Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag - Tattoo TV Spot
Watch Captain Edward Kenway, a pirate trained by Assassins, rise up against authority to become the most feared pirate in the Caribbean. See his adventurous story unfold with each chapter explained through his unforgettable tattoos.
"..and live by the creed of a pirate."
the narrator pretty much confirmed that this is Pirate's Creed IV, not Assassin's Creed IV.
As excited as these sorts of cinematic trailers and gameplay trailers make me, I can't help but lose interest a little when all the "exclusive" promotional items start flashing up on the screen for the last 30 seconds of the video.
I hope that's used in the game. The role of tattoo's to tell his story. Kind of like getting a tattoo in GTA 5, but actually used like a bookmark and not just a cosmetic thing?
Learn to use AdBlock, dude. Besides, those YouTube videos have ads too.
Also, I am surprised that you are still around.
@g1rldraco7 Lol yeah... "this one's about a recent meth binge and some bad decisions made, this one too, and this one, I picked this one out of a catalog..." Riveting....
@akarui2 Yeah I wanted to show everyone how unique I was, so I got a tattoo like everyone else
@roganth The only reason to get a tattoo is for attention, period. When I see someone painted from head to toe, I see someone who sacrificed their entire body for a false sense of self. Someone who can't generate their own self worth, who HAS to see it reflected on someone else in order to believe its real. All this usually gets caused during childhood. Daddy wouldn't play with me so I'm going to shock the ever-loving shit out of him.
If you're getting one to commemorate some kind of life experience then think of it this way: A soldier fights in a war, nearly dies, receives medals in appreciation for his/her valor. Do you think that soldier would then have the audacity to wear the medals every single day? Nope, they don't need to. Because what they did actually meant something and doesn't have to be turned into a talking point for every conversation.