Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China for Xbox One
Xbox One

Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China

Apr 21, 2015
6.86
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Developer: Climax Studios
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China takes place in China, 1526, as the Ming dynasty starts to crumble. You embody Shao Jun, the last remaining Assassin of the Chinese Brotherhood, returning to her homeland with a vendetta. Newly trained by the legendary Ezio Auditore, she is hell-bent on exacting vengeance and restoring her fallen Brotherhood.

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Philip KollarMay 05, 2015
Chronicles: China is the smartest twist on the assassin's creed formula yet. These bad levels are only a fraction of the game — a few five-minute scenarios out of the five or six hours total that Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China offers. If you're willing to look past that, it twists the Assassin's Creed formula in one of the smartest ways I've seen since the franchise started. It's also almost certainly my favorite stand-alone game from the series in years.
Chris CarterApr 21, 2015
Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China has the makings of a good 2D Prince of Persia re-awakening, but it lacks a lot of character both aesthetically and mechanically. Still, there's very little actually wrong with it if you're looking for another platformer to add to your pile. Hopefully future iterations of the Chronicles subseries can build upon the foundation that China has provided.
Bryan VoreApr 20, 2015
A little over halfway through the campaign, the gameplay starts to lose steam. Patrols get more elaborate, but you’re stuck using all the same old tools. While the game introduces several new enemy types, almost all of them behave the same on patrols. ...This isn’t helped by the underwhelming story about assassinating one villainous Templar after another. The end doesn’t spice things up, and it also leaves a thread open to remind you that there are two more of these games left.