Assassin's Creed Rogue Remastered
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Developer: Ubisoft Sofia
Content Rating: Mature
18th century, North America. Amid the chaos and violence of the French and Indian War, Shay Patrick Cormac, a fearless young member of the Assassin Brotherhood, undergoes a dark transformation that will forever shape the future of the colonies. After a dangerous mission gone tragically wrong, Shay turns his back on the Assassins who, in response, attempt to end his life. Cast aside by those he once called brothers, Shay sets out on a mission to wipe out all who turned against him, to ultimately become the most feared Assassin hunter in history.
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Rogue felt like a throwback when it was originally released alongside the next-gen Assassin's Creed Unity. This same feeling accompanies this remastered version. After the significant advancements made to the series by last year's Origins, Rogue second outing feels equally dated and mistimed. Ironically for the series, Rogue Remastered proves that going back in time isn't always fun.
There have been a lot of Assassin’s Creed games released. It is easy to overlook some of them. Rogue is a title that released at a terrible time and on consoles that a lot of people had already put in storage. It is nice to see this game get a second chance. It is a great entry in the series, and one that takes the story in places it had never gone. Mix it with the addictive sailing of Black Flag and I definitely recommend it to fans of the series. Don’t sleep on this title. It is definitely worth checking out.
In any case, I'm thankful that Ubisoft has finally gotten around to making Assassin's Creed Rogue available to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners who perhaps missed the title the first time around. It may feel a little alien going back to playing a more classically-styled Assassin's Creed game after the astonishing Assassin's Creed Origins, but Assassin's Creed Rogue still shines bright.