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#1 Posted by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

I write a blog about Science fiction and Horror novels:

#2 Edited by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

My un-popular opinion:

The best Assassin's Creed game is Assassin's Creed: Revelations.

From story, to freedom of movement (hook blade ftw!) to the beautiful setting to the music to the modern-day story to the design. That game just nailed it. :)

#3 Posted by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

Isn't it kinda hinted in one of the voxaphones that the scientists of Columbia got some of their technology by open tears to other realities?, which suggests that they stole the Big Daddy tech from the Rapture universe, and perhaps Songbird is their own version of the Big Daddy. Glowing eyes/violently protective of its female charge, etc.

Which suggests that there's a person (or what used to be a person) inside the thing...

#4 Posted by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

Whoa, I think the title of this thread is a bit spoiler-tastic! :S

#5 Posted by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

In my humble opinion - all 3 Ezio games are better than AC3...

#6 Posted by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

Take over the forts, this reduces the chances of them coming under attack.

If they do come under attack, you just have to be quick and get to the icon on the map. I think I only made it once. It is knida annoying...

#7 Posted by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

Awesome - the most recent game I bought was AC3 (4.5GB from the disc!!), I was worried it would be some similar MASSIVE file size.


Many thanks for the swift replies. :)

#8 Posted by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

Didn't they give 10/10 to one (or maybe both) of the Mario Galaxy games?

That was a while ago, though...

#9 Posted by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

Hi guys,

I'm really keen to play Bioshock Infinite, but my PS3 is really low on memory - and after recently playing Assassin's Creed III which has a mandatory install of 4.5GB, I'm worried about this game...

I was wondering if anybody could tell me how much memory B:I requires?

It's normally written on the back of the box, and I can't seem to find the answer anywhere online.

Many thanks.

#10 Posted by tom_cat_01 (2188 posts) -

I got it!

And the end of Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag, Edward Kenway is going to die - his hidden blade will be picked up by 6-year-old (or very young) Haytham, then some man who Edward entrusted to raise Haytham will lead him away, but the player will know the truth - that man is actually a Templar!


That's my prediction, anyway...