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    shinny713
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    Dark Ages Briton is just made to feel dull and boring which I suppose it probably was in real life but you don't need to adhere that closely to realism! Like its supposed to be this land that's being reforged by war and invasions but its just not interesting. A massive chunk of the game is spent running around to "gather alliances" but the depth of the story and missions in each region is paper thin at best. None of it feels like it has anything to de with the central conflict of the whole series i.e. Assassins vs Templars. Which is because it doesn't. Evior isn't part of the hidden ones. So there is no investment in hunting down and killing members of the order. The entire reason your running around England is to get some other guy his own kingdom who you bearly even see once you leave Norway. Which would be quite an interesting story except the game makes you feel like you're just being taken advantage of for your skills as a murder machine. Its like Sigurd is off on an Assassins Creed type adventure somewhere and you're one of the oblivious side characters making things happen for him. You're not even chasing the guy that killed your family because you do that in the opening of the game!

    Also why is like every main character in this game the reincarnation of a Norse god?! Why? Like the whole Isu stuff should be waaaaay in the background. Like the conflict of the games should be about the ideological battle between the two orders that fight over the use of (extremely rare) isu technology to further their cause in whatever "present" they happen to be in. But the isu should only be a faint shadow in each game because they are effectively extinct. Not having reincarnation get togethers through the ages. Like the sage in black flag was done well. Who they actually were is a twist at the end of the game and doesn't hijack the the entire plot. Also Asgard fever dreams are dumb. If ubisoft want to do that sort of stuff make it into its own game.

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  • AnimusLover
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    @shinny713 Couldn't have said it better.
    They've now abused the whole Sage reincarnation for the sake of turning this into a fantasy series.
    You're spot on in that in the older games the Isu felt truly of the past - they were literally communicating to Desmond from the past. And they felt like ancient scientists as opposed to gods. The Jotunheim quest line, in particular, is the worst mission chain in the entire series. Could not wait to finish it.

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