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Assassin's Creed Freedom Cry (pc game)
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Originally released as the only major story-driven piece of downloadable content for the epic Assassin's Creed: Black Flag, Freedom Cry has since been released as a standalone offering and if you have any interest in the franchise, this is one extra that deserves to be played. Not only does it provide some entertaining stealth 'em up gameplay, it also provides an interesting and enlightening storyline that does actually make you think a bit. The story takes place fifteen years after Black Flag and finds you in control of Adewale, Edward Kenway's second-in-command. He's now become an assassin himself but sets aside his responsibilities to help out with a rebellion in Saint Domingue and which involves the setting free of slaves. The essential gameplay mechanics are the same as in the main game, with the familiar blend of tailing people, sneaking around, and combat, but there's a strong focus on the slavery element across the game's nine missions. Although this isn't in many ways overly different from its parent title, that game was one of the most enjoyable Assassin's Creed games in recent years, thanks in part to its theme. The storyline here is a big draw and is certainly thought-provoking enough to be worthy of your time, but without being too preachy. There's a good range of missions to try out and although this isn't going to last forever, mainly due to its smaller scale, there's still plenty of entertainment to be had. Throw in the fine visuals and tight controls and you have an excellent offering that does the AC franchise proud.

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