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New Images of Assassins Creed

Visualizing Assains Creed. Screenshots and art. Images are same for 360 and PS3.

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zypher6415d ago

great looking game. can't wait to get some time with it with a downloadable demo of it on either the 360 or the PS3. you got that, didn't you? this game is also on the PS3. just fyi.

Deceased6415d ago (Edited 6415d ago )

I edited the post sorry!

zypher6415d ago

no biggie. i just know that some people can be anal about it. trust me, if you hadn't have done it, PS3 fanboys would've start slamming you something furious.

gnothe16415d ago

if the put a demo on xbox live, for the x06 promo.that would be great(well atleast for xbox fans) but I know it would piss off the hardcore PS3 fans because they wouldnt get to play it!!!

Captain Tuttle6415d ago (Edited 6415d ago )

video of this at the keynote of X06 was fantastic. It got me really excited for this game for the first time. If you get a chance watch it, even if you're not getting a 360. This is a must have on any platform

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Baldur’s Gate 3 Developer Is Looking To Build Its Own IP, Has Two New Projects In The Pipeline

Baldur's Gate 3 developer Larian Studios is looking to build its own IP, and currently has two new projects in the pipeline.

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New Helldivers 2 leak gives us a first look at The Illuminate

The faction has been rumored to be coming to Helldivers 2 for a while, but a new leaks gives us a first look at The Illuminate.

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Llamasoft: The Jeff Minter Story Co-op Review [Co-Optimus]

"Jeff Minter is a long-haired English video game developer who got his start creating games for European computers in the early 1980s. Nowadays, Minter is best known for the Tempest series, but he has created an astounding number of games, usually by himself or with very small teams. Llamasoft: The Jeff Minter Story from Digital Eclipse celebrates the life and works of Mr. Minter, compiling tons of biographical material and 42 classic games in one robust package," says Co-Optimus.

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