Assassin's Creed III Remastered
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About this game
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature
Assassin’s Creed III is on Nintendo Switch for the first time and, based on players’ feedback, gameplay mechanics have been improved, with several features being revamped.
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Despite the few issues like unnoticeable graphical improvements and a slow beginning, Assassin’s Creed III Remastered features solid gameplay and a story underneath its surface that more than quantifies the investment. The sheer amount of things to do will lead to you investing hundreds of hours into this game. The combat is really satisfying – I can’t think of many games with better combat on Nintendo Switch – and will keep me coming back just to have pure fun!
With Assassinâs Creed 3 Remastered, Ubisoft does everything in its power to bring one of the weaker games in the series up to modern standards, and itâs full of sights worth seeing. The main improvement is graphical, and the scenery of 18th-century Colonial America looks fantastic. There are even some meaningful tweaks made to stealth mechanics to make it feel a little more up to date and less aggravating. Where this remaster falters are places where AC3 can't be changed without fundamentally remaking the entire game from the ground up, namely a stiff animation style, repetitive mission structure, and that goddamn final sequence.
If you’re a fan of the more than decade-old series then chances are that you’ve already played Assassin’s Creed III before and have your own opinions on it. Unless you like portability, there’s no reason to get the Nintendo Switch version over any other and the game hasn’t really aged well as it is. Both Assassin’s Creed newcomers and series veterans deserve a better experience than this.