Assassin's Creed's storyline is so intricate that even UbiSoft have trouble following it
I just wish they made a new Assassin's Creed in Ancient babylon/Mesopetamia :) Jumping and walking around on the Tower of Babel and Ishtar gate, etc.
i hope next 1 will b in japan , samurais, katanas, and stuff
I second this statement. Ninjas are Assassins and Samurai are Templars. It would be best set towards the end of the Tokugawa era to the beginning of the Meiji era. Lots of turmoil and battles going on as well as getting to keep the gun attachment.
@BigBoss07 The problem is Desmond doesn't look like he had any asian blood in him.
if this game goes modern, i really feel like it will play like the Hitman games but thats just me, i hope they stick with the historic locations
Just link the next game to Xerxes, Leonidas, and the 300 story. Mix that in with going into Spartacus to assassinate all those dirty manipulative bastards to save the house of Batiatus. Ok maybe not... I can cosign on lociefer's idea though, Assassin Creed with ninjas are kinda fitting, lol. Maybe they will offer up a real challenge.
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What? You want to trade in Ezio for Hussein?
I don't get it
really, why don't they just read a book on history. You know with companies always complaining about the increased costs for making games. Just buy a few books on whatever era they want to shoot for or watch some history channel.
uh given how much history and architecture they fit within the games , even if mixed a lot with fiction , it's safe to say they already do that kind of research
One of the best franchises to come out of this generation. Every installment thus far has delivered.
Seems like a pretty easy job. Just look through history for stuff and make up everything else. If anything can't be explained logically then just blame it on the animus.
This game is all based on Illuminati. And Illuminati started of in babylon
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