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  • Summary: Make history as the legendary Master Assassin, Ezio Auditore da Firenze, in Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection, which includes the acclaimed single-player campaigns and single-player add-on content from Assassin's Creed II, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, and Assassin's Creed: RevelationsMake history as the legendary Master Assassin, Ezio Auditore da Firenze, in Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection, which includes the acclaimed single-player campaigns and single-player add-on content from Assassin's Creed II, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, and Assassin's Creed: Revelations with enhanced graphics for Xbox One and PlayStation4 system.

    Live the life of Ezio and learn the ways of the Assassin as he seeks vengeance for the betrayal of his family. Travel through 15th-century Renaissance Italy, including the capital Rome and finally onto 16th-century Constantinople.

    Assassin's Creed II - Ezio's saga begins as you fight and explore through the open world of the Italian Renaissance in an era of arts, riches, and murderous conspiracy.

    Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - Journey into Italy's greatest city, Rome. The centre of power, greed, and corruption, as Ezio takes leadership of an entire Brotherhood of Assassins.

    Assassin's Creed: Revelations - Two Assassins, one destiny. Embark on Ezio's final adventure as he walks in the footsteps of his great mentor, Altair, on a journey of discovery and revelation in 16th-century Constantinople and the heart of the Ottoman Empire.
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  1. Positive: 16 out of 33
  2. Negative: 0 out of 33
  1. Dec 7, 2016
    85
    This collection is mostly referred to the ones that haven't tried the games upon their initial release and for them is a great way to discover an era when the Assassin's Creed franchise was revolutionary and its creators were full of inspiration and great ideas, creating a monumental trilogy.
  2. Nov 16, 2016
    80
    It's been a nice surprise seeing how well these three games hold up, visually and gameplay-wise. If you played them before, though, you won't find anything new, but if you didn't it's a good opportunity to discover this trilogy.
  3. Dec 18, 2016
    80
    Having the ability to play arguably three of the best games in the Assassin’s Creed universe on a current generation console is brilliant, although don’t expect much of a significant impact in terms of upgrades for gameplay or visuals. Improved upon? Yes. Reinvented and completely remastered? Not really. Still worth the money, though.
  4. Dec 14, 2016
    72
    The Ezio Collection give us the best of the series, a package that will be enjoyed by the newcomers to the franchise, but maybe it's not the best remasterization for the old fans of the franchise.
  5. 70
    Though a muscular and complete offering, it's difficult to believe that with the two of the series most highly regarded entries included in this package, that Assassin's Creed: The Ezio Collection didn't receive a far better remastering than what we have here. As it is, this trio of Ezio-era titles only boasts limited appeal to those who have already sampled its enduring setting and notable delights.
  6. 70
    Despite how much Ezio Auditore da Firenze is showing his age, you can’t help but enjoy yourself as you stab your way through countless Templars. That said, it’s only fun if you already played and enjoyed the games the first time. I can’t imagine taking such a large backwards step in gameplay evolution for those who have only played Black Flag or Syndicate.
  7. Nov 22, 2016
    55
    It’s a product that just makes me tired. Tired of seeing the games from three years ago on store shelves as if they’re new things. Tired of the amount of effort being pulled from making new games and being poured into re-releasing whatever beloved game publishers think they can squeeze a few more dollars out of. Tired, most of all, that it doesn’t seem like this trend is ending or even slowing down.

