Ubisoft: Assassin's creed in feudal Japan would feel too familiar

Edwin Evans-Thirlwell says "I rather like Alex Hutchinson, the outspoken creative director of Far Cry 4, but in one regard, he and I are and shall forever remain mortal foes. Hutchinson, you see, observed to OXM in 2012 that an Assassin's Creed set in feudal Japan would be "boring" - a remark that roused me to a fearful, office-emptying splutter when I wrote it up for the website."

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vishmarx1328d ago (Edited 1328d ago )

every single time they open their mouth....
oh ubi

i mean , how can japan possibly feel more familiar than
what weve had so far.
its all mostly been america and europe with not a very huge range in timelines
Colonial era in US and Renaissance Third Crusade in Eu. thats it

annoyedgamer1328d ago

They are getting like EA. "What do people really want?"

starchild1328d ago

I strongly disagree with his comment. Feudal Japan would be an amazing setting for AC. What feels "too familiar" are all these western settings. We've had too many western settings.

That said, this comment was from a couple years ago. The fact that Ubisoft are releasing Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China shows they are testing the waters as far as Asian settings are concerned.

Harold_Finch1328d ago (Edited 1328d ago )

People seem to be mixing up familiar settings with familiar gameplay experiences.

3-4-51328d ago

Japan would feel more familiar than North America ?


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DVS-Zev1328d ago

Should not be a problem then.Every AC feels familiar.

XVRocklee1328d ago

Black Flag was somewhat different.

Kid-Prodigy-KP1328d ago

Their getting on my nerves. It's always an excuse on why they can't do certain things. I would run down a list of what pisses me off about Ubisoft but then I would just give myself a headache

Ares84HU1328d ago (Edited 1328d ago )

Hahahahahahaha Ubi you old dog. You know the funniez!!

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