"At the end of it, is Assassin's Creed Origins, with its DLC, worth playing? I think it is. I found it overall to be quite fun, but I feel like this complete experience might be one best gotten on sale (like I did). The base game is fun and enjoyable, but does have some annoyances to it (the lock-on camera, at times confusing narrative, and the non-Trireme Aya gameplay). The Hidden Ones DLC gives a good look at the start of the Assassin Brotherhood precursor, and some pains it suffered as it started. The Curse of the Pharaohs is more about Egypt, and its religion, so while I did have fun with it, it does not really seem to build onto the Assassin's Creed story. It builds onto the game and is an enjoyable exploration of Egyptian mythology, but otherwise does nothing more than maybe adding another First Civilization artifact to the world."
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