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PostAssassins Creed - Brotherhood (PC)

Some of my friends are hardcore Assassins Creed fans, and since it was released last week for pc, they are planning to buy it. Now they asked me if i would want to buy it, to do some online play together... I already looked up some vids and reviews, which were looking good. Then again, one man can never have enough advice.
Have any of you ever played an Assassins Creed game or have already got Brotherhood for PC? Is it a good game and worth buying?

PS: i wanted to look up my system capabilities, to check out my pc can actually match the the game requirements and run the game. I couldnt find it. Do you guys know where to look?

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Re: Assassins Creed - Brotherhood (PC)
Post on Sat Mar 26, 2011 7:38 pm by Yamatsu
Sorry, haven't played the game so I can't give opinions on it.

The system requirements can be found on Steam and on the back of the PC version's box.

Requirements are at the bottom of the page:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/48190/
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Re: Assassins Creed - Brotherhood (PC)
Post on Sun Mar 27, 2011 6:02 am by Chips
You should ask Akai.

I only played it for a little bit, but in my experience it was a fun.
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Re: Assassins Creed - Brotherhood (PC)
Post on Sun Mar 27, 2011 7:33 am by Florenz
@Yamatsu wrote:
Sorry, haven't played the game so I can't give opinions on it.

The system requirements can be found on Steam and on the back of the PC version's box.

Requirements are at the bottom of the page:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/48190/

Sorry for the misunderstanding; what i meant is where can i find my own system (my computer) capabilities, where can i find wether my pc matches the requiremnts or not.
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Re: Assassins Creed - Brotherhood (PC)
Post on Sun Mar 27, 2011 8:29 am by Yamatsu
@Florenz wrote:
@Yamatsu wrote:
Sorry, haven't played the game so I can't give opinions on it.

The system requirements can be found on Steam and on the back of the PC version's box.

Requirements are at the bottom of the page:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/48190/

Sorry for the misunderstanding; what i meant is where can i find my own system (my computer) capabilities, where can i find wether my pc matches the requiremnts or not.
Oh I see.
I assume you have Windows 7, so...

Okay, right click on your Desktop.
If you have an ATi graphics card, an option from the list which is Catalyst Control Center will appear.
After opening CCC, click on "Information" from the list and select either Hardware or Software. It'll show your PC's specs.

If you DON'T have an ATi card, you probably have an NVIDIA one.

Select Control Panel from the home menu/windows menu.
From there, select "Hardware and sound" and open up NVIDIA Control Panel.
The rest of the steps should be similar to previous ones, but I can't open the Panel since I have an ATi card. :P

Hope this helped.
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Re: Assassins Creed - Brotherhood (PC)
Post on Sun Mar 27, 2011 9:20 am by Florenz
@Yamatsu wrote:
@Florenz wrote:
@Yamatsu wrote:
Sorry, haven't played the game so I can't give opinions on it.

The system requirements can be found on Steam and on the back of the PC version's box.

Requirements are at the bottom of the page:
http://store.steampowered.com/app/48190/

Sorry for the misunderstanding; what i meant is where can i find my own system (my computer) capabilities, where can i find wether my pc matches the requiremnts or not.
Oh I see.
I assume you have Windows 7, so...

Okay, right click on your Desktop.
If you have an ATi graphics card, an option from the list which is Catalyst Control Center will appear.
After opening CCC, click on "Information" from the list and select either Hardware or Software. It'll show your PC's specs.

If you DON'T have an ATi card, you probably have an NVIDIA one.

Select Control Panel from the home menu/windows menu.
From there, select "Hardware and sound" and open up NVIDIA Control Panel.
The rest of the steps should be similar to previous ones, but I can't open the Panel since I have an ATi card. :P

Hope this helped.

Sorry man, but I didnt understand a single bit from this XD
Its just me, Im a total asshole at understanding anything of computers in Dutch (my native language), and English only makes it more difficult to me Sad by vort. Ill ask my compute-nerd-teacher at school :P.
Thank you very much though, I would + if I could, but I cant :/...
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Re: Assassins Creed - Brotherhood (PC)
Post on Mon Mar 28, 2011 8:27 am by mhar2012
well i got it on ps3 but yea its a good game ive beaten it and ive even gotten the brutus armor....but the online thing i dnt really like cuz i end up assassinating the civilians instead of the real ppl haha but yea great game
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Re: Assassins Creed - Brotherhood (PC)
Post on Thu Apr 21, 2011 5:35 pm by Crimson_Mars
I own a PS3 copy as well and thought the game is amazing. There is quite a lot to do outside of the main story arc with over 100 side missions, rebuilding Rome and recruiting your mini army of Assassins. If you enjoyed the first two games, I highly recommend picking this one up.

As for online, it's basically a game of hide & seek. In Wanted mode for example, you are giving a contract to kill another player while someone is hunting you at the same time. You really need to be strategic and patient with online as you tend to earn more points for being discreet with your target. Also, you can't run around like an idiot all the time as your pursuer (and target) could easily spot you. Only run if it's and emergency. Remember. You are an assassin. ;)

 

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