Assassin’s Creed Odyssey estará disponível nesta sexta, 5 de outubro, porém o embargo para as análises terminou hoje. Confira abaixo as notas de alguns dos reviews: Metacritic: 86% Opencritic: 86%
Gadgets 360 – 9/10 IGN – 9.2/10
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is a resounding achievement in world building, environment, and engaging gameplay with occasional problems throughout. Its incredible recreation of ancient Greece is something I’ll want to go back to long after I’ve finished its main story, and its excellent systems mesh together in a way that’s hard to beat. While there are definite rough edges, Odyssey sets a new bar for Assassin’s Creed games and holds its own in the eternal debate over the best open-world roleplaying games ever.
GameSpot – 8/10
Despite this, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s ambition is admirable, which is reflected in its rich attention to detail for the era and its approach to handling the multi-faceted narrative with strong protagonists at the lead. While its large-scale campaign–clocking in at over 50 hours–can occasionally be tiresome, and some features don’t quite make the impact they should, Odyssey makes great strides in its massive and dynamic world, and it’s a joy to venture out and leave your mark on its ever-changing setting.
Gamer.nl – 8.5/10 Conclusion: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is the biggest and most comprehensive game in the franchise ever. It would’ve been smart to cut out the less interesting content, like some generic locations or the most basic random generated side content, especially since the good parts of Odyssey, like the main story and side missions, the war between Athene and Sparta en the hunt for the cult, but also the strong combat and stealth gameplay, offer countless of hours of fun. Just choose your own pursuits in Odyssey, you’ll undoubtly have a great time.
ComiConverse – 4/5
Assassins Creed Odyssey might not reinvent the series, but carries over the most significant elements from prior titles including XP-based RPG progression and expansive open worlds. The story is more engaging and focuses on player choice, which is a step in the right direction. This, without a doubt, is the most robust game in series history, as Ubisoft Quebec delivers a Spartan victory dance.
Destructoid – 9/10
Alexios is one of the most memorable protagonists in all of
Assassin’s Creed, even if I never once actually thought of him as an assassin. In a lesser game, he’d probably be forgettable. But Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is superb in nearly every aspect. It’s the most impressive Assassin’s Creed, even though sometimes it feels like it’s Assassin’s Creed in name only. It’s as broad as Atlas’ shoulders and as strong as Hercules. This time, Ubisoft hit a real Homer. USGamer – 4.5/5
Building upon the foundation established in Assassin’s Creed Origins, Odyssey brings together that title’s RPG adventure with the ship-bound exploration of Black Flag. Choice and consequence feature heavily in Odyssey, with the player guiding Alexios or Kassandra through a massive journey to reunite their family and kill a lot of people. Not every feature is perfect, with things like recruitment and Conquest Battles needing a bit of work, but overall Odyssey is a grand next step for the journey Origins started.
Throughout all of this, and because of all this, I was wary Odyssey would begin to feel bloated, but despite its length that’s not a word I’d use. It’s vast, there’s no getting around that, but optional goat-hunting bounties aside the majority of your time with Odyssey is well respected. You’re always a few hundred XP off a new level and new skill, or a mission away from completing an island’s questline, or one Cultist kill behind upgrading my spear. Tonight I may finally track down a First Civilisation monster, or unlock another map region just to see what lies over the horizon. Odyssey is an enormous game – certainly one of the biggest, if not
the biggest game Ubisoft has ever made. It’s an astonishing creation, extraordinarily generous and solidly crafted, and like its namesake is something that will live long in the telling. Game Informer 8.25/10
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey aims high in its attempts to blend innovative additions with returning features. The execution might be uneven, but Ubisoft Quebec ultimately strikes a successful balance among the many parts. The story is compelling, both as a hero’s journey and in the way it ties into the series’ wider lore. Exploring the world is fun, combat is empowering, and getting epic loot is a thrill. That solid core formula carries Odyssey a long way, but like Icarus and his wax wings, it’s not enough to reach the bright star on the horizon.
DualShockers 9/10 Assassin’s Creed Odyssey isn’t just one of the best Assassin’s Creed games there has ever been, it’s one of the most exceptional action RPGs that I’ve played this console generation. While only a few years ago I was left wondering what this franchise’s future would be, now I’m more excited than I have been in quite some time to see where Ubisoft continues to take Assassin’s Creed from here.
TheSixthAxis – 8/10
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey throws so much stuff at you, it’s difficult to sift through it all. It’s a beautiful game to look at and the story is intriguing, but it feels like a game that could have been a little more ambitious if given more time to develop. There’s good ideas, from the branching story and character choice to the return of ship-based combat, but its ambitions also fray around the edges in a way that Origins didn’t.
GamesRadar – 5/5
In the end this journey is all about choice. The people you decide to let live, the romances you have, the sexuality lines you blur, the questlines you follow, the people you help and hinder and the RPG picks you make. It’s an utterly beautifully crafted world and story, with cutscenes for
literally days. After 70 hours I’ve only just finished the main storyline and I still have plenty to see in Odyssey’s Greece, and it’s a joy to keep on exploring. No-one’s made an open-world RPG with this much depth and brilliance since The Witcher 3. This really is the ultimate Creed. Attack of the Fanboy – 4.5/5
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey takes the excellent blueprint laid down by Origins and expands on it. It’s more dynamic than any game in the series, and gives the very best modern, open-world RPGs a run for their money when it comes to the sheer amount of content and level of quality found across the board. Mileage may vary on the story front, but when it comes to gameplay, Odyssey is one the best Assassin’s Creed games to date.
GamingBolt – 9/10
This is one of the best Assassin’s Creed games Ubisoft has ever made, joining the likes of Assassin’s Creed 2 and Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood at the very top of the franchise’s hierarchy. While its choice and consequence mechanics aren’t radical reinventions, they add a great deal of agency and variation to the proceedings, while a beautiful and varied setting, a meaningful progression system, a ton of enjoyable content, and the series’ best combat system all come together to deliver a memorable odyssey.
Videogamer – 8/10
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey sees the franchise at its strongest and most ambitious yet. With a compelling story, solid RPG mechanics, and heaps of content to soak up, you’ll be spending months immersed in its sprawling Greek sandbox.
TrustedReviews – 4/5
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is another accomplished entry in the long-running open world series. By expanding upon the blueprint established by Origins, Ubisoft has crafted an experience that feels brave, huge and utterly gargantuan.
Seeing everything it has to offer could take hundreds of hours, even if much of its side content feels superfluous, offering little more than small droplets of experience and equipment you’ll never use.
That said, the foundations being built paint an exciting future for Assassin’s Creed, even if its dialogue system and romantic pursuits falter more often than they succeed. Those hungry for more of Assassin’s Creed needn’t go wrong here, as Odyssey presents an exhilarating depiction of Ancient Greece to explore.
God is a Greek – 8/10 GameRevolution 3.5/5
And one of the meta choices out of our hands is Ubisoft choosing to release another game in the franchise so soon after the last one.
Odyssey’s mere existence seems like the manifestation of Ubisoft’s urge to churn out Assassin’s Creed titles, which is odd since the year off gave the series the fresh start and break it deserved. The quick turnaround makes this game a little creatively stagnant and is, in some ways, a step backwards from what came before. Although it crafts a wonderful narrative in an awe-inspiring world, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, through its stubbornness and familiarity, sometimes feels like a “best of” compilation of its predecessors without being the best of them. ACG Video Review VIDEO SkillUp Video Review