"The Assassins want freedom, the Templars want control." —
The good thing about "Assassin's Creed 3" is its rich story and ability to enjoy a freewheeling romp around the newborn U.S.A. You have a limited amount of very interesting choices to choose from in the game. Whether you're a single player campaign, trophy-hound, or a completist creativist, you can build your reputation as practically anything but a politician while traversing the 13 Colonies.
As Connor you can branch off from the main plot to do over a dozen different side missions. You can go down in history as one of the most fiercest assassin's to ever do it by taking on contracts, or be an East Coast Ezio running courier jobs across the country. You can build your reputation through the PlayStation Network by the method of madness you inflict on some of the nastier Redcoats.
The gorgeous gameplay will allow you to be immersed in a world where facts are made fun through the usage of stealth and cunning. You'll find yourself wondering aloud, "Was George Washington really that much of a prick?" or "Which way is Massachusetts?". "Assassin's Creed 3" may be a game-within-a-game, but that's particulary rewarding giving everything that it offers.