Filed under Movies
Tagged as 9, Tim Burton
Assassin’s Creed is a solid lesson of what a next-generation game should appear like, with well-rendered surroundings that are nicely shadowed and overloaded with multifactorial items. The game seems gratifying on any systems, but we did note that the Xbox 360 has firmer textures with better 3D-depth simulation radily recognizable in the flat cobblestone streets. Edges look fantastic in both games, as do graphical impressions such as darknesses, smoke, and lighting. The supplementary time it includes to install the game on the Playstation 3 doesn’t seem to apply the console any benefits over the Xbox 360 in first or consequent loads of the game.
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