I personally believe the choice of music for their trailers is fine. You have to remember that its ultimately Desmond in the future hooked into a machine, reliving sequences unlocked from his genetic code. It works just fine. And oddly the graphics in this trailer do seem a little unpolished. Other trailers have not been this bad at all. Poor oversight on Ubi's part. I also would prefer them to move onto somebody beyond Ezio, moving further into the future. However I will still enjoy this game just as much as those before it. And just remember - sure they are reusing alot of the same textures, and all of the model animation, but as they develop each game they keep adding more and more spectacular ways to kill...
Yeah, the graphics are the same, but I know it's a great game, and Ubisoft is doing their best for Assassin's Creed III next year.
whatever critics on the graphic, I'll definitely getting this..... I want to know what happen to desmond and lucy
Probably gonna pass this one up. Definitely not pre-ordering, the environments are much the same and the graphics leave a lot to be desired.
@Sid_Spartan looks the same dude, but it looked a lot better a couple of years ago...that's just the engine showing it's age
What has happened to the graphics quality of this beautiful game? But I m still gonna buy it...I love Assassins Creed....
dont get why theyve been using pseudo-dubstep for the AC ad campaigns now (did the same with AC2 and ACB) - it doesnt really suit it+ that genre of music isnt really featured in the game+ people who know the franchise expect Jesper Kyd scores or at least something reminiscent - i like dubstep, but it just feels off here
I love AC and all , but they should really consider about graphics improvement. Don't you want to experience the beautiful new vast world with better graphics?
@ikhzo are graphics all you care about???? in that case, i'll go and develop Barbie's Magic Flying Castle in Full 1080p HD and 60fps....would u play that?
Lots of gore this time in ac. kids, ask your parents permission b4 poking blade in a templar's body.
@karloss01 that is Al Mualim (think thats the spelling) he wasnt always a templar he was seduced by the apples power
@ mer1in79 no thats the head assassin from the first game who turned out to be a templar (totally forgot his name) and tries to kill Altair.
@Bobdog52 Your using the background picture I created as a Profile Picture. Looks tops as one mate :) Got more for AC, MW and BF so keep a lookout for more of my work :D
@AJ2502 you running game on the same ancient hardware for years, cannot really improve much at this point in terms of graphics. Tearing is present because v-sync either sucks or is turned off in this game.
I'm sick of all the techno-like music they keep putting in these Assassin's Creed trailers; it doesn't suit the style/theme of the games at all! Maybe some classical, choir, or orchestral...? Anyway, the game's graphics are starting to show their age a bit now. Especially the character models and animations. I also wish Ubisoft would do something about all the screen-tearing too!
This trailer = kill, kill, kill, kill, kill, kill, kill kill, kill, walk across bridge, kill, kill, kill, kill, kill, set dead guy on fire, kill, kill, kill.
The "music" meant this trailer didn't really do anything for me; a pity as there's some interesting stuff in there.
Very cool trailer. Assassin's Creed continues, IMHO, to be one of the coolest franchises around, and is one of my favourites. However, they really need to fire the guy that makes these trailers. It's very clear that the guy is working on commission from Ministry of Sound. Every trailer since the reveal for number 2 (if i remember correctly) has had this stupid, fit enducing, ear rape of a soundtrack. Decent music, please.
Something tells me the way they're keeping Desmond out of all of the promotional stuff that his side of the story is gonna be where the real twists are this time out...