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Assassin's Creed preview by CVG

"Nothing is true, everything is permitted". That, according to Corey May, Assassin's Creed's scriptwriter, was the motto for the 12th century killers at the heart of the game - the Hashshashin. It's definitely a maxim that chimes throughout this game, because while Assassin's Creed is open-ended and it is open-minded in its approach to morality, method and the murder, the whole project is still mired in Fort Knox-style secrecy.

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ThaGeNeCySt3537d ago

wow de ja vu... no joke but i feel like i read this before

lil bush3537d ago

yeah felt like ive read this before to, but with a few minor new things in there........

sumfood4u3537d ago

it is open-minded in its approach to morality, method and the murder, the whole project is still mired in Fort Knox-style secrecy

Isn't Assassin Creed Meant to live the life of an Assassin? They don't have Morales!