Assassin's Creed Rogue Remastered
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Developer: Ubisoft Sofia
Content Rating: Mature
18th century, North America. Amid the chaos and violence of the French and Indian War, Shay Patrick Cormac, a fearless young member of the Assassin Brotherhood, undergoes a dark transformation that will forever shape the future of the colonies. After a dangerous mission gone tragically wrong, Shay turns his back on the Assassins who, in response, attempt to end his life. Cast aside by those he once called brothers, Shay sets out on a mission to wipe out all who turned against him, to ultimately become the most feared Assassin hunter in history.
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I don’t mind that Ubisoft is giving Assassin’s Creed Rogue another chance, but it feels a bit weird right off of Origins. The story is good enough and the ship combat is still incredibly unique, but Rogue Remasted also seems to exist to show why Origins had to tear everything down and build anew. If you haven’t played the game before and you still have a hankering for the old formula then I honestly suggest giving Rogue a shot. Just be ready for the step back.
As a first-time player of Rogue, I enjoyed some of my time decimating the Assassin order, with a story and main campaign that had genuinely enthralling moments. What a shame then that the majority of the game lacks any form of depth or development. If you never played Rogue originally and had a fleeting interest, you may find it worth searching within this outcast.
Despite all of these issues, though, Assassin’s Creed: Rogue Remastered is still a fun time, and I was always excited to take the helm of my ship and head off to my next objective, and maybe sink a few British ships on the way and collect some booty. Shay Cormac is a charming rogue of a protagonist and his rum-soaked high-seas adventure had me … hooked (sorry). Some might get salty that it’s not quite up to the brilliance of Origins, but this pirate tale is still some jolly good fun under the Jolly Roger.