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The Daily Five: Places Assassin’s Creed Should Go

"One of the great things about the Assassin’s Creed franchise is Ubisoft’s willingness to explore settings and eras previously untouched in gaming. We’ve been to the Holy Land during the Crusades, fought the Templars in the streets of Rome and Venice during the Renaissance, visited the Ottoman Empire, fought alongside the Patriots during the Revolutionary War, and sailed the Caribbean as a pirate. With such a colorful and varied history, where could Ubisoft possibly go next with their hit stealth/action franchise? We have a few suggestions…" - Travis Tucker

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Bathyj1458d ago (Edited 1458d ago )

Screw the next Assassins Creed. Someone make a Tenchu. At least it has a crouch button.

GarrusVakarian1458d ago (Edited 1458d ago )

Lol good point...i always wondered why we still haven't got a button for crouching on AC.

Walking slowly is so stealthy /s

I don't necessarily want AC to go, but i do want the bad AI, annoying free running controls and easy mode combat one button warrior to be completely overhauled.

MrBombastic1457d ago

If we're going to go big Napoleonic wars so much conflict, historic battles and people, and intrigue. You still have single shot guns and locations from France to Russia. Or to keep the sailing element East Indies Trading company than you have the entire world.Sea Battles with pirate's, running through temples in India, Boxer rebellion type stuff all kinds. But I would like to see AC go smaller Victorian London. Hidden sword canes and dark alleys, running along soot smoke roofs and slot of potential with Jack the Ripper