Embody Arbaaz in his quest for retribution through a colourful depiction of 19th century Colonial India in 2. 5D stealth gameplay. Travel across an amazing 19th-century India and its legendary landmarksDiscover an exquisite depiction of Colonial India thanks to a palette of vibrant colours.
Zip-line across the streets of Amritsar, hide in the shadows of the palace, and hunt legendary artifacts, following in the footsteps of Alexander the Great. Experience the thrill of being a stealthy assassinAs a smart and charming Assassin, use new subterfuges to disguise and to loot. Discover all-new Assassin’s gear such as the talwar (curved sword) and chakram (circular throwing weapon) to deal great damage and interact with the environment.
Showcase your fighting talents with the new double kill move, helix strike, or silent takedown. Be more agile than ever in even more platforming levels, and escape through the destructible environments of the squares and bazaars, leaving a trail of chaos in your wake. Discover a brand-new challenge mode.
Unlock various challenge rooms: your skills and abilities will be pushed to their limits through a complex sequence of obstacle course. Beat the score to collect artifacts, fulfill special contracts and assassinate in an exciting new game experience!.
This is a solid platformer that highlights a new chapter in the Assassin’s Creed universe, taking us to a unique setting and providing a well needed challenge that will test the very limits of our patience.
Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India is a decent effort, perhaps the closest thing to Prince of Persia we can have today, but it certainly would have better luck if it maintained a high level of quality throughout its (short) duration.
It’s almost as if we’re watching Prince of Persia evolution again. Just a bit more, and we’ll see a fully 3D Assassin’s Creed, where our hero will finally be able to climb any roof he wants. Oh, wait… [Issue#206, p.68]
The second part of the Chronicles spin off saga retains the mediocrity of the previous chapter, albeit without the visual flairs that we saw in our trip to China. The chapter of India is unspectacular in both its combat and its visuals, and in the end it could be described especially succinctly as bland.
AC Chronicles: India's landscape is beautiful. Stealth dynamics are very successful but the game's every episode are almost the same and it has terrible combat dynamics.
This Indian Chronicle holds few surprises for those who played China, meaning frustration and contentment in roughly equal measure. Plus some half-decent artistic flair.
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