I have to say, after finishing the story at the weekend I was a little disappointed with the way it ended. I'll spoiler my feedback for people who haven't finished it: Spoiler In my playthrough, Deimos ended up killing Myrinne at the end, which made the whole dinner table scene a bit bizarre. I can see it potentially working if you manage to avoid anyone from dying (or at least Myrinne and Deimos), but otherwise it just seems like Alexios/Kassandra are shrugging off huge personal tragedy way too quickly. Having read through the potential outcomes it turns out that only a very small deviation from the 'good' conversation choices can lead to character deaths, which I think is a bit lame, particularly considering there are some quite similar conversation choices. It turns out one of the key scenes is when Alexios/Kassandra is locked up. I thought I'd picked the right answers to convince Deimos that they were being used by the cult, but apparently not. I also think the story would have worked better if it had culminated in hunting the ringleader of the cultists, rather than leaving you to uncover the rest of the cultists after the story concludes. I thought Deimos was a disappointing end boss fight. He/she was quite predictable and the vast majority of attacks were easy to avoid. I had more trouble fighting the Erymanthian boar than I did Deimos, which is a bit ridiculous. That's not to say the game isn't fantastic, I still consider it one of the games of the year and most of the story is great, it just goes out with a bit of a whimper rather than a bang. Also, not that it's the games fault but I think AC Odyssey shows how badly the next-gen consoles need SSDs, the frequency and length of loading screens is a bit painful.