IGN AU previews Assassin's Creed - Much more than any port in a storm

Assassin's Creed, for all its depth, was designed for consoles. It features the kind of gameplay that demands intuitive responses, a whole lot of button mashing and kinetic, fast-paced movement. Perfect when you're handling a simplified control scheme with a controller in front of the big telly. But what about in the confines of the study or bedroom where the PC usually resides? Can keyboard and mouse be made to ape the 360 or PS3 controller?

The answer - happily - is yes.

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cpuchess4476d ago

I think you could just use your elbows to control the 360 or PS3 controller to get an idea of what it will be like to play it on a PC.