Nothing is true, everything is permitted…
It's been a very long time since Kevin has played Assassin's Creed II but now is the time to reacquaint himself with Ezio Auditore d...
Ezio gets into more trouble, but it's no more than his father is in it seems.
Ezio begins his quest for vengeance with gusto, as his ally Leonardo da Vinci proves invaluable.
Ezio targets the man immediately responsible for the death of his father and brothers: Uberto Alberti.
Maybe yelling "IT WAS ME, EZIO AUDITORE!" at those around wasn't the most... incognito way of killing.
There is still the little matter of gratuitously doing away with Vieri de' Pazzi.
The way forward lies upwards, to the rooftops, the mysterious La Volpe and a showdown with Francesco de' Pazzi.
Family history, more codex pages, more saving people, poison, pigeons of death and doing away with treacherous monks.
Ezio leads an army to the villa stronghold of Francesco Salviati, and one of the keenest to get in the action is his own horse
Ezio's quest for vengeance continues - and it's not been unnoticed.
Ezio bumps into Leonardo and his carriage, and then has to save them both from an ambush.
Sequence 6 is technically over, as we nip back to the real world to check up on Desmond, Lucy and the rest.
"Good evening, my name is Ezio Auditore da Firenzi and I'm going to beat you to death with this man's club."
"You're dead. You're dead. Your mate over here is dead..."
"Three florins? Outrageous! I only kill a man for at least four."
He may have killed another target, but Venice is still a dangerous place to be for Ezio.
If only the birds can enter the Palazzo, Ezio must test Leonardo da Vinci's new-fangled flying machine.
"Damn right I'm gonna desecrate this burial place!"
"Ezio did not kill civilians? I AM NOT EZIO!"
There's still the last Templar Lair to do, but Ezio seems to have a mind of his own. Then again so does Bartolomeo d'Alviano...