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Submitted by GameSectorNet 1482d ago | news

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations gets a figurine

Ezio’s latest adventure will be shipping in several editions when it hits stores this November, some exclusive to specific retailers, others by country. Though, unlike previous instalments in the franchise, this year’s Assassin’s Creed: Revelations has seemingly been missing a figurine… until now. (Culture, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

OcularVision  +   1482d ago
it'll probably cost more than the game..
Quagmire  +   1482d ago
DO WANT!

I already have the Black edition Ezio figurine from Assassin's Creed 2 Crazy Edition
Nate-Dog  +   1482d ago
Looks pretty cool, I love the look of Ezio's new(ish) armour, looks similar to the black Altair armour from ACII (don't even get me started on how terrible that Romulus armour was in ACB). Sounds like it'll be expensive though.
GameSectorNet  +   1482d ago
Looks like its going to retail around the £30 mark.

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