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Assassin's Creed Odyssey is determined to make your choices feel important

Shaun Prescott
 

I’ve played 20 hours of Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey on PS4: PC code didn’t arrive in time for us to review this massive game in time for its embargo, so Steven will be publishing a full review of the PC version later this week. He'll also publish a review-in-progress later today. In the meantime, these are my impressions based on the console build thus far. I’m playing as Kassandra, the daughter of Spartan army commander Nikolaos.

She was exiled from the Spartans as a young girl and rescued by a small-time hustler on the island of Kephallonia. This is where Odyssey starts: Kassandra is now a woman and that small-time hustler, Markos, uses her as a go-between for his various dodgy money-making exploits. Markos is charming, but this being Assassin’s Creed Odyssey—a game that whole-heartedly embraces conversation trees—you can still treat him like an arsehole if you want. I am playing Assassin’s Creed Odyssey as a deadset ar

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