Earlier this week T3 delivered its verdict on Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed Brotherhood, giving it a 5/5 score and calling it "The best Creed yet."
The fine folks at PSM3 have also spent some quality time with Ezio Auditore da Firenze on his second outing and come away quite impressed.
The review opens by saying that while it doesn't innovate in the same way that AC2 did "it improves on every aspect of the Assassin's Creed formula" and is a "broadening of the series".
Although players take control of Ezio once again, the review says that the city of Rome is the real star of the game. "It's a glorious, rich city with a staggering amount of side-missions, secrets and hidden stuff to sniff out".
The game's new multiplayer mode is described as "an inventive and entertaining addition". Overall, Brotherhood is a game "designed to treat fans" and "entice newcomers".
Pick up issue 134 of PSM3 for the full, in-depth six page review as well as previews of Batman: Arkham City, Mortal Kombat, inFamous 2 and the