Assassin’s Creed II Removed from App Store

Just yesterday I was jumping up and down after hearing that Assassin’s Creed II was released.  And just yesterday, I was pissed off at how bad Assassin’s Creed II was, with absolutely no combo attacks, a bunch of button-mashing, and somewhat clunky interface designs.  I was also planning on writing some first impressions this fine morning, ranting on how bad the game was, but for now it seems that it’s appropriate to keep that in waiting until the game is released again.

The reasons for the removal seem to be that the game was not the final version, it was priced wrongly, and some other small issues that didn’t make sense.  For one, I don’t understand how a company such as Ubisoft submits the wrong version of the game, and two, why they priced it wrong.  It’s beyond me, and for those of you who bought the game, I’m going to say sorry.  The game will probably be decreased in price when the game comes back.

For those who missed the chance to buy it, don’t worry.  The game was worth a miss anyways, I was almost thinking of rating it our lowest score, Avoid, because of it’s button-mashing repetitiveness.

About Daniel

I have been an iPhone game addict ever since the NES emulator came out on the 1.1.4 iPhone 2G. After 2.0 and the App Store came out, my iPhone homescreen has never been the same. Other than writing reviews for App Store games, I play soccer/football, American football, volleyball, and golf. I love going to the beach and fishing on the pier. Some games not available on iPhone/iPod Touch that I truly love are the Call of Duty series, Guitar Hero III, Madden NFL 09, and PGR: Gotham Racing.

One thought on “Assassin’s Creed II Removed from App Store

  1. Do you really think this is all a coincidence? I “want” to think it is… but how is it possible that such an anticipated game as Assassin’s Creed II iphone port is released at almost 12 dollars? Not to mention how unlikely is that they “sent” a wrong version of the game…

    How many people bought the game at that sick price?
    How much will Ubisoft earn from this “mistake”?

    I didn’t buy the game, but hey, people, if you did, don’t stop blaming, and shouting, and asking, and crying until Ubisoft gives you back the price difference when the game is re-released. Please, don’t let them laugh at you. We buyers have the power. Use it.

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