Assassin’s Creed 4: Blackflag


Assins Creed 4 review GAME

Hello everyone, Jammy here and today I will be reviewing Assassin’s Creed 4 Blackflag. Now this is the game that if you wanna act like captain Jack Sparrow, nobody will care.

You spend about 40% of the missions on the open sea, well after all it is a game about pirates. You start the game off in the middle of battle against an unknown enemy. This is the part where you meet the assassin Duncan Warpole, and you will temporarily take over his life. For a short time, you are recruited into the Templar order only to be betrayed by someone and taken to prison where you steal the ship “the Jackdaw”. You eventually defeat the Templars, and kill most of them. By the end of the main missions you are finally accepted into the assassins order.

Near the end of the game, you received word from someone back from where you used to live that you wife passed away and you have a young daughter named Jenny Scott. Jenny chose the surname Scott as a way to remember her mother who raised her on her own. You also have another child known as Haytham Kenway, who we know from Assassins Creed 3. He is Connor’s Father and the grand leader of the Templars.

Looking back at the very first Assassins Creed game, you can definitely see the difference in the graphics. They get a bit more life like. When it comes to the cuts scenes, they are a bit more animated  then just standing there while the other person was talking.

Even though this game came out last Halloween, I believe that AC4 Blackflag is the game to buy. It has definitely raised the bar for Assassin’s Creed 5

Alex Elliot

Alex Elliot is a regular contributor to that writes from Nevada.