Assassins Creed Chronicles PSVITA VPK

Assassins Creed Chronicles PSVITA VPK

Assassins Creed Chronicles PSVITA VPK

Assassins Creed Chronicles PSVITA VPK

A Chinese, an Indian and a Russian man…. No, this isn’t the start of a joke – these are the three assassin’s whose stories form the premise of Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles, a spin-off title from Ubisoft’s popular franchise. Originally releasing as individual titles on the home consoles, Assassin’s Creed: Chronicles Trilogy brings the China, India and Russia episodes together as a single release for the PlayStation Vita release – allowing users to choose which story they tackle first. Assassins Creed Chronicles PSVITA VPK

Assassins Creed Chronicles PSVITA VPK

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China sees players control female protagonist, Shao Jun. After being trained by legendary Italian assassin Ezio Auditore da Firenze (of Assassin’s Creed 2 fame), Shao Jun returns to her homeland during the Ming dynasty to exact vengeance against the Templar group Eight Tigers, who wiped out the Chinese brotherhood. Shao Jun’s quest is the first of the three I played and saw me play through stages set in locations such as Macau, Nan’an, the Forbidden City and the Great Wall. I then moved onto Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India, which is set in the year 1841 as players take the role of Arbaaz Mir. While the Sikh Empire was at war with the East India Company, a Master Templar arrives with a mysterious item that used to belong to the Assassin Order. Mir must discover why he has come, steal back the item, and protect his friends and his lover. To finish off I played through Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: Russia, which is centred around Nikolai Orelov, a man who is trying to leave the Assassin’s order to live a quiet life with his family. Before he is able to do that, the brotherhood assigns him a final mission to steal an ancient artefact – which also sees him become a temporary bodyguard for a princess. All three games use an artstyle that is heavily influenced by paintings and paintbrush effects, with the cutscenes using a watercolour-style aesthetic to deliver each of the games’ stories. This effect worked really well for the cutscenes, it is just a shame that the stories themselves didn’t really leave much of an impact on me for me to care or become invested in the stories behind the games. Assassins Creed Chronicles PSVITA VPK


Release Date : April 5, 2016
Publisher : Ubisoft
Developer : Climax Studios
Region : ???
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RAR File Size : 2.78GB





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2 Responses

  1. dexter says:

    The game is stil stop what’s worng

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