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  • Summary: The Tyranny of King Washington is a 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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  1. Mar 20, 2013
    "The Betrayal" follows the back story set by the first chapter of the "Tyranny of King Washington" DLC, sporting a new ability that will change the way we navigate through the scenarios of Assassin's Creed III. It constitutes a different way of playing, interesting and appealing, but when compared to the first part of the DLC, it may give us the impression of making things too easy.
  2. Apr 3, 2013
    Whilst this episodic story as a whole has seen a midway slump, it’s exciting to see the change in the game surrounding it as we move to the next generation and beyond.
  3. The second part of the King Washington DLC is somewhat better than the first, but also does not reach any new heights. Which is kind of ironic, since Connor gains the ability to fly this time around. [May 2013, p.96]
  4. Apr 5, 2013
    What The Infamy promised, The Betrayal fails to deliver due to a glacial pace, repetitive missions, and an inconsistent new power.
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 2
  1. Apr 3, 2013
    This game follows the story pretty good I mean...It was a pretty good add-on so I'd really reccommend buying this DLC...Good luck gamers you will have way much fun with this dlc Expand
  2. Dec 21, 2013
    If you see ACIII -along with the first episode- as an endless journey through bugs and issues, then the second episode seems like a missed opportunity; not only the bugs aren't ironed out, but it also looks like there are several tens of new ones. If you add the overly complicated, and not at all easy (thus, not enjoyable) missions to the fire, you get exactly what The Betrayal is: a bad LSD trip and hangover rolled into one. Expand