Ubisoft has released a new trailer for Assassin’s Creed: Unity that focuses on the game’s parkour mechanics and shows thousands of people lined up to complete the Assassin’s Creed Experience at San Diego Comic Con 2014.
Please forgive me and dont just disagree with me because my opinion is different from yours. I am not interested in this game at all. I love 3 and liked 4 but for some reason this series feels like the newest Lord Of The Rings movies. Drug out because they are making the story from one book fit in to the same amount of screen time as the first three did. The first three movies came from their own book a piece and assassins creed is starting to feel drug out. Just keep moving up 100 years or so and do the same thing over again. I guess the argument I am making can be said of any series of games that goes more than a few games a piece but this one series can not evolve past you kill people and sneak around and jump off stuff that any person in those time periods would have died a terrible death jumping off of. I am not excited for this at all. Again I am sorry to the fans of the series. Please remember that I wrote that I loved the others and own 3 and 4 still. I just can not get in to this one the way I am other games right now. If you are in to this game, then I am happy for you and I hope you love it and it is awesome. Later guys.
I want this game, but you're right about the Hobbit films, bad exposition riddled moneygrabs,
"I love 3 and liked 4" Really? You loved AC 3? I hated it with passion! it was the most boring game I have ever played.
Most disappointing game I played last gen IMO. I was like when is this game going to be epic like AC2 and it just never happened and in due time it will open up and have much more to do, then boom the credits were rolling. I like to think the jump between AC3 and 4 was like the jump between 1 and 2. ACUnity is starting to look like the real deal by improving upon mechanics and fixing the problems with the franchise. I am excited to see a new AC game for the first time in a long time.
Good for you.
How I felt after 3 (and I am one of the few that don't think Assassin's Creed 2 is that great either) I've come to the conclusion that Ubisoft won't make very many "Great" games due to them having all their talent spread across various studios working on different things. They have 400 people all over the place working on stuff so although all their games look good, have large environments, have lots of side missions and collectibles etc you won't see a well thought out story, deep characters etc because they don't put those types of personal touches to their games All of their games are "good" though I'll give them that
Thanks for being cool about my post. What will probably happen is I will wait and follow this title and see how everyone else ranks it and look in to its story. Sometimes I feel weighed down by all the sequels and dragging out titles get. It is funny thugh because some titles I do not feel that way about. I guess time will tell. I appreciate the comment man. I hope this game is good.
Happy to see a comment section that is not filled with trolls or fan boy wars at this time good post bubble vote.
The game definitely looks like a big improvement on the previous mechanics. AC4 is my favorite in the series, but the mechanics of the game felt the same since AC2, that isn't always a bad thing though. I'm just not as hyped for Unity, not because of the annualization, I actually enjoy the yearly installments of AC, it's like a new season of a TV show every year. I am not as hyped because I am not really looking forward to the time period, I am sick of all the European locations. There has been 4 games based on European locations and they all felt/sounded/looked exactly the same! EDIT: It is not Europe locations themselves that I am sick of, just the fact that all of the European locations chosen so far have felt the same. Why not go Medieval Britain or something drastically different like that?
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