Assassin's Creed III for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Assassin's Creed III

Nov 18, 2012
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About this game

Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

Assassin’s Creed III invites players to experience the untold story of the American Revolution through the eyes of a new Assassin, Connor. Designed from the ground up over more than two years, Assassin’s Creed III takes one of gaming’s most beloved franchises to new heights. The year is 1775. The American colonies are about to revolt. You are Connor, an assassin who has sworn to secure liberty for his people and his nation. To do so, you will hunt your enemies across a staggeringly large, open, and realistic world. You will unleash your lethal skills in a violent quest that will take you from chaotic city streets to blood-soaked battlefields in the hostile American wilderness and beyond.

Critic Reviews

16 Reviews
8.10
Jonathan LeackNov 24, 2012
The Wii U version of Assassin’s Creed III doesn’t endanger what has made the game a masterpiece, and adds a few neat tricks of its own. The GamePad’s map and horse calling features are useful tools that you’ll enjoy, and being able to play it away from the television can’t be understated. If you’re going to purchase Assassin’s Creed III for a console, the Wii U version is the king of the hill.
Hollander CooperDec 04, 2012
Assassin's Creed III is a technical marvel, and well worth playing, even if it doesn’t live up to the lofty expectations established by the Ezio trilogy’s success. Combat is incredible, and the cities of Boston and New York deliver some of the strongest open-world gameplay you’ll experience this generation.
8.50
Keza MacdonaldNov 20, 2012
Assassin's Creed III is very enjoyable overall, but it’s not consistently brilliant. Not everything about the game gels together convincingly and the missions’ unnecessary prescriptiveness sometimes undermines the sense of freedom that the rest of the game works so hard to create.

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