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

Assassin's Creed III - The Redemption

Apr 23, 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 Redemption is the 3rd and final climactic episode of the Tyranny of King Washington series, in which George Washington goes mad with power and rules as a tyrannical King. In this final showdown, use your newest skills and abilities to take down King Washington, and win the fight for freedom. Live history as it never happened and ignite a new revolution!

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Mark WaltonApr 25, 2013
For all the fresh ideas and narrative puzzles introduced in the first episode, to end the series on such a low point is massively disappointing. As an individual episode, The Redemption is a more enjoyable effort than The Betrayal, and it comes close to the excitement of The Infamy. But it also makes the series as a whole less compelling. Those keen to absorb absolutely everything the Assassin's Creed III universe has to offer will find a few enjoyable moments in The Tyranny of King Washington, but it's ultimately an empty experience.
Chris CarterApr 24, 2013
In fact, despite my enjoyment of the final chapter it's probably best to just wait until a proper Game of the Year Edition hits and play the side story that way. Ubisoft had major potential with King Washington, and sadly, there were a few missteps that prevent me from recommending the package as a whole. If you've already picked up the first two parts and are on the fence about Redemption though, it's probably a good idea to just bite.
Keza MacdonaldApr 23, 2013
The Tyranny of King Washington is made to the highest standards, but also overpriced for what it is. Though the new powers refresh and reshape Assassin’s Creed III’s gameplay, most of the locations and missions here are overly reminiscent of what we’ve seen time and time again in the main campaign, and only towards the end does the story really come into its own. It would be a much easier recommendation at half the price.

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