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  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel
  • Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India: Screenshots zum Artikel

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Über das Spiel

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India, wirft die Spieler in die Spannungen zwischen dem Reich der Sikh und den privaten Armeen der britischen East India Company im Jahre 1841. Als ein Meister-Templer mit einem mysteriösen Gegenstand eintrifft, der einmal im Besitz des Assassinen-Ordens war, muss Arbaaz Mir herausfinden, wieso der Templer gekommen ist, den Gegenstand zurückerlangen und seine Freunde und seine Liebste beschützen.

Verkörpert Arbaaz auf seiner Suche nach Vergeltung durch ein buntes Britisch-Indien des 19. Jahrhunderts in einem 2,5D-Schleichspiel.

• Reist durch ein Indien des 19. Jahrhunderts in einer atemberaubenden künstlerischen Interpretation.
Entdeckt die exquisite Abbildung Britisch-Indiens, dank der lebendigen Farben. Nutzt die Seilrutsche in den Straßen Amritsars, versteckt euch in den Schatten des Palastes und jagt legendäre Artefakte während ihr euch in den Fußstapfen Alexander des Großen befindet.

• Erlebt die Spannung eines verstohlenen Assassinen.
Nutzt neue Ausflüchte als schlauer und charmanter Assassine, um unterzutauchen und zu plündern. Es gilt neue Assassinen-Ausrüstung wie den Talwar (Krummschwert) und das Chakram (runde Wurfwaffe) zu entdecken, die immensen Schaden anrichten und die Umgebung zu beeinflussen.

• Zeigt euer Kampftalent mit dem neuen Doppelkill, dem Helixschlag oder dem lautlosen Takedown. Seid noch agiler als zuvor in mehr Plattform-Leveln als je zuvor und entkommt durch die zerstörbare Umgebung der Plätze und Basare, und lasst eine Spure des Chaos hinter euch.

• Entdeckt den neuen Herausforderungsmodus
Ihr seid in der Lage, unterschiedliche Herausforderungen freizuschalten: Die Fähigkeiten und Fertigkeiten werden durch einen komplexen Hindernisparcours bis ans Limit gefordert. Durch das Schlagen des besten Ergebnisses könnt ihr Artefakte sammeln, besondere Verträge erfüllen und den Assassinen in einem ganz neuen Spielerlebnis erfahren.

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU: Intel Core 2 Duo E8200 @ 2.6 GHz or AMD Athlon II X2 240 @ 2.8 GHz
  • RAM: 2 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 (32/64bit versions)
  • HD: 4 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • SFX: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
  • DX: Version 10
  • MISC: Video Drivers: nVidia GeForce 347.52 and AMD Catalyst Omega 14.12
  • LANG: Deutsch
  • CPU: Intel Core i3 2105 @ 3.1 GHz or AMD Phenom II X4 955 @ 3.2 GHz
  • GFX: nVidia GeForce GTX 470 or AMD Radeon HD5870 or better (1024MB VRAM with Shader Model 5.0)
  • RAM: 4 GB RAM
  • Software: Windows 7 SP1 or Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 (32/64bit versions)
  • HD: 4 GB verfügbarer Speicherplatz
  • SFX: DirectX Compatible Sound Card with latest drivers
  • DX: Version 10
  • MISC: Video Drivers: nVidia GeForce 347.52 and AMD Catalyst Omega 14.12. Supported video cards at the time of release: nVidia GeForce GTS 450 or better, GTX 500, GTX 600, GTX 700 series; AMD Radeon HD5770 or better, Radeon HD6000, HD7000, R7 200, R9 200 series Note: Laptop versions of these cards may work but are NOT officially supported.
  • LANG: Deutsch

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So i just finished the game. And i love it! Okay it's much more difficult than AC C China and has some time pressure parts, but it's still possible to finish. This game reminds my very strong of Prince Of Persia, the old classic games.
So all in all it's a very good game, nice graphics, physics and even KI for my opinion. Please UBISOFT make more of those games cause they are very nice and fun to play.
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Positives:
- wunderschöne Grafik (auf die Details muss man achten! einfach grandios!)
- coole Gadgets

Negatives:
- manche Stellen sind einfach nur mühsam und demotivierend
- die Story ist nicht besonders

Fazit:
Während die Grafik den Vorgänger bei weitem übertrifft wird der Spaßfaktor eher nicht so erreicht. Gegen Ende nimmt das Spiel zwar etwas Fahrt auf, doch der Großteil des Spiels ist nicht gerade besonders. Wenn man nichts besseres zu tun hat okay, aber ansonsten nicht besonders empfehlenswert.
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Totally awesome game, finished wit 100% and it was really fun! =)
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3/5 Decent.
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If you are into sort of trial and error puzzle maps similar to old Commando games then this will appeal to you (although being forced into the clunky-yet floaty combat will frustrate many people who like to take their time).

