Edge has slapped its Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood review on the internet.
The mag gives Ezio's second outing 8/10, a good score for a game that builds on what the series already offers rather than doing anything innovative, it says.
"Brotherhood is Assassin's Creed II 2, its new mechanics feeling more like extensions of an existing form than innovations," says Edge.
"It's a greatest hits disc, then, a weighty, good-value deal that plays the series' best bits - but there's the constant danger that you've heard them before."
Edge does, however, feel that Ubisoft has created something new in terms of multiplayer:
"Ubisoft Montreal has created a shifty, paranoid experience," the review says. "One that has a more palpable sense of mortality than most online arenas."
Read our own Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood review to find out why we like it.