A remarkably well-executed open world game whose greatest heights exceed its deepest failings.
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A great Viking game, but as far from a true Assassin's Creed game as there could ever be.
A surprisingly inaccurate recreation of London ties into simplistic gameplay and terrible performance to create a deeply flawed and shallow game.
A surprisingly well-rounded DLC that is focused on creepy death-worshiping and flesh-eating traits, but has an awesome ship design set even for those that don't care about the Necroid stuff.
A capable indie strategy title that does more with its Lovecraftian setting than most similar games of the past decade
A capable and interesting stealth game let down by a few too many noticeable issues.
A very capable sociopolitical simulator that should please anyone looking for a different kind of strategy game.
A broad management/economic game with great graphics where you can conquer the Caribbean through money.
A good management game with superb visuals, offering enough freedom to let you build your own merchant empire in the Caribbean to your heart's content.
A real remake that thoroughly updates an 18-year-old title into a proper next-gen game, and actually makes it better than the original.