[Update: The Guardian review no longer appears online. We'd expect it to return very soon.]
With only a few days left the reviews for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood are starting to come in thick and fast.
The latest review comes from The Guardian, which has awarded Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood 4/5, saying it combines "old and new elements with skill and imagination while adding, for the first time, a potentially fascinating multiplayer component".
The review compliments the addition of "powerful kicks" and the "disarm move" to combat as well as the new "brotherhood assisted moves" (didn't AC2 have the second one?)
It sums up by saying the single player campaign's "stunning cut-scenes, music and voice acting" provide "compelling reasons to play this excellent sequel".
CVG's own review of AC: Brotherhood will be up tomorrow. Until then check out our hands-on preview.