Assassin's Creed III - The Infamy for Xbox 360
Xbox 360 - DLC

Assassin's Creed III - The Infamy

Feb 19, 2013

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This game requires the base game Assassin's Creed III to play.

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Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Content Rating: Mature


The Infamy is the first episode in the Tyranny of King Washington storyline. Following the revolution, Washington goes mad with power and rules as a tyrannical King. Connor awakes in this reality as Ratonhnhaké:ton – never having joined the Assassin order – and is greeted by his mother Kaniehtí:io, accepting a new mission to take down Washington. Acquire all-new skills to fend off this new threat to freedom. Live history as it never happened and ignite a new revolution!

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Chris CarterFeb 20, 2013
All in all, The Tyranny of King Washington: The Infamy is a little bit too dependent on the assumed purchase of the other two packs. With a cliffhanger ending, and memory fragments to collect across multiple episodes, it's clear that it will be much more poignant as a complete story. For now though, you're left with the decision to purchase just one, so you're better off seeing how the other two turn out first.
Mark WaltonFeb 20, 2013
Assassin's Creed III: The Tyranny of King Washington - The Infamy is a fresh and interesting take on Assassin's Creed, one that manages to introduce some new ideas without destroying what makes the game so fun in the first place. It's even more appealing if you're into the lore behind the series, with collectible memory artefacts serving as links to ACIII's real world, and unlocking parts of a secret video that explains just what on earth is going on.
Robert VerBruggenFeb 25, 2013
There are new mechanics and a storyline unlike anything the series has done before—but the game also lacks some basic Assassin's Creed features, most importantly the experience of taking over a gigantic territory. Whether the first episode is a good buy will depend on where the next two go—if this installment sets up a fantastic tale, it's easily worth it, but if the next two sections are similarly slight, it could be a bust.

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