I love the Assassin's Creed series (I cosplayed as Altaiir last year). Assassin's Creed 1 was a good game, but it got it share of problems like some difficulties, redundant missions, control issues, but I was intrigued by the story and knew there was something bigger than more than meets the eye. And, it was nice to play as a Middle Eastern protagonist to play as... to bad it didn't live that long... Assassin's Creed 2 is probably my favorite so far. More likable characters, more variety in gameplay, loved the secret puzzles, loved the plot, and it's one of the rare times I get to collect everything in it. Yeah, at first I didn't like I was playing in another place and as a goofball compared the serious Altaiir, but Ezio grew on me and I really liked him by the time of Revelations. Assassin's Creed Brotherhood was bigger, with more improvements in the gameplay, but felt a bit too long and too large of a wold to keep up with Assassin's Creed Revelation was underwhelming. At first I was excited to play in Istanbul; a city I really enjoyed in my travels, but it was lackluster. It was way too small, the puzzles were replaced with some strange POV world, and didn't have much of a challenge compared the the previous installments. The one frustrating part was defending the base missions. They were a big torture and I hate it a lot! I didn't go that much in Assassin's Creed 3. The ship part was too boring and at that point I was already burnt out from the Assassin's Creed I've played at that point and so, I left it for another time.