I knew it wasn't a full-on open world game like the other titles, but I am already experiencing one-hit deaths (back to the same checkpoint the 11th time in a row) and the controls not working as advertised (sometimes I can do non lethal take downs some times I can't, it's a mystery).

I'm sure there's a very specific way to approach every level and some people will really like the feeling of finally figuring it out, but this just isn't my game. I don't have time to replay the same checkpoint over and over and over again.

It's not like any AC game makes you stick around for the story and riveting characters, but I was hoping for a neat experience in India with some fun stealth and action game play. Every guard you encounter can essentially one shot you and the controls are way too imprecise to do much of anything about it. I'm sure if I grinded through for another 10 levels I would become better, but I have 100 other, better games in my Steam library I could be playing instead.
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[h1]9 out of 10 Highly Recommended[/h1].
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It could be a nice game without bugs.
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The answer to commands is ridiculously slow, jeopardizing stealth moments you need them the most.
I played the China chapter from this Chronicles series and don't remember having this issue.
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This game’s controls are atrocious. The default control layout apparently expects you to have three arms. A decent custom one is hard to figure out since the game doesn’t allow you to rebind like half of your keyboard or any additional mouse buttons to begin with. And even then, the combination of actions assigned to each key still make no sense. It took me slightly less than an hour to figure out some decent controls, but the game still only was barely playable afterwards.

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[h1] Information / Review English [/h1]

Assassin's Creed® Chronicles: India is an Action-Adventure developed by Climax Studios.

[h1] Gameplay / Story [/h1]

The successor, which begins in India in the early 19th century, remains true to itself. In other words: You can notice both the Persian prince and the other noticeable inspiration Mark of the Ninja from Klei Entertainment again and again. And like in the predecessor, the Indian assassin does not manage to clearly break away from these templates. Among other things, because both the story and the character drawing are pale again and even lag behind their predecessors. It doesn't help that in the tutorial you are on the way to your loved one like Ezio once did with the hero Arbaaz Mir. Not even that the adventure, set about 300 years after the China Chronicles, sends you back on the hunt for a magical artifact that once belonged to Ezio. Because like in China you take a hero who is anchored in the AC canon. But if you want to find out more about Arbaaz, you have to read the comic Assassin's Creed: Brahman to heart. In terms of level design and game requirements, India is also a stringent continuation of China.

[h1] Pro [/h1]

+ feels like Assassin's Creed even in 2D
+ good music, matching Indian language
+ very varied throughout
+ Mixture of sneak and action sequences
+ fair and yet demanding
+ Trading cards

[h1] Contra [/h1]

- AI disappointed
- Characters without depth

[h1] Conclusion [/h1]

Assassin's Creed® Chronicles: India offers you the solid continuation of an equally solid 2D stealth platformer series. Like in China back then, only now in India.


[h1] Information / Review Deutsch [/h1]

Assassin’s Creed® Chronicles: India ist ein Action-Abenteuer, welches von Climax Studios entwickelt wurde.

[h1] Gameplay / Geschichte [/h1]

Der Nachfolger, der im Indien des frühen 19. Jahrhunderts beginnt, bleibt sich treu. Sprich: Man kann sowohl den persischen Prinz als auch die andere spürbare Inspiration Mark of the Ninja von Klei Entertainment immer wieder bemerken. Und wie im Vorgänger schafft es auch der indische Assassine nicht, sich deutlich von diesen Schablonen zu lösen. Unter anderem auch, weil sowohl Geschichte als auch Charakterzeichnung wieder blass und sogar hinter dem Vorgänger zurückbleiben. Da hilft es auch nicht, dass man im Tutorial wie einstmals Ezio mit dem Helden Arbaaz Mir auf dem Weg zu seiner Liebsten ist. Auch nicht, dass das etwa 300 Jahre nach den China-Chroniken spielende Abenteuer einen wieder auf die Jagd nach einem magischen Aretfakt schickt, dass einst Ezio gehörte. Denn wie in China nimmt man zwar einen Helden, der im AC-Kanon verankert ist. Doch wer mehr über Arbaaz erfahren möchte, muss sich den Comic Assassin’s Creed: Brahman zu Gemüte führen. Beim Leveldesign und den Spielanforderungen zeigt sich India ebenfalls als stringente Fortsetzung zu China.