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  1. Positive: 38 out of 47
  2. Negative: 1 out of 47
  1. Aug 31, 2018
    10
    Three of the best games ever, I absolutely loved the Ezio trilogy. The narrative, the over-arcing storyline, basically everything about theThree of the best games ever, I absolutely loved the Ezio trilogy. The narrative, the over-arcing storyline, basically everything about the three games are perfect. Expand
  2. Oct 31, 2020
    10
    With the 3 best games in the entire Assassin's Creed franchise, this collection is absolutely worth it if you want to upgrade the EzioWith the 3 best games in the entire Assassin's Creed franchise, this collection is absolutely worth it if you want to upgrade the Ezio triology for the PS4 Expand
  3. Nov 15, 2016
    10
    These 3 games were the best assassins creed games for the last generation, im sure is this remaster Is not THAT good but im also sure if youThese 3 games were the best assassins creed games for the last generation, im sure is this remaster Is not THAT good but im also sure if you love ac you will have a good time playing them one more time, if you havent played them this is a good opportunity Expand
  4. Jul 6, 2020
    9
    The 3 games are fine, they seemed like the best. At the end when playing the revelations I got a little bored, but they are 3 incredible games.
  5. Oct 19, 2020
    8
    Histórias do nosso famoso assassino Ezio Auditore da Firenze. Jogos muito bons com histórias incrível de apreciar e se divertir.
  6. Jul 3, 2018
    8
    Buen remastered de la trilogía de Ezio Auditore, aunque se podría haber hecho algo mas en el port, como los 60 fps o mejora gráfica, peroBuen remastered de la trilogía de Ezio Auditore, aunque se podría haber hecho algo mas en el port, como los 60 fps o mejora gráfica, pero sacando eso todo normal, incluye tres juegos de la saga. Me hubiera encantado que en vez de sacar este pack saquen uno de The Desmond Miles Collection. Expand
  7. Aug 16, 2020
    4
    In English:

    The first Assassin's Creed (AC) game I played was the AC IV Black Flag, on ​​PS3. Of course I knew the franchise before that
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    The first Assassin's Creed (AC) game I played was the AC IV Black Flag, on ​​PS3. Of course I knew the franchise before that but it had never appealed to me. Black Flag had something different that caught my attention and made me want to play. And I really liked it.

    Many years later, I became a fan of the whole franchise. I've played all titles since then and I just didn't like AC Odyssey, for several reasons. However, there were still games to play released before the Black Flag. And that's what I tried to do last year.

    I took AC III (PS4) to play in 2019. Although I liked the place and the age where it takes place (American Independence), the game has an unbelievable number of fails. The game that I had the most problems playing in my entire life so far had been The Witcher 3. The amount of bugs made me miss some missions (I have a video showing a side quest that I couldn't complete due to a bug). But The Witcher is excellent, even with the problems. I could not speak the same for AC III. It overcame The Witcher 3 in bugs by far. But a lot them, really!

    And why am I quoting AC III or The Witcher 3, games that I had problems with bugs, in an analysis of AC II? Well, it's because I can't play AC II due to the massive amount of problems. I bought the Ezio Collection (PS4) two months ago in a great PSN's Flash Sale. And yesterday, I tried to start AC II. I'm giving up now that I'm writing this review.

    For many years, I have heard many fans of the series saying that this is the best game in the series. I always thought it was an overrated opinion and today, I have no doubt that they say that because of nostalgia. The game is worst by far from Black Flag, Rogue, Unity, Syndicate or the great Origins. It's very weak, really bad. The plot is interesting but its mechanics are so fail, but so fail that it becomes unplayable many times.

    Gameplay like fighting, climbing or jumping are completely randomickly. Sometimes they work, sometimes they don't. And for no apparent reason not to work. NPCs appear out of nowhere, much worse than I faced in Unity. Enemies appear and disappear from the minimap and in front of you during the game. More than once, I failed the mission "Judge, Jury, Executioner" simply because enemies appeared and disappeared from the minimap and even in front of me, in a mission that you cannot be identified, you have to play in stealth mode.

    My last straw to quit the game came on the "Arrivederci" mission, in which I was supposed to escort Ezio's mother and brother. At the end of the mission, I must protect them from attack by enemies. The gameplay just didn't work. The mission failed several times because my character commands didn't work and the worse thing, the few times they "worked", it still hit Ezio's sister whom I was supposed to protect.

    Anyway, the frightening amount of bugs made AC II the game with the most bugs I have ever played in my whole life (surpassing AC III and The Witcher 3), without even being close to the quality of The Witcher or even the possibility of overcoming the bugs like in AC III. A horrible experience that just didn't make me ask for the money back because PSN doesn't accept it after winning the first trophy.
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