When you like Doctrine killer Asking about his favorite character, many will mention the name Ezio Auditore di Firenze. The parts surrounding this Assassin still bring a smile to die-hard fans of the series. So it’s no surprise that Ubisoft decided to rework and re-release the Ezio trilogy. It happened in 2016 on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Now we’re five and a half years later and the set has also appeared for the Nintendo Switch. We’ve been looking at whether Ezio’s adventure is worth it on a Nintendo console.
The Ezio Group Consists of one player Assassin’s Creed II† Fighting the creed of the Brotherhood And the Assassin’s Creed: Revelation† So the well-rated multiplayer in the last two parts should be dispensed with.
If we look at the three games, they are still worth a try. The story surrounding the Ezio dynasty and ancient Italy (and Istanbul in detection) still appeals to the imagination greatly. I clearly noticed that the series had improved significantly in the meantime. Especially when you are familiar with modern games, but also, for example, black flag or Syndicate Your reference material, the controls look a bit clumsy and outdated. It’s nice to live with it, but time clearly has not stopped.
The same goes for graphics, of course. Because despite the re-mastering of games, you can still watch the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 generation. Of course everything looks clearer with better textures, but all this does not completely hide the age of the games.
Lots of downsides to the set, because of course you get a lot of value for your money. Here too, the games don’t have the size of the last three titles, but they’re also insignificant in our experience. Anyway, we would have loved to play through a somewhat linear story without all the open world liberties of recent games. By the way, it will take more than fifty hours to play these three games, so you are in good hands with this set in terms of content.
The games also work well on the Switch. Everything runs smoothly and looks great in both handheld and docked modes. For the Switch, some additional improvements have been added, such as support for the high-precision vibration function and touch navigation.
with the Assassin’s Creed: Ezio Collection You get a lot of value for money with three of the most valuable Doctrine killergames so far. You can clearly notice that the games haven’t quite stood the test of time. If you can beat that, you definitely can’t go wrong with this combination.
This review is about the Switch version of this game. The collection is also available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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