Assassin's Creed III: The Betrayal - Launch Trailler
Recruit Benjamin Franklin in the fight against mad King George Washington in the latest DLC for Assassin's Creed III.
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are these guys serious? this "scoresheet" idea was taken directly from a couple television shows. (CSI: NY, and Luther) 10 bucks says he watched either of those episodes and is pulling this out of his ass to make his point make sense
Won't be buying any DLC for AC3 was never sold on the setting or time period, AC4 is much more promising for me personally.
I like how this game is called "Assassin's Creed" yet there seems to be no stealth in these DLCs and there is basically none in the games either.
@i2eaper0f5ouls Plagiarism is rampant in any form of creative expression, not everything that is good has to be original, if it is good then other people will use it and perhaps expand upon it, that is how things evolve.
@stev69 I was big into early colonial history in my college days, I love that whole period of American history, so for me the setting was incredibly appealing. I just haven't played this game yet because I'm waiting for a big ol' price dip. That and the DLC costs are stupid high.
@TheAlmightyCow There is stealth in the DLC now with the cloak and flying ability. The DLC promotes/allows for more stealth actually, and I wish vanilla AC3 would allow the powers to be used.
@TheAlmightyCowHow goes the saying?
When you kill a king, you don't stab him in the dark. You kill him where the entire court can see.
The entire franchise is about killing guys in power... tho i prefer my assassins stealthy that's for sure.
@TheAlmightyCow I know when you hear assassin you think stealth but that doesnt mean that you can not assassinate without stealth. When they make an Assassins Creed with no killing, then you have a gripe.