Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Xzibit, Feb 15, 2012.
For the love of god, i want all my answers Ubisoft, i demand them!
Hahahahaha, you and me Michael
i will add this last game to my collection, then its back to ubi bashing.
let the drm flaming commence. :biggun:
I got used to the DRM scheme, not the best way to control piracy but weell.
This should be the last one right?
Hope not. Can't get enough of sneaking across rooftops.
The AC series is one the most original game series of the last decade, my opinion.
America!? Bummer ... I was hoping it would be feudal China (Embers).
Hope you can use diferent colors ingame again, i want a black suit. Ebony wetlands ftw
Oh, and doing some missions for Blackbeard would be cool
AC needs pirates
Oh man... that comes out so wrong because this is a PC release by Ubi
native American killing Mayflower Mormons
I am IN
The AC games have more potential than any other gaming series about right now, as they aren’t restricted by location or time period, and story wise I find fiction based around historical events much more interesting than pure fiction.
It has become a bit of a cash-cow, but why not, each game provides better value for money than most games these days, and the always online DRM has been gone since the second game, so people can’t even complain about that.
Well I cant see much climbing over buildings in revolutionary America. The settlements weren't exactly big, in population, number of buildings or size.
Well, New York City at the time had plenty of buildings, but yeah, it won't be the same.
Imagine AC3 set in medieval Japan. Plenty of buildings, High urban population, samurai swords. It'll be a nice setting.
Looking into it a bit more New York would make a good setting really. it did swap hands from American to British I belove, and back again obviously. It also had a fair sized population about 20 -30 k. Which should be comparable to the populations sown in the older games
edit : Humans are worse than rabbits in 1750 Americas population was about 3 million now its over 300 million.
Well, that killed a lot of my hope for the next game. I'll probably still get it, but I was hoping for Japan... or something like that.
The original Assassins Creed is the only one in the series I've ever completed. Never completed number two and never bought either Brotherhood or Revelations. They just get made too quickly for me to keep up!
Assassin's Creed II is awesome. A great step up from the first one. Brotherhood and Revelations are okay... but nearly as good as the first two.