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Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood review

Tyler Wilde at

The most important thing you need to know before starting Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood is that, after the first hour, you’re never forced to man any more asinine cannons. Don’t be discouraged by the frustratingly pointless, cinematic-heavy introduction, because everything after that is compelling. I couldn’t stay mad at the game for long—not after nimbly scaling Rome’s famous Coliseum and flicking my blade into the necks of three hapless gunmen, all entirely undetected. Brotherhood’s massive and complex open world is an engrossing, blood-soaked playground.

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood trailer goes to Rome

Tom Senior at

The latest trailer for Assassin's Creed Brotherhood is all about Rome, and how you won't just be assassinating targets when you visit the Italian capital. You'll also be leading a revolution, rebuilding the city and bringing justice to its cruel leaders.

Assassin's Creed Brotherhood lets you drive a tank

Tom Senior at

The latest trailer for Assassin's Creed Brotherhood is a narrated walkthrough that shows super stealthy assassin Ezio sneaking into a guarded facility. It looks like a standard infiltration mission, right up to the point where Ezio climbs into an armoured tank. Watch the full trailer below.

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands review

PC Gamer at

A disconcerting sense of déjà vu blankets The Forgotten Sands. It’s not that this latest Prince of Persia evokes the marketing surge for Disney’s just-released Prince of Persia movie – Ubisoft would be quick to point out that this is not a movie tie-in. And it can’t be that the game is too similar to the Prince’s last outing, because this is actually a return to the earlier The Sands of Time trilogy, taking place between The Sands of Time and Warrior Within.