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Assassin's Creed OdysseyVideo Game (Action Adventure, W-Style RPG)

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Assassin's Creed Odyssey is an action role-playing video game developed by Ubisoft Quebec and published by Ubisoft. It is the eleventh major installment, and twentieth overall, in the Assassin's Creed series and the successor to 2017's Assassin's Creed Origins. Set in the year 431 BCE, the plot tells a fictional history of the Peloponnesian War. Players choose between controlling a mercenary for either the Delian League led by Athens or the Peloponnesian League, led by Sparta. [Wikipedia]

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Silent GamerAssassin's Creed Odyssey

1 day ago

The auto-save in this game sucks balls!

Travis GreenAssassin's Creed Odyssey

1 week ago

So, putting aside the fact that the gaming media is terrible and absolutely too lazy as fuck to play the game properly, so as to complain and recommend XP microtransactions (leveling is balanced perfectly fine, in my experience) the game itself is easily the best I've played since III, but probably better than that. It may be my favorite in the series. It has improved combat over Origins, naval combat is both fun and can pretty much be done as much or as little as you like, exploration is very rewarding, and some of the best content in the game comes through sidequests you discover just by exploring (something those dimwitted gaming journalists are clearly too lazy and stupid to realize) and the story has been far more interesting than anything I've played in the series since III (though the modern day stuff has been pretty much nil so far, which is a bit disappointing.) I'll definitely try playing through the games I skipped in the apparent two year gap between this and the next game, but I really doubt any of them will be as good as this one.

Travis Green I'm already approaching a buck per hour, and will almost certainly get there by the time I finish, and that's buying it in Canada, where the base game is $80. I held out on the season pass, for now, because I almost never play DLC anyway, so it didn't really make sense to get it now.

1 week ago

Husky Wing If I don't play the game after the DLC's out, then I'll probably never get around to it until I replay the game. Better for me to be patient.

1 week ago

Silent Gamer I used to always buy the base game, wait till all the dlc is released, buy the season pass in a sale, and then replay the game with the extra content. Done it with all of them except Syndicate, which was a gift, so I just bought the season pass before playing it.

1 week ago

Husky WingAssassin's Creed Odyssey

2 weeks ago

Will I enjoy this game more when the online support's been disconnected, and the grinding's been patched out to accomodate the lack of microtransactions?

Travis Green the game doesn't really have grinding: That's just gaming journalists are trying to steer shit up, because they're both stupid and too lazy to actually play games. I'm level 19, and have barely touched the plot. Yes, I'm obsessed, but still, a normal player doing even a couple sidequests here and there shouldn't be closed to underlevelled, and so the whole XP Boost thing is completely unnecessary. Gaming journalists are morons, just trying to start something, where there's nothing.

2 weeks ago

Husky Wing I'm not sure I can believe you if you're saying there's "nothing" when this game blatantly has one of the worst microtransaction problems I've ever seen.

1 week ago

Travis Green The microtransactions are lame, and shouldn't be there but they're purely optional, and you can easily play the without even thinking about them and not having any issues. The thing that bothers me is these journalists claiming they deliberately slowed down your leveling just for the sake of forcing you to buy the XP Boost, but unless you blatantly rush the game, I don't see how you could possibly end of overlevelled. If anything, leveling is too fast, and I'm afraid I'll hit the cap well before finishing the game and doing all side content I feel like doing, just like in Origins. The game has a ton of issues for sure (in fact, I'm sitting around a 7.5/10 so far, just as with Origins) but it feels like the real issues aren't getting called out (conflicting elements, certain features feel pointless, especially conquest battles, level/stat scaling is messed up in relation to enemies, that if you aren't at least the same level as an enemy your're basically fucked, bounty hunters are damn annoying, etc.)

1 week ago

Silent GamerAssassin's Creed Odyssey

1 month ago

Mmmm, I'm fully on board with this move towards Rpg. I role-play the shit out of these games already. ALL the player choice plz!

Husky Wing I want to fuck more men in AC Odyssey than I fuck women in the original Witcher. That means I need at least one man an hour. This is Greece, and if I can't have sex with a bounty of partners then I will not be fully immersed.

1 month ago

Silent Gamer I'm more interested in stabbing them with things other than my dick. Which I won't have, because I am playing as Kassandra.

1 month ago

Husky Wing if you can even call that playing

1 month ago

Husky WingAssassin's Creed Odyssey

4 months ago

Assassin's Creed Odyssey lets you be "as gay as you want" which is JUST WHAT I WANTED FUCK YEAH I LOVE GREECE
My assassin ain't gonna lay HIS eyes on a SINGLE fuckin woman HELL YEAH gonna get me a piece of man-ass

Silent Gamer I didn't need romance and dialogue trees in my Assassin's Creed. An exciting and compelling story involving chaos versus order please.

4 months ago

Sandy VichAssassin's Creed Odyssey

4 months ago

I'm amused by the people fawning over Assassin's Creed becoming more like an RPG, because what Assassin's Creed truly needed was MORE FUCKING GRIND!

Husky WingAssassin's Creed Odyssey

4 months ago

Perhaps the Animus doesn't hold two sets of genetic memories--most likely, both characters are based on one historic figure, and the other was made as an alternative character for the sake of player choice. No one adds in an alternative male, so the female is most likely the one made by Abstergo.
As for the dialogue options, those are most likely based on the genetic memories of what the man considered saying, whether he ended up speaking it or not. While adding these in does tarnish the historical accuracy of the simulation, it does add an RPG element to the experience that could attract fans of more traditional video games to the Animus.

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Husky WingAssassin's Creed Odyssey

4 months ago

okay how the fuck does the Animus have the memory data for TWO PEOPLE living the same adventure?
I think we should assume this game isn't canon to the Templar/Assassin conflict, and Abstergo is pulling one on us. Be wary of what you're told in that Animus.

Husky Wing HAS UBISOFT ABANDONED THE LORE?

4 months ago

rockshard PhD it makes sense because genes. you're probably just not smart enough to understand

4 months ago

Husky Wing [pfajeg[a CEASE

4 months ago

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