Followers: 472

Assassin's Creed II

  • About
  • Add To
  • Share

Genre: Adventure, Platform

Platforms: Mac, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PC (Microsoft Windows)

Versions: See the alternative version of this game

Discover an intriguing and epic story of power, revenge and conspiracy set during a pivotal moment in history: the Italian Renaissance.
Experience the freedom and immersion of an all new open world and mission structure with settings such as the rooftops and canals of beautiful Venice. Your options in combat, assassination and escape are vast, with many new weapons, settings and gameplay elements.

No lists available, why notcreate one?

Create new list
Based on 598
member ratings
Based on 11
critic ratings

How would you rate this game?


Member Reviews

Join the community to review your favourite games Create your account

Profile image
11 reviews

I love story-lines. That is the primary reason why i play games is for the story-I am able to directly interact with a movie in a way. Unfortunately, this game is so very obsessed with extending the play-time that the story is often interrupted with klunky and incredibly frustrating extended gameplay of repetitive frustration. The controls mean that silly glitches happen quite frequently, which means that you are suddenly needing to completely re... Read More
Profile image
10 reviews

Alright 80%

The best things about this game and with all/most Assassins Creed games are the places the player visits and the characters the player meets. While the controls are a bit clunky, especially with the default PC controls, the times where they work perfectly make the scaling of buildings and landmarks an absolute joy. The game's story is also great to listen to and learn about with it making you invested in Desmond and in Ezio's journey.


The lineage continues as this new chapter introduces Ezio, inheritor of the talents and creed of the Assassins. His family murdered by rival families, Ezio resolves to learn the ancient art of the Assassin in order to seek revenge. He will not do so alone though, allying with historical figures such as philosopher and writer Niccolò Machiavelli. You will also be able to master the art of the assassin with all new weapons and instruments created by the renowned inventor and genius of the Renaissance, Leonardo Da Vinci himself.