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  • Summary: The Tyranny of King Washington is DLC for Assassin's Creed III in which you explore an alternate reality where George Washington has become a dictator that you must overthrow.
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  2. Negative: 1 out of 3
  1. Mar 27, 2013
    Story might be getting a low priority in The Tyranny of King Washington, but at least The Betrayal lets you transform into invisible animals to better hunt your prey. At the very least, it makes Assassin’s Creed 3 fresh again.
  2. Mar 21, 2013
    And it's not like Tyranny has intrigue to spare. The very promising core idea here—George Washington as king and maniac—hasn't really spawned any amazing storytelling or clever historical twists. Oddly enough, we've seen very little of King Washington himself, though presumably he'll be the boss of Episode 3.
  3. May 31, 2013
    Even if the final chapter justifies the journey, this leg of it is sadly lifeless. [June 2013, p.97]
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  1. Positive: 4 out of 8
  2. Negative: 2 out of 8
  1. Mar 23, 2013
    This DLC is PERFECT!!!) But short :( This DLC is PERFECT!!!) But short :( This DLC is PERFECT!!!) But short :( This DLC is PERFECT!!!)
    But short :(
    This DLC is PERFECT!!!)
    But short
  2. May 11, 2013
    So, I have pretty much covered all there is to say in my Infamy review, since this is part 2 it is similar, however the atmosphere here is even better than in The Infamy. However, I still do have some problems with this DLC. Not too much content, bullsh*t story, easy achievments (on the XBOX) etc. The easily best thing about this DLC is the reward cutscene for collecting the memory fragments, something like The Truth in ACII. If you have the Freedom edition and you have read the Washington diary, you will have understood the logic behind this DLC (better than no logic at all, right?). Expand
  3. Nov 12, 2013
    This second chapter of the DLC of The Tyranny of King Washington brings more action and stealth than the previous, while still introducing new mechanics combined with the classical form of power. And I like it!! Expand
  4. Nov 14, 2013
    The game contains 3 episodes each running from 2 to 4 hours long with side missions for those wanting 100% The story is a lot of fun and it wraps up showing you why George has gone mad! It's definitely worth the price, and I'd even go ahead to say that it's better than the main campaign. You're given 3 animal powers total, 1 each episode, and it blends in really well with the gameplay, and level design. Get this! Expand
  5. Nov 6, 2013
    it is much much better than the infamy but it is still not good the power you get in this one is so good i used it in the whole DLC actually but the glitches and boring missions makes it not perfect Expand
  6. May 21, 2013
    The story is pretty good. Beyond that it is the same horrible AC3 gameplay with a new, useless power. Each DLC introduces a new power and then forces you to use it for the rest of the DLC. What a joke. One day Ubisoft might realize that what made the original AC/AC2 fun was the assassinations. Now you have to play through a couple of hours before you get to anything remotely resembling an assassination and that is at the end of the DLC. The objectives continue to be balanced towards forcing you to use the "cool" new power (that actually is pretty useless). Combat is even more broken in the DLC than in the original if you can even imagine that. If it wasn't for the writing the DLC would be abysmal. If you liked AC3 you'll like this DLC. If you didn't then the DLC will do nothing to make you like it any more. Collapse
  7. Mar 21, 2013
    Why bother even getting DLC for this, when the next Assassin's Creed comes already this fall? Well done Ubisoft: another quick money grab, nothing else! Skip this joke... next! Expand

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