Game*Spark: “Assassin’s Creed Mirage” Receives Rave Overseas Reviews, Despite Outdated Elements, as It Returns to Its Roots


●GameGrin: 100/100

●Gaming Age: 91/100

Assassin’s Creed Mirage continues the flow of an undeniably solid game. It’s not breaking new ground, but it does show that there’s still a lot of story to explore in this series, which has around 20 games, including spin-offs.

Gamers Heroes: 90/100

“Mirage” is the “Asakuri” that many people have been waiting for. It pays homage to its roots, offering a carefully planned and executed stealth challenge and satisfaction. It effortlessly blends an old-school approach with modern design philosophies, a deeper and more immersive game world, and a story that keeps you hooked from start to finish.

GamingTrend: 85/100

GameSkinny: 80/100

Basim isn’t the most interesting protagonist, but he has a likable and enthusiastic charm. (Omitted) Her missions are fun and can be completed with multiple unlocks depending on your play style. She doesn’t have the independence she does in Valhalla, but she does have enough freedom to give the illusion of that.

Assassin’s Creed Mirage is a solid step in the right direction for the series. Fans old and new won’t want to miss this Baghdad story.

GamesRadar+: 80/100

Game*Spark: “Assassin’s Creed Mirage” Receives Rave Overseas Reviews, Despite Outdated Elements, as It Returns to Its Roots

Hardcore Gamer: 80/100

Assassin’s Creed Mirage is a great return to the style of the original Assassin’s Creed. It maintains RPG elements such as equipment upgrades and ability acquisition through skill points, but on a smaller scale than recent titles. The length of the game hits just the right spot, being short enough to feel rewarding but not too long or overwhelmed by bulky content.

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●IGN: 80/100

Push Square: 70/100

Assassin’s Creed Mirage set out in search of its roots, and for better or worse, it got there. It’s undeniably basic in its approach to stealth and combat, and while the design feels oddly dated, it’s also a refreshing reminder of the series’ original strengths. (Omitted) It’s a work that hits the mark that was clearly lacking in “Odyssey” and “Valhalla.”

TheSixthAxis: 70/100

TheGamer: 60/100

Mirage was able to evoke the same feeling I had when I played the original in 2007. There’s an exquisite stealth sandbox hidden within, but it wastes Shohreh Aghdashloo with frequent bugs, a lifeless city, sloppy combat, and one of the flattest, corniest scripts in the series’ history. It is not possible to make up for the shortcomings such as:

PlayStation Lifestyle: 50/100

Assassin’s Creed Mirage is thankfully fairly short compared to the last few games, although its brevity hinders the story. However, its relative thinness only points out how the series has used “quantity” to compensate for its stagnation.

Stealth and open-world design both draw on long-gone era styles, and Baghdad’s potential as a classic setting is lost because of this. It was designed to go back to basics, but it was too faithful to basics.

PowerUnlimited: 50/100


We have brought you a summary of Metacritic overseas reviews of Assassin’s Creed Mirage, more than a week after its release on October 5th.Metascore is PC version77Point, PS5 version is77Point, XSX version is78(The PS4 version and Xbox One version cannot be judged due to insufficient number of reviews).

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This work’s attempt to return to the original path of stealth and moderate volume from the action RPG/large volume route that continued from 2017’s “Assassin’s Creed Origins” has been generally well-received, and has brought back the original goodness of the series. It is rated as. On the other hand, many reviews have pointed out that the game feels “old-fashioned”, with some criticizing the stealth and open world design as being outdated.

“Assassin’s Creed Mirage” is available on PC (Epic Games Store/Ubisoft Store)/PS5/PS4/Xbox Series X|S/Xbox OneCurrently on sale for. For PC/Xbox, it is also available for the subscription service “Ubisoft+”.



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