he was recruited to the Creed that wasn't the case.. I don't think that's enough of a reason to dislike the games. Brotherhood was a masterpiece in my opinion, everything after that disappointed me.
User avatar #213 to #205 - rockamekishiko (07/29/2013) [-]
for me they just ruined it with that. There was no real purpose for the assassinations. In one it was to restore peace in the middle east. They were trying to cease the crusaders invasions and stop the corruption - all be it with a twist ending that i didn't much like either.

I liked the mechanics and the gameplay in AC2 and on, it is way better than in one because they give you much more free running and it has better graphics. But a game like that should be based heavily in conspiracy theories and the basis of the creed, not stupid revenge and then for god knows why
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#91 to #52 - sjakk Comment deleted by firstdodobird [-]
User avatar #142 to #91 - rockamekishiko (07/29/2013) [-]
they are assassins! that's what they do. The game isn't called vindictive fucker's creed
User avatar #215 to #142 - sjakk (07/29/2013) [-]
no but there are no real drive behind it, its all used up in ACII and connor was understanding more and more but just killed anyways for no reason, the scene were they are at the bar on the 2nd in command dude it was pointless, and the end plot twist sucked donkey dick
#85 to #52 - mnightshumala (07/29/2013) [-]
Connor was still very young and naive. even though he was introduced to the Assassin Way, he was mainly sent for the primary goal to save his people and thats all he saw. Which is unfortunate because of all the hardwork that went into taking care of his people and eventually them just leaving. I liked Haytham too. If they only teamed up and compromised their views only then would it come out great. Now we wait and see in Black Flag. The new character seems like he has some things figured out but I see alot of betrayal and survival that'll be occurring. Black Beard was ruthless so if he loses his right hand man he can always get another.
#106 to #85 - beccakingx ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
Yeah I agree, I think Black Flag looks great and i'm really looking forward to it!
#80 to #52 - crosskill (07/29/2013) [-]
Not trying to start a fuss here, but did you actually think AC3 was a good game?
What did you think was good about the game?
And you can't mention the Naval warfare, since everybody loved that part (Including me).
#104 to #80 - beccakingx ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
On its own, I think AC3 was a great game. But then again I'm a big sucker for the Assassins creed games and to me they can't do much wrong. I thought the detail and naval missions were brilliant-especially being able to travel so far and hunt animals in a variety of ways. The story and scenes were also great. I liked the new assassin outfit and I really had strong feelings for characters ( I loved Haytham and I hated Charles) I don't really have a problem with the actual game, mostly just Connor. I think he didn't have a very good personality and he was kinda arrogant. Whereas Ezio and Altair just oozed kindness and I instantly respected them. To me they were the perfect Assassins and brotherhood leaders. Connor however...'meh'
#117 to #104 - crosskill (07/29/2013) [-]
Well for starters I said no naval warfare mentioning.. Well, okay then, moving on.

Connor was such a bland character. It felt like the writers were trying to cram so many emotions into him that he just became weird. Bonding with the main character is kind of essential, and there was none of it in AC3.
Connor was the worst assassin yet.
Never learning from his mistakes and being very naive. He was kind of a dick to every single person he met, and then he tried taking credit for Washington's victories.

Haythem was a much more complex character, and I loved him.
He actually showed me why the Templar's viewpoints were also an option.
It was a shame he had to die in such a fucking lame way.

I felt like the game itself felt rushed. They tried to fit so many unpolished and flawed things in the game. The story itself wasn't that great. It's like Connor had to be at the center of every single piece of important history in this game.
"Paul Revere rode a horse! Maybe Connor rode with him, while Revere shouted directions in his ear!",
"You say the Colonials held the British at the north bridge in Concord? Well actually, Connor commanded the troops and told them when to fire!
Why did he do this? Because the Colonial commanding officer decided to trust this random guy with the task."

Stealth mechanic was BROKEN. Guards spot you within a second upon climbing onto a rooftop. And they are all really aggressive. Guards would attack you for no reason some times, even when your notoriety wasn't up.

I was promised something different in the trailer.
There's a trailer where you see Connor running headfirst into a battlefield of enemy soldiers. He just charges them all, killing them all.
Yet, when I tried to do that in the game, I got desynchronized immediately, because I had to sneak from rock to rock.

Homestead was distracting, admittedly fun at times, but served no purpose really as money could only go to The Aquila.
I too love every game in the franchise, except this one.
#78 to #52 - xxitzchubbsxx (07/29/2013) [-]
I always thought Connor acted like a child throughout the game. Which i guess would make sense since at a young age his mum died and whatnot meaning he had to grow up kind of fast. I have only watched youtube videos of it though so my opinion might not be as valid. Or even if I'm remembering what happened right.
#82 to #78 - beccakingx ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
I get your point, Connor had a tough time as a kid. But I still don't think he matured much. Ezio on the other hand, was 16/17 when he witnessed his father and 2 brothers being murdered, he too had to grow up fast-as it was his responsibility to take care of his mother and sister. Connor (to me) just never seemed to mature, he was disrespectful to the people that guided him and made him an assassin, he basically took them for granted.
User avatar #63 to #52 - fuzzyballs (07/29/2013) [-]
Connor does what everyone else tells him to do
and in the end, he still lost everything he fought for, his friends and family dead, his people forced to move away
used by the people he trusted

he's naïve, I get that, but still
#68 to #63 - beccakingx ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
I completely agree with you,  He refused to listen to Haythem and Achilies- all because he wanted to save his people, yet everything he did made  it worse and they ended up turning their backs on him. I mean yeah, Altair made mistakes he got fellow assassins killed and hurt-but He fixed it, and he corrected himself, Connor couldn't give a rats ass-he ignored his faults and mistakes, and in my opinion he came across very childish. I'm just glad he didn't re-build the brotherhood on his morals. Connor reminded me alot of Malik from the first assassins creed.
I completely agree with you, He refused to listen to Haythem and Achilies- all because he wanted to save his people, yet everything he did made it worse and they ended up turning their backs on him. I mean yeah, Altair made mistakes he got fellow assassins killed and hurt-but He fixed it, and he corrected himself, Connor couldn't give a rats ass-he ignored his faults and mistakes, and in my opinion he came across very childish. I'm just glad he didn't re-build the brotherhood on his morals. Connor reminded me alot of Malik from the first assassins creed.
User avatar #72 to #68 - IcyDeadPeople (07/29/2013) [-]
Haytham*, and i really like haytham more than connor too
User avatar #73 to #72 - beccakingx ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
my spelling sucks, and yeah. In the book you get a completely better story. His story is so much more interesting than Connors
#60 to #52 - taye (07/29/2013) [-]
In other words, AC3 is like scrubs season 9.
In other words, AC3 is like scrubs season 9.
#61 to #60 - beccakingx ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
I guess you could say that
I guess you could say that
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