Assassin's Creed II is one of the very best games of the generation. This is why we so badly want Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood .
And if you're big AC fans like us, you'll want to gather as many juicy details as possible. Head on over to the PlayStation Blog and learn about all the new enhancements and improvements. No, we're not talking about removals; we're talking about additions . Ezio is not only more capable than ever but he'll also have access to even more tools; Jeff Rubenstein said he saw the hero "man a cannon, sink a ship, and even pilot a primitive, da Vinci-designed tank." There's also more freedom involved, as you can sort of branch out on your own during the narrative by taking different assassinations. Even during the main quest, players will have even more choice; if you perform a certain secondary action during a primary question, that can increase your synchronization level, which can in turn lead to the surfacing of Ezio's lost memories. Some of them will even be playable.
Reader questions were also answered so you can check that, too. It seems we won't have PlayStation Move support in Brotherhood but that's okay…that's gotta be too complicated to translate well.