Then everyone kind of forgot about it. Even Sony seems to have renounced what was once a flagship series. Oh well, it’s still worth a look shadow fall and think about where the series might go.
12. Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
2015 | Ubisoft
The last “traditional” Assassin’s Creed game before Ubisoft went full RPG is easily among the best in the series, with two lovable protagonists and a story that embraces the good, the bad and the ugly of Victorian England. The rope launcher opened up all kinds of new ways to climb up and over buildings, and while piloting carriages and fighting on top of it isn’t as cool as piloting your own pirate ship, it’s still damn fun.
in the end, Syndicate didn’t get much attention upon release as it was the ninth outing for an aging game engine. Ubisoft desperately needed to Assassin’s Creed games, but if you’ve seen everything in Origin, odyssey and Walhalla, now it’s time to go back and enjoy the old style swan song of Assassin’s Creed spell.
11. Code vein
2019 | Bandai Namco Studios
Code vein‘s pitch is simple, yet great: Anime dark souls. If you’ve played any of the games in that legendary difficult series, you’ll know what to expect here: slow, strategic battles; great, gruesome enemies; and many brutal deaths. The big twist is “blood codes”, which are essentially classes. You’ll eventually acquire more than two dozen, which you can swap out instantly to better handle each enemy encounter.
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