Another Assassin's Creed Brotherhood review has arrived via Italian games mag Play Generation, which has gone for a score of 92% (that's 1 per cent more than ACII).
According to the mag, Brotherhood's visuals are more polished than ACII, with scenes such as standing on top of the Coliseum leaving players "breathless".
New systems such as in-city horse riding, Brotherhood recruiting and city sandbox elements are integrated well, says the mag, and the overall length of the game is longer than it's predecessor if you go for side quests.
Yesterday we pointed out T3's Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood review, in which it calls the game "the best Creed yet".
It's out next Friday, November 19. Look for our review before then.