Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India Review

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles India

What do you think about the Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India so far? After releasing the China version, this game moves abroad into Asia’s ancient places like India. There are no more floating junks like previous game obviously. Otherwise, there are some deep hues and henna patterns everywhere in this game. This game continues the conflict between the Templars and Assassins after-effect of original story. If we have calculated, it is three hundred years later the first war. The goal is to find the legendary artifact called Koh-I-Noor diamond. However, it is only a beginning cut scene which the rest gameplay is the same-taste with the previous series.

When you are playing the Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India, you will notice a Prince of Persia gameplay. Then, it combines the original gameplay of Assassin’s Creed itself. For your information, the graphic is one level above 2D axis plus some planes and that is all. Some special move such as Jumping and Climbing should be pressed as manual for this time. You just need to hold a button here instead of previous Assassin’s Creed control. One of the worst is the acrobatic movements which come automatically. We have to say that those controls diverge from the original or the main Assassin’s Creed gameplay obviously.

In the Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India, you will play as Arbazz the rogue. He has big disappointment with the current authority. On the first quest, you need to come inside a high-security palace in order to meet up with the princess or your love one. Playing this game will remind you with the Prince of Persia and see how many things you missed on that game obviously. If we compared it with the China series, this one is much developed and better. In this series, you should be invisible as much as possible in order to increase your score. Mostly, you will hide and stealth and killing those enemies without route.

Overall, we can still see some problems of the previous series in China. Yes, it is about the conflict between Templars and Assassins which never end yet. We have no conclusion for Chronicles series after all. Perhaps, that is the main goal of this series by the way. The protagonist like Arbaaz claims himself to oppose the Assassin Brotherhood in this series. But, the developer always makes this game worthy to be played for all AC livers all over the world especially enjoying some Indian places. The Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India still meets your expectation.