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Preview: Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood (Single-Player) - Electronic Theatre

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood’s story continues directly on from the story in Assassin’s Creed II, where at the end Ezio decides not to kill the Pope, Rodrigo Borgia. Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood begins not long after in the year 1499, with Ezio having a rest in his villa in the village of Monteriggioni when an attack on the village begins.

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GWAVE2695d ago

Wow. Thanks for the freakin' spoilers. I wanted to preview the new AC game, not spoil the one that I'm currently playing through...

xX TriiCKy Xx2694d ago

Why look at the sequel to a game you haven't even finished yet?

kevco332694d ago

I've sat here looking at this intro paragraph for about 5 minutes, and I don't think there's any other way to introduce this story without revealing it's the same bad guy!

Spenok2693d ago

Seriously, I'm right there with you buddy.

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extermin8or2694d ago

um 1 really really big flaw with that storyline already, well the pope can't have a son.... else theres no way he can be pope, unless the son was hidden and secret but then he couldn't trapse around the country killing with a vatican army...

kevco332694d ago

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The pope "can't" have a son? Or "shouldn't"? I defy any belief that any pope hasn't got a bit randy and slipped-up a few times! This is the vactican, they can easily hide away a love child, and probably have been for centuries! I mean, after all, the pope is only human!