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Title: Assassin's Creed III
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal
Publisher: Ubisoft
Genre: Action Adventure, Open world, Stealth
Composer: Lorne Balfe
Platforms: Xbox 360, PS3, PC, WiiU

http://ubi.com/UK/
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Assassin's Creed III is the fifth main installment in the highly acclaimed and Uber awesome Assassin's Creed series set during the American Revolution from 1753 to 1783, Featuring a New Half American, Half Native ('Indian') protagonist Connor Kenway (Birth Name: Ratonhnhak?:ton). In addition to the Connor's story you will also Exprience the end of the story of The Series' recurring modern day Assassin Hero Desmond Miles as he tries to prevent the the 2012 Apocalypse alongwith a ragtag group of Modern day Assassin's which include his Dad.The game was built using a brand new engine dubbed "Anvil Next" which is said to utilise the full capabilities of current gen consoles........and perhaps the Wii U.

Assassin's Creed III Will feature 2 new fully explorable American cities: Boston and New York as well as the American Colonial Frontier which includes Hills, forests, cliffs, rivers and more diverse terrain with tons of side quests and hunting.The city of Phulladelphia is also confirmed to be visited in the game atleast once during a story mission.Other than that the Eastern Seaborad will also be explorable via ships that Connor (as in the player) will captain and use to take part in Large scale Naval battles throughout the course of the game making Assassin's Creed III the largest game in the series in terms of total explorable area.Assassin's Creed III also features a revamped combat system with a different counter mechanic than it's predecessors as well as many new gadgets and kill tools like the rope dart and Mowhawk will be at your disposal.

Connor will also encounter many notable figures of the Amrican Revoltuion such as Gorge Washington, Thoman Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, Paul Rever, William Prescott and more throughout the course of the game.All this combined with many more features such as hunting, naval battles, A new charcter with a new story and the ability to take part in many large scale battles of the American revolution during story missions will make Assassin's Creed III and experience to remeber.


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Soundtrack

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Nice. I debated on making an official thread, even though there's so much info on the 'Character Leaked' thread.

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That was my thought too until OP made this, I like the idea of an Official thread even though it doesn't matter haha

I am so excited for this game. Myself and two of my roommates are all getting this on launch day for Xbox 360.

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So many editions. I think Ubisoft are trying to confuse the hell out of everyone :/

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So many editions. I think Ubisoft are trying to confuse the hell out of everyone :/

and permanent console-specific DLC :(

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They better release some free 360-exclusive DLC in the near future to compensate for the PS3 DLC.

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They better release some free 360-exclusive DLC in the near future to compensate for the PS3 DLC.

AC tends to favor PS3 (Brotherhood had exclusive DLC [Copernicus Conspiracy], Revelations had the original AC on disc). Copernicus Conspiracy was nothing major, just a few side missions that didn't affect the story.

http://assassinscreed.wikia.com/wiki/Copernicus_Conspiracy

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They better release some free 360-exclusive DLC in the near future to compensate for the PS3 DLC.

Won't happen, imo.

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Won't happen, imo.

I can only hope eh?

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They better release some free 360-exclusive DLC in the near future to compensate for the PS3 DLC.

Is the PS3 DLC free or paid? Because if PS3 users have to pay for the PS3 DLC I don't know why anyone would expect the 360 to get free DLC.

As one might be able to tell from my avatar, I am very much looking forward to both ACIII & Liberation on the VIta :cool:

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Is the PS3 DLC free or paid? Because if PS3 users have to pay for the PS3 DLC I don't know why anyone would expect the 360 to get free DLC.

Free.

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Paid off my pre-order, said **** it and got the season pass, too.

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1. Stay your blade from the flesh of an innocent.

2. Hide in plain sight.

3. Never compromise the brotherhood.

You'll be forgiven if you've already forgotten the three tenets of the Assassin's Creed. There have been four games released in the span of five years, each building on the network of assassins and the lore leading up to 2012, the end of all things, the apocalypse, or so we think.

