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- Oct 7, 2012
Developers Julien Laferriére and Philippe Bergeron hang out on our EB Expo 2012 stage show and perform a live Q&A with the audience about all things Assassin's Creed 3!
Does anyone happen to know whether the game will be in 3D again? I liked the Revelations 3D addition and would live to play through another title on my monster TV. I don't want gaming to give up on this just yet, I feel 3D is something which games can use to further immerse us int their worlds.
I'm looking forward to AC3 and with all due respect to the 2 devs guys on stage, this video was boring, it's like all 4 were going through the motions with very little effort or passion
Some good questions there, but the one I was really wondering about wasn't asked - will the sync system return as it was in Brotherhood? Because I thought that was good, albeit some were a bit annoying (like doing a whole mission without taking damage).
I've already paid for AC3 & the Guide (hardback) and my patience is getting thin. This is gonna be GREAT!
Why do I get the sense that the developers are always trying to avoid telling the story of Subject 16, Lucy, and the modern day Assassins? I understand they want to avoid convoluting the greater narrative. I wish they hadn't told that story in the first place, now that they don't seem to have any interest in elaborating on it.