@Squadger You more or less just described every AC game and even those that just apply to Odyssey are subjective. I am a fan of Odyssey for subjective reasons, I like the gameplay, I like the world design and while the story has its issues it has caught my curiosity.
And that has what to do with what he just said?
Why would he be regretful?
Select the three dots next to save button. On the new update anyway.
You can save images from Pinterest
Why are people taking screenshots instead of just saving the images? It bugs me.
I’m guessing that Empire is referring to the Roman Empire, probably early AD’s
Rising Sun would be set in Japan.
WW2 and 100 Years War are self explanatory.
And Raj is set in India.
What would Immortals be though?
I never got around to finishing it but from what I played I think it’s better than the base game. I would recommend.
It’s clearly a light hearted joke and nothing there to be taken seriously
I didn’t know that was a thing
What am I looking at here?
^You basically described Witcher 3. Most, if not all, RPGs have the issues you listed including Origins. The point of the cities are three fold:
They serve as a place to buy, sell and upgrade items
They serve as locations for quests to take part in, creating a quest environment very different to that of the rural areas and even other cities
To explore, the cities are meticulously made and contain many interesting locations that you can learn about on the map.
You say all the side quests are the same but I have to disagree there were many unique ones, sure the objectives may be similar but the reasons you are doing them aren’t. On one island you help a girl impress her friends who actually turn out to be made of clay, you then have to decide what to tell her about that. In another you work with someone that is basically in charge of a cult and is a bit of an idiot. In another you deal with a criminal organisation who are using the legend of the minotor to trick and rob people. And there are many more interesting quests, take it from someone who has played a lot of RPGs Odyssey’s has some great side quests, certainly better than the majority of those in TES games.
As for the voice acting, I will agree a lot of it is bad but what RPG doesn’t have bad voice acting, I mean have you heard the voice acting in Oblivion?
Overall your review seems focused on trying to find issues without looking at other games in the genre and making comparison or spending time to consider the positives. If you go out looking for bad things of course you are going to think the game is bad.
^You still haven’t said why you dislike the game beyond the false fact that it isn’t canon.
^That’s some very flawed logic, no matter what you do the overall story remains the same and that story is canon and Kassandra partook in it.
Flawing your logic none of the Dragon Age, Witcher or Elder Scrolls games are canon.
Plus a game not being canon is not a legitimate reason to dislike it.
^Not canon according to who? I haven’t heard Ubisoft (the literal only opinion that matters) say that.
^Question: Are you going to to be negative about Odyssey after every mention of it? It really isn’t as bad as you make it out to be, I can see it why someone wouldn’t enjoy but I can’t see how something could dislike it this much.
There’s no guarantee you will play a Viking, just the chance you will be involved with them.
I completed Origins and it’s DLC’s in just over 100 hours I have yet to finish Odyssey and it’s DLC’s and I have put about 140 hours in. So it’s fair to say that Odyssey is the longest.
Turkey is neither China or Japan.
^It is available on Steam and UPlay so you could use a pc, even a 7 year old laptop will be able to run it.