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5 Games Like Assassin's Creed
Assassin's Creed - An Action Adventure Video Game
Assassin's Creed is an immensely popular video game series developed by Ubisoft Montreal. The franchise has five games under its belt with a lot of supporting materials. The Assassin's Creed games have appeared on almost any platform you can think of, from consoles and desktops to handhelds and mobile phones. With over 55 million copies sold as of March 2013, Assassin's Creed is one of the most successful video game series of all time. Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag is set for release on April 2014.
Are you craving for more action and adventure? Here are games like Assassin's Creed that will glue you to your seats with nonstop fun and excitement.
5 Games Like Assassin's Creed
Thief: Deadly Shadows
Thief: Deadly Shadows is a stealth video game developed by Ion Storm Inc. It is the third installment of the Thief series of video games. This game will surely remind you of Altair from Assassin's Creed, as you take on the role of Garret, a master thief.
Garret is an extremely elusive thief, rarely seen and never caught. You control Garret as you explore the city, stealing from passersby and the wealthy, and breaking into the most secured residences. You need to complete various missions and you can also enjoy a number of minigames on the side. Thief: Deadly Shadows can be played from either the first or third person perspective. Thief 4 is also currently in development by Eidos Montreal Studio.
Thief: Deadly Shadows is a must try game for those who enjoyed Assassin's Creed. You won't be disappointed with this highly entertaining stealth video game.
The Saboteur is an action-adventure open world video game developed by Pandemic Studios. If you are a fan of war games, then you are surely going to have a lot of fun playing this great game.
In this game, you play as Sean Devlin, an Irish racecar mechanic. In the 1940 Saarbrücken Grand Prix, Sean is cheated out of a win by Kurt Dierker, a Nazi colonel. After that race, Sean and his friend Jules Rousseau vow to seek revenge on Dierker. The plan doesn't go in their favor, however, as Jules gets captured and subsequently killed by Dierker. Sean, now with more reason to pursue Dierker, takes on several missions to avenge the murder of his friend and ultimately kill Dierker.
The Saboteur is set in the Nazi-occupied Paris, and you can also explore the French countryside and parts of Germany. It takes place during World War II, and the tragedy of war is blended harmoniously with the game's story line.
Prototype is another action-adventure open world video game developed by Radical Entertainment. The first game of the series was released on June 2009 and its sequel on April 2012.
The game takes place in New York City, where an intensely noxious plague known as Blacklight is fast spreading, turning those infected into frightful monsters that have an uncontrollable will to kill non-infected citizens. You take on the role of Alex Mercer, who wakes up in a morgue and realizes he has no memory of his past. He also learns that he has gained superhuman strength, speed, agility, and the ability to shapeshift and consume others to gain their memories and appearance. You are going to have lots of fun shapeshifting at will. It is even possible to take on the appearance of your enemies, fooling them as you move about with your uncanny disguise. Prototype also features a sandbox-style of gameplay that allows you to roam freely around Manhattan.
Batman: Arkham Asylum
OK, you might be wondering how in the world can Batman remind you of Altair, Ezio or Connor? Well, the protagonists may be a lot different in character, but the gameplay of Batman: Arkham Asylum is eerily similar to that of Assassin's Creed.
The game chronicles the elaborate plot of Batman's long time rival, the Joker, as he tries to seize control of Arkham Asylum. The Joker threatens to destroy Gotham City with hidden bombs, and Batman is forced to take on the dangerous mission of stopping his arch enemy's evil plans. The game is played in the third person perspective and features the combat and stealth abilities of Batman as well as his ever useful gadgets.
Batman: Arkham Asylum has received critical acclaim for its amazing gameplay and impeccable narrative. It is widely considered as the best superhero game ever. A game of the year edition was released in March 2010 and a sequel, Batman: Arkham City was released in November 2011.
InFAMOUS is an action video game developed by Sucker Punch Productions for the PlayStation 3. The game is somewhat a fast-paced version of the Sly Cooper series of stealth games by the same developer.
The game begins with Cole MacGrath, a bike messenger, being instructed by a customer to deliver a mysterious package somewhere in the Historic District. Cole has no idea that the package contains the Ray Sphere, which detonates upon opening. The explosion flattens out six city blocks. Cole manages to survive and learns that he has gained electricity-based powers. He utilizes these powers to trump the groups that have taken over the city.
With seventeen different electrical powers plus various acrobatic stunts, you are surely going to enjoy all the adventures inFAMOUS offers. Use your vast arsenal of abilities to restore peace in Empire City.
Which game like Assassin's Creed will you play next?
© 2013 Caleb Melvern