There were a great deal of fantastic games published in 2013, and a few of them even dealt with complex ideas larger than people shooting each other for the sake of a plot point. While games like The Last of Us, BioShock Infinite and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag don't appear to have much in common at first glance, the three console titles all raise some very interesting questions and ideas in one specific area.
Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag
I've been playing a lot of Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag these past few weeks, taking just about any opportunity I can to hit up the adventure on the high seas. Of course, the storyline has taken a back seat to my strange compulsion in eliminating every last sea beast from the ocean so that SeaWorld will never have them in the future. I'm basically a time-traveling environmentalist.
The stellar spin-off to Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag has made its debut as a standalone title.
Fighting for freedom can be a lot more rewarding than playing pirate. Adewale's latest Black Flag spin-off is going to exist as a stand-alone title.
Darby McDevitt, lead writer on Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, has stepped forward and said that the time-traveling series always has room for more.
Hitting the high seas for adventure in Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag has been a blast, but once you've seen everything there is to see, what more is there to do? Plenty, we say. If you happen to have time to complete some Abstergo Challenges, you'll be able to earn some cheats that should make the enjoyable life of a pirate even more ridiculous.