E3 2012: Assassin's Creed III Marketplace Massacre Gameplay

Battle erupts in the Wii U version of Assassin's Creed III! See Nintendo's new console in action with the next installment of Ubisoft's Assassin's franchise right from the floor of E3 2012!

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Nitrowolf22235d ago

totally debunks the idea that AC3 wouldn't have "large" cities

rdgneoz32235d ago

I think it was more of a 'if they actually followed history on the size of the cities' it would not have had large cities. The cities during those days weren't as large as they are in the game. But being a game, a little editing within reason makes it more enjoyable.

Nitrowolf22235d ago (Edited 2235d ago )

They are following history though.
Boston was already a big city in the 1770's

this one a drawing 30 years later (1800's)

There are other cities that were as big during this time to along the east coast

rdgneoz32235d ago

That's not a map of Boston, those are pictures of a few blocks only. - 1775 -1722 - Present day vs 1775 comparison

Notice how large Boston is are? There might be a few populated blocks, but overall it wasn't an large ass city.

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Neo Nugget2235d ago

I love how Connor runs <3

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