Ending to Assassin Creed WTF!?!?! (Spoiler) - Assassin's Creed II - Giant Bomb
In AC2, the relationship between Ezio and Christina is very minimal,but at least it exists (It ended up being very touching in Brotherhood). Ok so let me get this straight the Assassin's Creed games have turned into a story about armageddon? what the hell, when I first heard of the. She introduced herself to Ezio and kissed him, with a relationship eventually After trading some barbs, Vieri threw a stone at Ezio, leaving a scar across his lip .
I found most of them to be not memorable, even worse, I forgot about the existence of some of the characters. I stopped caring alltogether for them. The Homeasteaders are nice though A lot of it is thanks to the prologue sequence, but even without it Johnson's, Pitcairn's, Hickey's, Church's and even Biddle's who's a purely side-story Templar personalities are a lot better and death speeches are much more deep and thoughtful than in AC2.
AC2 has a lots of assassination targets, sure, but the ones that I can remember off the top of my head are Uberto Alberti, Savanarola, the three members of the Pazzi family And even then, only Uberto because he betrayed our family to protect hisSavanarola and Dante are the interesting ones out all those, in my opinion. This took me right back to AC1's awesome discussions. I remember them better than most of the AC3 targets, possibly because of the magnificent settings like Carlo in the Doge's palace, Jacopo in the Roman ruins.
I remember the missions themselves better than the actual targets. The most prominent AC3 targets I can remember off the top of my head were Pitcairn, Haytham because it was so anti-climactic and Johnson. I do agree the villains in AC3 were better developed.
A shame that so many of the assassination missions were just "press X for cut scene". By the end of III, I didn't even care about Lee anymore, since he was basically just a bum by that point.
He didn't even seem like he posed a threat anymore, it was all about Connor's personal vendetta. On the other hand, Rodrigo was top dog when Ezio went after him, and still remained interesting because of that. It just made it hard to listen to for some reason. Only time music was well suited was when Haytham and Connor's friend died. I never thought about this.
What the hell (Assassin's Creed 2 ending spolers most likely) - PlayStation Nation - GameSpot
I really like how the cut-scenes are composed, but I did really like the silence in AC1. It would be unfair for anyone going against Haytham.
He's probably one of the most likable characters in the whole series. His full of life personality, his humility, the way he lost himself whenever Ezio brought him something interesting, like the Codex pages and the Apple, his inventions, the way he talks and expresses himself and his relationship with Ezio are just great.
A truly forgettable character, unfortunately. If Ubisoft developed his character properly that final showdown would be so much better, more powerful, with much more emotion. It's just that Achilles' personality is much more interesting and much more developed than Mario. And I loved that voice. Let's just say Maria was practically nonexistent in her respective game. Everyone going against Maria would automatically win. The determination that became obsession regarding the vault was really good.
Add to this his ruthlessness, viciousness, killing everyone who stood in his way without remorse, and his huge ambition.
He was pure evil. They are both really forgettable characters, nothing really stands out on them, they are just there. A truly vivacious, spirited and joyful character that even if you didn't like him you will still remember him. A memorable character indeed.
Ending to Assassin Creed 2....WTF!?!?! (Spoiler)
Caterina Sforza vs George Washington - Obviously, Caterina wins this, and I don't think this one even needs an explanation. Washington was a terrible character, just completely bad at everything. He is still terrible in the DLC. Probably the worst antagonist of all time.
There's literally nothing that makes me choose one over the other. The love interest one is invalid and unfair to do, since we do not have one in AC3. Minerva makes reference to "temples built by people who knew to turn away from war and protect them from fire. All clues left in blood end of the world by Subject 16 also play into that. So Desmond will most likely have to travel to each place and do something so as to prevent the Earths poles from flipping. Or they could have you go to these temples throughout time as different ancestors and do what ever needs to be done in each temple.
Random thought don't know if makes any sense but just something I noticed.
Eve has a red sash tied to her arm just as Ezio and Altiar had. Their's were on their hips but there might some connection there or I could be reaching here. This whole idea that Ezio was brought up and told he is a prophet only to find out his role was just to be in the right place at the right time so his decedent from the future could receive the message totally blew my mind.
Big ups to Ubisoft for that idea. Thats all I got now, been racking my brain since Saturday trying to piece things together. AC2 has a considerably lower chance if any. Chests give you items as well as the money in Brotherhood.Assassins Creed 2 Ending
And of course there's Assassin missions for you and your recruits. There's more to rebuild and earn money from with multiple pickup points in Brotherhood.
You only have Monteriggioni to upgrade and only had one place to pickup. You have more options to take out targets at a longer range. Poison darts, crossbows, multiple throwing knives, calling assassins.
You don't even need to get your hands dirty.
What the hell (Assassin's Creed 2 ending spolers most likely)
You can incapacitate more enemies with smoke bombs. You can only drop at your feet in AC2. You can throw your bombs at targets.