Crave talks with Ubisoft: On their 'killer' title, Assassin's Creed from the horses mouth

Via Crave Online:

"Already highly praised and a top seller, Assassin's Creed is one of the hottest titles of the holiday buying season. The third person adventure game features intrigue and action in the middle ages. Ubisoft's development team answered a few questions about what is sure to become a lucrative franchise for them."

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Jamegohanssj53937d ago

What's the name of the killer title?

Eamon3937d ago

Please tell me you are joking

Zhuk3937d ago

Assassin's Creed, biggest disappointment of the year. Only game i've ever gone back for a refund. It's not necessarily a bad game, it just didn't live up to what it could have been. Great ideas, just poorly executed and a lack of depth and variety. Also the disjointed nature of the plot really ruined the feeling of the game world for me, I really didn't care for it and I am a sucker for a good story.

Many good ideas though, lets hope that they can release something better with the inevitable shovelware sequel next year

Nicosia3937d ago

i hope for sequal, the ending left so much open. It would be awsome if went the modern way, imagine ''assasins in new-york'' but still those old skool killing methods.

Greysturm3937d ago

The only salvagable weapon would be the hidden blade everything else would have to be rethought.

Nicosia3937d ago

You have a point. But if it gets guns it would suck so much. Maby they need think up weapons but leave the guns alone. Still it would be cool.

Greysturm3937d ago (Edited 3937d ago )

Carrying weapons like you did in assasins creed is not as easy as long as your not in a warzone, i think if they took the modern aproach you would be forced (if guns are allowed) to only have one weapon like a assault/ sniper rifle. Yet i would think a cooler aproach that they optimize the weapons instead of a sword a stun baton and instead of the knife a taser (both overcharged so as to become lethal)or something ike that making the game wee bit harder and requiring a lot more think through.

Nicosia3937d ago

Mwah. It will realy get that mgs vibe if it turn out that way. But time will tell :)

Greysturm3937d ago

Splintercell/hitman vibe than mgs because if it were mgs you woud just replace your sword with a high frequency blade from mgs2 thats is capable of blocking bullets a stun knife.

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Jamegohanssj53937d ago

I said that because it actually isn't a killer title.

Eamon3937d ago

Next time show that there was some sarcasm in your comment

BTW, I loved Assassin's Creed. The only thing I didn't like was that the majority of the assassinations were exactly the same way. Only a few were different (Like the merchant, hospital and Fake Robert part)

The sequel HAS TO BE IN MODERN TIMES. I don't care if guns will make it look stupid. I think half the game should be in the animus while the other half in modern times. Imagine the Assassin's having their own Animus or something like it.

Since the Modern day templars are planning to use a piece of Eden in a satellite to control mankind, then it would be stupid not to include modern times in the game.

ad4mb3937d ago

i feel this game was great , repetitive yes but i reckon the sequel(if made) will be a lot less repetitive with a lot of new ideas wether in modern times or not, and thats the reason i like the first one.

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