This guide contains all the information that are necessary to complete a game for 100%. It is build from the following sections:
- main plot description;
- hints that are connected with side missions;
- maps for each location;
- location of all feathers, glyphs and treasures with detailed maps and descriptions;
- the description of how to complete the Assassin's Crypts;
- economy hints (with complete list of all items, weapons, paintings and many more).
Assassin's Creed II is a very "open" game. That's why I'm not going to write about all possible solutions of how to complete every mission. Instead of this you have detailed descriptions of all main quests and couple of useful tips. In most of cases these tips are about how to kill silently all enemies that Ezio has to eliminate.
Szymon "Hed" Liebert
Translated by: Jakub "jakub02" Kuchnio
About Assassin's Creed II Game Guide
Author : Szymon "Hed" Liebert for gamepressure.com
Translator : Jakub Kuchnio
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Assassin's Creed II Video Game
- genre: Action
- developer: Ubisoft Studios
- publisher: Ubisoft
- platform: XBOX360, PS3
- rated: 18+
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