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  • C-Pick
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    I'm the first to admit the numerous, persistent, and glaring bugs, glitches, problems, and nuisances to be found in Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, and I sincerely hope patches and updates will rectify all of these and bring many quality-of-life changes. But I also want to commend the developers on creating this sprawling, ambitious entry to the AC series, which I have been playing since the very beginning in 2007.

    Primarily, I want to praise the teams for this gigantic, gorgeous, and vibrant open world, which encompasses a lengthy and epic story, with multiple interweaving arcs and several interesting and memorable characters. I love the expansive environments (Norway and England), I love traversing and exploring them, I love discovering new places and artifacts, and so on.

    I'll never understand complaints about games like this being "too big" and whatnot. I grew up playing super linear games with narrow corridors and one-way paths. I adore vast open worlds that I can just get lost in and enjoy. I desire games like this, where I can style my character (mostly) how I want, pack my weapons and rations, and head out for adventures on my own time and at my own pace. I don't get how anyone would wanna go back to old game designs.

    Granted, I think games like Ghost of Tsushima, Horizon: Zero Dawn, and The Witcher 3 are superior to the AC games in a few keys ways, but I nevertheless appreciate what we're getting here.

    I also loved Origins for largely the same reasons I enjoy Valhalla (Odyssey really was a step back from Origins' greatness).

    Keep making games like this, Ubisoft . . . only, ya know, maybe more polished . . . with less clipping, fewer bugged animations and glitched quests, more character-customization options, and more ways to tailor my gameplay experience to my standards (more HUD options, for example).

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  • ACESsigepps
    21 posts

    @c-pick it's a gorgeous game and i love. However, Odyssey was a more complete game and I can only keep my fingers crossed they continue to update.

  • scottyusceaser1
    34 posts

    @acessigepps I definitely agree regarding Odyssey. Its the better of the two at current... but if Ubisoft can change and add and fix a lot of things like in a post I posted earlier I think Valhalla could possibly be my fav since ezio trilogy.

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