Suntil, it works as a rule. Kassandra is a brilliant company that takes absolutely no nonsense from anyone, while the border characters are also well served. Kassandra's silly, stealing but ultimately benign surrogate father Markos is a pleasant seeker from the start. Usually clearing up rubbish or making new ones at his command.
Fighting and upgrades get a good feeling
In addition to the branching dialogue and the better telling of stories, Assassin & # 39; s Creed in his role-playing game in Odyssey leans with a threefold upgrade. You can spend points on your arithmetic skills, stealth or melee; unlock more powerful sniper-like shots, or improve your sneak attacks (such as Origins, you are still not guaranteed to kill an enemy if you sneak after them, depending on you and the level of your opponent).
Most notable are the melee upgrades, which can give you special attacks, such as a bull-charge or a spartan kick. These feed on a significantly improved fighting system, which has much more grace in animation and performance than Origins, and is much more dependent on timing and counterattacks.
The special forces meanwhile give a serious compliment. The bulk charge can ensure that you cover a lot of ground to reach an enemy and is incredibly handy. But the Spartan kick is brilliant, so you can boot an opponent to give yourself some space or kite around them, so they are supported on a cliff and, well, you can guess the rest.