[h1] Pro [/h1]

+ fühlt sich auch in 2D an wie Assassin’s Creed
+ gelungene Musik, passende indische Sprache
+ durchwegs sehr abwechslungsreich
+ Mischung aus Schleich- und Actionsequenzen
+ fair und trotzdem fordernd
+ Sammelkarten

[h1] Kontra [/h1]

- KI enttäuscht
- Charaktere ohne Tiefe

[h1] Fazit [/h1]

Assassin’s Creed® Chronicles: India bietet dir die solide Fortsetzung einer ebenso soliden 2D-Stealth-Plattformer-Serie. Wie damals in China, nur jetzt eben in Indien.
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It breaks my heart to do this because I LOVE the entire Assassin's Creed franchise, but this is probably the only entry I don't like out of all of them. In fact, I kind of hate it. While the mechanics introduced from AC China are polished up on, and there's a nice addition of looting guards and streak killing enemies in combat, AC India fails to surpass AC China despite of its improvements.

Basically halfway through the game it forces you to do a whole lot of timed missions where it rushes you to the end and pretty much removes all the fun optional objectives present in AC China. You are rewarded for rushing rather than exploring, and I think that's an absolute shame because at a mechanical level, the controls for this game are much much smoother than AC China. On top of that, there's a lot of forced enemy kill count objectives and forced combat sections that just ruin the freedom that comes with AC games.

I would only recommend this game to those who enjoyed the fast paced action set pieces from AC China, but want nothing but those, rather than the option to be slow and deliberate or speedrun through missions. Otherwise, this game falls flat on its face by disrespecting the player's ability to choose how they want to approach the game.
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Since this game is very similar to Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China, it is impossible to not compare them. I *loved* ACC: China, so I had high hopes, perhaps high expectations for this game. Not only did this game not deliver, it disappointed immensely. Now, let me begin by saying that this game might have gotten better on a second playthrough, or perhaps a third (hard mode and hard mode plus). When I played ACC: China, I nailed all three difficulties because the game was that good. In this one, I was very happy to stop playing after one playthrough. Here's my review of ACC: India.

[h1]What I (almost) liked:[/h1]
- During this game, you'll pass through several First Civilization ruins. There are traps in these, which provided a fun new addition to this game. And then, they overused them and started doing it more poorly so it completely ruined any enjoyment I would have had for this.

Yes, the list of what I liked about this game is this short.

[h1]What I didn't like about this game:[/h1]
- The story is completely arbitrary and doesn't even nearly seems to be at the heart of this game. It seems to just explain a backdrop for this game. [spoiler]The end state of the game is exactly what it was when the game started, thus utterly wasting your time. No one of any significance dies, no characters grow anything and at the end of the game, you have the thing you had at the start and so do the Templars. What fun.[/spoiler]
- The main character in this game is rude, overconfident, and a stereotypical action hero. If you're looking for any character development, you're not going to find it in this game. He ends the game the way he started it, learning nothing and growing nothing. He gets everything he wants done though.
- Moving away from the game's story, the mechanics are equally horrible. This game adds a multiplier since ACC: China. So where in ACC: China you felt you had a chance for choice how you wanted to do things and sometimes chose to take a fail for a slightly lesser score, now there's an absolute obligation to get a Gold score, since otherwise you'll lose your multiplier, which completely defeats your chances to get all the level objectives. And where in AC: China, I felt I wanted to get golds in Ghost or Assassin, in this game, I stopped caring after about 3 segments.
- Timed sections are executed absolutely horribly. Where in ACC: China they were kill and move fast - here you just had to deal with enemies staring at you constantly and you having to constantly wait to either kill or move past them. This is the least enjoyable way to do a timed segment and completely took the adrenaline of trying to do it fast out of it. There is one okay timed segment at the end of the game, which is a shame, since about half of this game's segments have timed elements. It almost feels as if this game has an identity crisis and can't decide if it wants to be a speed game or a stealth game. I know what I came for, and was sorely disappointed for it.
- Puckle Gun segments are completely random where sometimes, you'd hold on to a certain speed and movement pattern and would be fine, and get shot by a stray bullet the second time.
- Honestly, they seem to have taken everything that made ACC: China fun, put it away, and only put in the things that were completely unenjoyable. An absolutely tedious amount of timed segments and almost exclusively gimmicky enemies.

