Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag for PlayStation 3

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag

Oct 29, 2013
32nd of 1270

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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature


Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag begins in 1715, when pirates established a lawless republic in the Caribbean and ruled the land and seas. These outlaws paralyzed navies, halted international trade, and plundered vast fortunes. They threatened the power structures that ruled Europe, inspired the imaginations of millions, and left a legacy that still endures.

Gamer Reviews

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Jul 18, 2020
Game is magnificent and beautiful
Feb 29, 2020
AC Black Flag is absolutely the best game in the AC series. After ACIII I was worried for a bit if Ubisoft would be able to make a really great AC game again and they really did it with Black Flag. The chance to be a pirate and sail on sea is so liberating that you can just focus on that instead of doing the main objectives first. The only thing I thought could have been better was the story itself it was not so interesting at all compared to the previous AC games.


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Critic Reviews

31 Reviews
Lee CooperNov 02, 2013
The game does occasionally suffer from the shortcomings of its predecessor, and doesn’t quite feel like a sequel — as you’re less of an assassin and more of an imposter — but it is in fact the best and most accomplished entry to date, with a massive world to conquer, ships to plunder, rum to drink and leaders to assassinate. If you’re in the mood for killing, stealing and boarding some vessels illegally, Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag is the greatest pirate simulator of all time. “Piracy is the way o life. Ahoy.”
Greg TitoOct 29, 2013
While Black Flag feels very much like an Assassin's Creed game, its gameplay reminds me more of Sid Meier's Pirates! wrought in glorious 3D. As in that classic game, you are free to sail wherever your heart desires, and be as dastardly or as benign as you like. Embodying Edward Kenway and living through his adventures on the seas, while also experiencing his struggle with Assassins and Templars alike, is pure escapist delight.
Sammy BarkerOct 29, 2013
Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag lacks the spit and polish of prize plunder, but it certainly doesn’t deserve to be cast back into the ocean. This is as much an enjoyable on water excursion as it as an exceptional stealth game, and while not every mission in its protracted campaign will leave you as buoyant as the Jolly Roger, you’ll find more than enough riches here to keep you coming back for more.

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