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Can you forgive Assassin's Creed: Unity its sins now it's slipped to £18.20 on Xbox One?

Matt Gardner
Action Games, Assassin's Creed: Unity, Sandbox games, Xbox One Games

Can you forgive Assassin's Creed: Unity its sins now it's slipped to £18.20 on Xbox One?

There will be plenty who disagreed with me, but I found Assassin's Creed: Unity to be a thoroughly disappointing game. It wasn't just the bugs, this supposed generational leap felt both uninspired and overstuffed, riddled with Ubisoft's corporate meddling, bloated with numerous in-game currencies, ill-fitting mechanics, and the ever-present stench of Uplay.

Still, for under £20 one might find it far easier to overlook such problems and have a lot of murderous fun in Revolutionary Paris.

NB. You'll need a 5% off CDKeys voucher code to get it at this price. Click here to get yours. Check our our Assassin's Creed: Unity review here. Cheers Mark!

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Quietus  Dec. 11, 2014 at 12:03

More important than the price is: have they fixed the bugs yet. I've held off because I didn't want to experience a bug-fest.:|

Late  Dec. 11, 2014 at 12:30

Note it's a digital copy, rather than a physical disk.
(Personally I'm not really bothered one way or the other - there's advantages and disadvantages to both - but I'm sure some folk strongly prefer one or the other.)

As with Quietus, I've swerved the game so far, due to the reported bugs, but I'd like to get it at some point. Have enjoyed every AC game so far.


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