[h1]What I hated:[/h1]
- Now, I don't want to be petty, but I'm going to be. In a game that is literally about being an assassin that sneaks through shadows and kills and hides enemies (ignoring the 'ghost' aspect of this game for a second), having several enemies that literally cannot be killed unless you use a tool is really, really dumb. Literal trash. One of the guys that can't be killed is fairly common, as well, making me roll my eyes several times while I was playing a video game.
- This game has way too many glitches and bugs for what it is. Examples: Enemies that ignored the tools, the character (literally so forgettable I can't remember his name now) suddenly shifts depts when jumping and jumped to his doom, sound suddenly switches off and doesn't come back until after restarting the game, poor hit box registration in several moments but most annoyingly I was killed during an escape sequence despite being very far away from the source of danger, drop and catch detection simply fails to register the button I've been holding down since the start of the drop - and then when rapidly tapping it again - and then randomly worked.

This game is not worth your time. The story is bad, the main character is annoying and forgettable, you're not missing any story, there is no reason to play this. Buy ACC: China instead. Play that, enjoy it and love it. This game will just make you wish back to when this style of game was carefully thought out.

If you are worried about missing out on story, let me summarize it in one sentence. [spoiler]You run around a whole lot, making literally no progress and ultimately get back the diamond you had at the start of the game, only to pass it on to someone else.[/spoiler]
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Verfasst: 13.04.21 16:09
I was simply disappointed with the first game.
But I hoped that India could be a 'little' better.
So, the second game of the chronicles trilogy.
Did it disappoint me like the first game? Nope.
It really is a straight up upgrade in many ways.
The gameplay mechanics were more polished.
And overall, it simply feels like a better sequel.
But: It's just not fun, the controls are horrible.
India is actually quite tedious to play through.
So many timed missions that just aren't good.
You'll be simply forced to retry missions a lot.
It actually isn't much about stealth anymore.
This is more or less about the perfect timing.
And that just isn't Assassin’s Creed anymore.
Some people might enjoy this type of thing.
But for me: It just really feels rage inducing.
The game did sometimes ignore the inputs.
I really don't like the controls in Chronicles.
And I just have to give it a negative review.
The visual style was amazing, that's a fact.
Even the story is rather enjoyable in here.
But... the gameplay simply killed it for me.
It's like 'Mark of the Ninja' but just worse.
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Verfasst: 13.06.21 23:25
After finishing all three Chronicles games on Steam I can say Assassin's Creed Chronicles: India is probably the worst out of all of them. I unfortunately gave negative reviews to the two other games and that doesn't change here.

Similar to all the other games, the level backgrounds and getaway/escape missions are where this game really shines but we were once again hit with a bland story, boring characters, and India (for some reason) added so many insta-kill/finish parts to the game. Whether it is an escort mission where you get seen and have to restart or bombs that blend in with the background aesthetic and one-shot you India managed to make an already frustrating spin-off series more abysmal.

Similar to my other reviews, if you love platform games and love Assassin's Creed you might enjoy this game, otherwise I would stay away.
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Verfasst: 14.09.21 16:49
Honestly, there's not a big difference between ACC China and ACC India. The gameplay is same and the only difference is story. Though I personally liked ACC China more, but this game is not bad at all.

If you liked ACC China, you'll enjoy this aswell.

If you are an Assassins Creed Fan, there's no reason why you should not have a blast playing all the AC Chronicles games.
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bullsh!t
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The game is wrongly Titled. Prince of Persia Chronicles of India.
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I hate this game so much
3/10
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DIFFICULTY
????Easy
???? Normal
☑️ Hard
???? Extreme

GRAPHICS
???? Bad
???? Neutral
???? Good
????Amazing
☑️ They don't matter

STORY
???? Bad
☑️Neutral
???? Good
???? Amazing

LENGTH
☑️ Short (3 - 20 hours)
???? Average (21-50 hours)
???? Long (51-120 hours)
????No ending

WORTH BUYING
???? No
☑️Wait for sale
???? Yes
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me likey
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How's it goin' guys and gals, me Mutahar and today we will be destroying the Templar order with the power of sonic inflation and nested VM's.
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It constantly makes me aggressive but it´s still a bit fun and in my oppinion only worth buying on sale.
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decent
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Release:12.01.2016 Genre: Action-Adventure Entwickler: Climax Studios Publisher: Ubisoft Engine:keine Infos Kopierschutz:Digital Rights Management Franchise: Assassins Creed
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