Through an American gamesite it was announced Assassins Creed wouldn't be at the Leipzig Games Convention.
Today Ubisoft Netherlands said it is not correctly reported, Assassins Creed fortunately will be present at the event!
I wonder if they'll have those bugs (which everyone noticed during the E3 demo) fixed. Jade Raymond mentioned in a few E3 interviews that the bugs were already taken care of back at Ubisoft Montreal.
I think if they had not shown it at GC this year and had just concentrated on working out the bugs, that would have been much better as the game would be ready for TGS.
I'm over this game. I'm a cynic though.
You're over it before it has been released? Playa :P
I don't buy every single game that comes out for a system...I work for a living and have kids to feed and a mortgage to pay. It's called living on a budget.
It's no use trying to explain...most people on this website don't even know what a mortgage is. Mommy and Daddy buy everything for them. I hear ya though...a brother has to budget.
I will buy this game, but i hope its turns out better than what weve seen so far cus it seems kinda average
This game will be really good, mabye not great but, Just because of a few "Early" bugs everyone is all over this game like it is going to be crap. I will reserve judgment until magazines and reviewers start posting 5 out of 10 scores for it. But right now I will believe in this game. My prediction is around 8/10 - 8.5/10 or so.
Looking at all your comments 1-4 it looks like this game doesn't have a chance in hell. I hope I am right on this one =)
People are juding this game because of a preview....
Its a great game, get over your self.. :\
Tell me, What have you done to contribute to the world?
this bit of news!
It shows me that Ubisoft is confindent there game and they know these glitches and complaints can be easily ironed out.
Hopefully we can get some better reports from the Germany Showing and everybody will hop on the bandwagon again
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