Ubisoft has stated that this is the biggest game in the series yet and all are eager to see the impact the half-Native American, half-English Connor will have on history.
Im more excited for all the gameplay improvements Ac3 is bringing to the franchise... Hopefully Connor shines as a character, and is not overshadowed by Ezio and Altair
Fight for freedom? I thought you were fighting Templar. Not fighting the British to "free" the colonists. Still good job ubisoft said he was neutral because other wise id think he was just a "freedom" fighter for the colonists (Sarcasm)
I hope the ending is good, I don't want this to be a letdown like Mass Effect 3's ending.
What the heck does this have to do with Mass effect? If they were the same devs I would understand but heck they arent event the same publisher! Its like saying "I hope the ending is good, I dont want it to be a letdown like Little big planets ending" I dont know why people go into a game worried about the ending heck enjoy the game and take it step by step. Your not going to enjoy it worrying about the ending. @Omi25p they have to advertise it or Americans wouldnt buy it. They can dish it out but cant take it. You know what would be funny if they advertised it differently in the UK being with the English xD
You know someone brought up a good point on here in another article. What if all of this fighting for American freedom crap is just the Templars' fooling Connor? I mean its worth a moment to think about. It's also true that it could just be Connor killing a bunch of redcoats because Britain is evil and that's it for the story. Either way we need to actually play the whole game to the end to find out what the endgame is here.
im sure connor will be great in assassins creed 3
Americans sure love pushing the word "freedom" everywhere they can.
I'm American and I'm sick of it too.
You foriegners sure do love to generlise alot. Ubisoft is a French developer.
I'm pretty sure his comment was directed at the writer of this article.
No but even in general. I've never heard any other country repeat that word as many times.
Every culture is different and has different values. How they perceive the world etc. For example, Americans will gladly criticize their own leaders and government, but if a foreigner or a foreign country makes the very same criticism, Americans fiercely defend their country. Another example is that European countries, and the Eastern block has a more pessimistic, or your could say realistic view of the world, while Americans are incredibly optimistic to the point of delusion sometimes. In truth America is not the most free society, but it is the Biggest free society. Americans push "Freedom" because it's propaganda, although not everyone knows it. The Top American members of the government and the top CEO's know how free we actually are NOT, but they push the word and concept. The general population truly believes they are "free", and take pride in having that freedom and in the country that provides that, "The Greatest Nation", on earth. Optimistic till the end. Good for them.
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