Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China is quite a departure from it's siblings due to its side-scrolling perspective. But apart from this change from the core gameplay of the franchise, it does little else.
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Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China does a lot of the hard stuff well, but can't convey the rush of being an assassin.
A stripped down stealth offering that reinvigorates Assassin's Creed by putting attention back on the sneaky stuff.
Though it sheds many of the series' best elements, Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China has its own charm, and is worth a play for those in search of a simple stealth experience.
As a 2D interpretation of Assassin's Creed this works perfectly well, but the workmanlike design and bland atmosphere makes it hard to get excited about.
This spin-off starts strong, yet loses steam the further you progress
Chronicles: China is the smartest twist on the Assassin's Creed formula yet
It is the most sumptuous and stealth-focused Assassin's Creed yet, but Chronicles: China doesn't assemble its pieces into a gratifying whole.
An entertaining if perosnality-light translation of Assassin's Creed from open-world 3D to linear 2D.