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Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (the Novilization of the game)

Discussion in 'Writer's Block' started by ggyppt, Aug 15, 2011.

  1. ggyppt

    ggyppt New Member

    Now, for beinf a novilization of a game, it is really good, but there still are some parts of the story that I don't like. First off, it doesn't follow Desmond, at all, which is a crime since the series is really more focused on him than on the people he is inhabiting in the grand scheme of things.

    While that is a major issue with the book, there are some other, minor ones, that need to be addressed. First off, whenever there are Italian, French, or Latin phrases, you have to look them up in the back of the book if you want to know what they mean, instead of being put in parentheses next to the word, like what is done with the subtitles of the actual game. The other thing is, it is a little drawn out for me, and takes to long to get interesting, but, I can say the same thing about the game.

    While it is not as good as the game, it is still an okay read. 6/10
     

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