Also, I wonder if she's a sl*t. It seems like every prominent female character in Assassin' creed 2, Brotherhood, and Revelations was.
soooooo......does that make Desmond part African American? Man, that dude is like the United Nations embodied into a bar tender. I wonder what genetic/racial based diseases he's gonna die from.
Hey Gamespot, there's something wrong with your videos, you should check them out. The player goes all green for a moment and goes black. It isn't always at the same place.
I'm glad to see a female assassin but whats bothering me is that Ubi denied that there will be a female assassin in ACIII on the grounds that at that time period a female with weapons would look very suspicious even in a crowd, and to be honest that makes sense. i don't like that they backtracked and done this now, how are they gonna justify it? glorifying "american values" isn't gonna cut it, we all know how women were treated during that time
Assassin's Creed III, moving away from history, no longer being an assassin and killing for the sake of killing, I for one won't be picking up either of them.
The first thing I thought about was that comment the producer said. Now, all of a sudden, an AC game, based in the Revolution period, connected to 3, is coming out. I don't get that.
I also don't get why they're releasing these two games so close to each other. I'm wondering if I'm going to be missing something if I don't get Liberation because of the close release dates.
It's a computer problem. Check your storage space and make sure you have enough processing room
The only thing that matters whether or not an Assassin has access to Eagle Vision, is if they're from a Bloodline that has intermixed with the First Civilization.
So she need not be descended from either Altair or Ezio (who aren't related to one and other either) to have it.
@mav_destroyer But you have to take into account that this game takes place in New Orleans. At that time New Orleans was just about every culture smashed together in a pot. It was its own country, and women werent exactly treated different from men. And on top of that she was raised by royalty and was famous, so no one would discriminate her in public
@Neo017431 What? How is it moving away from history? It's set in the American revolution! That's part of history, if I remember it right. And Connor is a member of the Assassin. He's still killing Templars. Get your facts right and don't hate just for the sake of hating.
@Ice_man_1985 good point... imma do that too.
@sirkibble2 yeah I'm guessing they are connected in some way they haven't announced yet
and a true AC fan would get both
@shadowhunter0 Yeah. I don't have a Vita. And I can't afford one right now. :( I'm not even sure if I want one if I could afford it.
And as much time as I've put into the four other games, I doubt the reality of my "fanhood" would become false over not getting Liberation. :)
I am intrigued by the girl protagonist though.