Assassin's Creed 2 gets released to only get removed from the App Store

Assassin's Creed 2 gets released to only get removed from the App Store
With its console version already being gobbled up by video game fanatics, Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed 2 for the iPhone has slowly made an appearance on the App Store – briefly that is. Before you could literally click the download button, it was quickly removed without hesitation – it was speculated that it wasn’t a final version and was littered with bugs. In addition, its staggering price of $11.99 seemed a bit pricey for a handheld game – even for something on the App Store. There might have been some special features to justify such a high price point – like the ability to use the camera feature to take a photo of your face so it’s plastered on all the wanted posters in the game. Hopefully things get ironed out in time so that the experience doesn’t leave gamers with a sense of regret when they purchase it.

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1. rhomaion

Posts: 187; Member since: Sep 23, 2009

As I've said before handheld games are good as far as the ones that don't require much in the way of controls in which case the first Assassin's Creed for iPod/iPhone was okay but very hard to control. PSP is much better suited for these types of games and now that I mention it I do believe they have a Assassin's Creed white version of the PSP.

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