Before Assassin's Creed III lands on Tuesday, let's take a look back at where Desmond Miles, our modern-day, over-arching protagonist began and where Ubisoft has taken him throughout the centuries. Beware: there will be spoilers below.

http://www.gamerevolution.com/features/assassins-creed-retrospective-everything-you-need-to-know-before-assassins-creed-iii

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Ubisoft?s ?Assassin?s Creed III? is set to be released on October 30 for Xbox 360 andPS3, meanwhile the Nintendo Wii U will launch with ?Assassin?s Creed III? on November 18.

As the game release nears, additional information regarding the game?s length has been shared on Friday evening.

According to CD-Action, a Polish video game magazine, ?Assassin?s Creed III? should provide a fairly lengthy adventure for those who buy the game next week.

An Ubisoft forum user named ?1 Khasim 1? has shared details from the latest issue od CD-Actionwhich claims ?Assassin?s Creed III? is 20 hours long in terms of story length. Additionally, completion of all side missions will add an extra 20 hours of game time ? so in the general area of 40 hours total.

?1 Khasim 1? posted on the Ubisoft forum:

The journalist claims that the main quests in AC3 takes around 20 hours, and completing all the side missions and challenges should last another 20 hours

Yesterday, Ubisoft announced that ?Assassin?s Creed III? is the highest pre-ordered game in Ubisoft history with the game bringing in double the pre-orders of ?Assassin?s Creed Revelations?

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Roughly 40 hours? I'm good with that.

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Days are taking too long. lol. Can't wait!

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IGN: 8.5

IGN Users: 9.4

Metacritic: 84 (xbox 360) & 89 (PS3)

Metacritic Users (both consoles): 8.0

Possibly playing this evening.

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IGN: 8.5

IGN Users: 9.4

Metacritic: 84 (xbox 360) & 89 (PS3)

Metacritic Users (both consoles): 8.0

Possibly playing this evening.

Those are some reliable reviews. :rolleyes:

You have paid reviews by IGN

IGN fan boy reviews.

Gamed reviews on Metacritic

and Metacritic fanboys

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Those are some reliable reviews. :rolleyes:

You have paid reviews by IGN

IGN fan boy reviews.

Gamed reviews on Metacritic

and Metacritic fanboys

Sounds like to me you've already got it in your head to dislike the game (though I could be wrong?)

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Those are some reliable reviews. :rolleyes:

You have paid reviews by IGN

IGN fan boy reviews.

Gamed reviews on Metacritic

and Metacritic fanboys

:( I was getting to the list of others, just pausing between classes, but agreed.

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Sounds like to me you've already got it in your head to dislike the game (though I could be wrong?)

How do you figure that exactly?

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How do you figure that exactly?

Quoting 'fanboys' on the user reviews made it sound like anyone giving it a good review is simply a fanboy. What if the user reviews were trashing it? What's the point of user reviews at all if they're just discounted as fanboy drivel?

As a note, I'm neutral on the AC series and am waiting for more reviews before I make a purchase decision. Just wondering why people discount user reviews so fervently (I know there are a lot of trolls on Metacritic, but they're generally on MMO or Sports games.).

Another note... I run a site similar in spirit to IGN, that allows registered user reviews. How would you suggest I go about making user reviews more credible? I'm really interested in this subject.

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Quoting 'fanboys' on the user reviews made it sound like anyone giving it a good review is simply a fanboy. What if the user reviews were trashing it? What's the point of user reviews at all if they're just discounted as fanboy drivel?

As a note, I'm neutral on the AC series and am waiting for more reviews before I make a purchase decision. Just wondering why people discount user reviews so fervently (I know there are a lot of trolls on Metacritic, but they're generally on MMO or Sports games.).

Have you read any of the user reviews?

Here's a good example:

"AC3 is a all new AC Experience, it has a Read Dead Redemption feeling and the best things that you love on AC series. You watch the trailers, demos and theres no surprise, it is amazing like you saw by Ubisoft. Maybe GOTY 2012."

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