There was a time when I lived for the Assassin’s Creed games. Each new release was something to set my entire calendar around. But the next one, the pirate-infused edition, I just can’t seem to get into.
Now that Desmond Miles’ story has ended, where will the mega-successful franchise go with Assassin’s Creed IV? Into pirate territory, apparently.
Are you a hardcore Assassin’s Creed fan? You may want to invest some extra coin in this Limited Edition of Assassin’s Creed III. Also: check out the latest trailer from the game.
You’ve seen the CG trailer from E3. You’ve seen the gameplay demo. You’ve even seen that mind-blowing naval battle at sea. Here’s something you haven’t seen yet from Assassin’s Creed III: the commentary E3 attendees heard while getting a one-on-one presentation of the game behind closed doors.
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One of the biggest wow moments of this year’s E3 came at Ubisoft’s media briefing, where they unveiled a brand new, “Assassin’s Creed-sized” IP called Watch Dogs. Jaws were on the floor as this stunningly realistic world slowly revealed its first few secrets.
So that video game for The Avengers we’ve been waiting to hear about? It’s not a movie tie-in (which is probably a good thing), and it’s only for Kinect and Wii U. Meh-heh?
Oh, Ubisoft. You big ol’ tease, you. Having enjoyed loads of viral success with past Assassin’s Creed marketing campaigns, it’s no surprise that Ubisoft is kicking up the PR dust by once again asking fans to take part in spreading the word by helping to “unlock” the new game’s latest trailer. Sure… Make us do [...]
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If Ubisoft has been secretly behind all of the supposed leaks this week from Assassin’s Creed III, then it’s been a master stroke of PR. If not, they seriously need to tighten security. ‘Cause after all that stuff we got yesterday, now we have the first five screenshots, too.