Assassin's Creed III and the Singapore Connection

We head down to Ubisoft's Singapore studio to find out how the Asian nation worked to bring gamers one of the year's biggest sequels.

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The_Last_Ride
The_Last_Ride

Why is there music in the background? I can't hear what he is saying... Don't put in music in interviews...

lededs
lededs

no matter who stands in the way of the BROTHERHOOD shall be erased. Bring IT!

charlesdao
charlesdao

DO A GAME USING ONLY THE NAVAL BATTLES WITH RPG ELEMENTS! NOW!

icefog00
icefog00

I read "AC3" and immediately my heart skipped a beat.  Asheron's Call 3?  Sweet!!!

Then reality hit...

melante
melante

I don't get why it's always the producers, who are just task managers, to be interviewed and never the game/level designers who actually do the creative work...

kinglucifer21
kinglucifer21

"spends more time loading than you do playing"

 

its true.. bored ending... no boss kill or combo.. automatic video

kordy6
kordy6

assassins creed 3 is one big punch in the face to all assassins lovers, a dysfuntional broken and unfinished game that spends more time loading than you do playing...

a shameful effort from ubisoft

zulwalks
zulwalks

 @melante Not entirely true. its mostly producers and directors that stay through the entire development process from concept to release and they would know more about the game. They also dictate the direction of the game like art style and gameplay. Game/level designers work based on the rules set by the producers and directors. Also, if you are hard at work and its crunch time, would you want to be approached for an interview?

NTenseify
NTenseify

 @melante

I imagine it's because the developers are hired for their creativity and game design skills and not their people skills - they would not provide a "desireable" image for the project in a world where image is everything

mastergundam
mastergundam

 @kordy6i played all of them and this one is still the best up-to-date, i don't get why you people keep complaining over tiny problems or such

 

NTenseify
NTenseify

 @kordy6

 I don't believe you can speak for "all" Assassin's Creed fans. I am one of them and I quite enjoyed it as I'm sure there are others

1stormbringer77
1stormbringer77

 @mastergundam  @kordy6 Because,as the old saying goes, "You can't please everybody". No matter how hard you try there's bound to be someone that will complain that the game didn't come out the way they wanted it or there's too many glitches in this or that. Or just HAVE TO COMPLAIN because they focus on the negative of everything,even life itself. Nope, you can't please everybody.