Over Spring break I had to play Freedom’s Cry. I was beyond excited to finally play some Assassin’s Creed. I had watched my brother play those games when I was younger and I always wanted to try, but he wouldn’t let me touch the controller.
I bought the game, downloaded it on my PC, turned on my stream and was ready for some quality game play.
But that was far from what I got. Apparently I missed the memo that Assassin’s Creed games have horrible clunky controls. If you don’t know what you’re doing, then good luck to you, it’s nearly impossible.
So I wasn’t going to blog about this game because I couldn’t get past the first part.
After three tries I blew up the ships. But when it came time for me to jump from my ship to the other, I ended up in the water and spent a solid 15 minutes trying to get out while everyone on the stream laughed at me. I could never get out and I just sat there waiting for my crew to die completely so I could try again.
But no matter how many times I tried, I just couldn’t get onto that damn ship.
Freedom’s Cry was not my favorite game. Which was very disappointing. The storyline seemed promising, but the gameplay got in the way.