IGN - Why Ezio Had to Kill a Man With a Guitar

IGN - There's a sequence in Assassin's Creed: Revelations that instantly made me acutely regret not having got around to playing through the last pair of Assassin's Creed titles properly.

I can't pinpoint where exactly in the game it lies because the portions of the game I was recently able to play were plucked out in isolation, but it involves series stalwart Ezio Auditore da Firenze in a pair of patently ridiculous pants.

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TheWolverine2752d ago (Edited 2752d ago )

I am definitely wanting this game, but I am more than ready for a true sequal to Assassin's Creed 2.

WildArmed2752d ago

I thought Brotherhood was a good sequel to AC2.
I didn't like the MP much, but I enjoyed playing through the SP.

Idk but I guess that's just me.

TheWolverine2752d ago

Oh it was a great game, but I've played as Ezio twice now. I wanna experience a new character. Altho I am looking forward to playin as Altaïr again.

WildArmed2752d ago

Oohh! Yes!

I was disappointed that we didn't see Altair again in AC2.
I hope AC:B shows more diversity in what characters you play..
Thou IDK how they'll be able to keep cohesive story when u are playing multiple chars~

Can't wait!

TheGameFoxJTV2752d ago

You do see Altair in AC2, but only for him to have sex. >.>

WildArmed2752d ago

haha, yes I remember.
But it wasn't a much of a memorable role.

Who2752d ago

I want to play as Desmond - modern-day assassin style in AC3. But I'd like to be able to play completely as stealth as an option, or add more stealth elements.

MostJadedGamer2752d ago

Who those are absolutely TERRIBLE ideas. If either of those things happen I won't be touching AC3.

I am very glad the AC franchise is moving more, and more, and more away from stealth with every game. Stealth is boring, and tedious.

If AC3 is set mostly in a modern setting I won't be touching it either. The selling point for AC games has always been about playing in a epic historical setting.

TheGameFoxJTV2752d ago (Edited 2752d ago )

Dude, you're an assassin, stealth is a must. Especially in modern day where they have guns. And at some point we WILL be playing as Desmond.

ShoryukenII2752d ago

I don't see how you can think stealth is boring. Don't you want to feel like a bad ass assassin walking into a party, mingling with the guests, finishing your business, returning to the guests and walking out unnoticed? For me, that is one of the coolest things about Assassin's Creed. If I don't want stealth, I'll just play those VR missions that don't have it or another game.

KaBaW2752d ago (Edited 2752d ago )

The only problem I have with the 'stealth' is it's easy to get caught.
Like for Brotherhood, you can often find civilians in restricted areas.
How come is it when you walk into a restricted area, you get noticed?
That shouldn't happen.. if civilians are allowed, why do you get in trouble?
You can't say cause they 'know you,' cause it doesn't happen in the open.

MostJadedGamer2751d ago

"Don't you want to feel like a bad ass assassin walking into a party, mingling with the guests, finishing your business, returning to the guests and walking out unnoticed?"

No I actually feel a little uncomfortable with that type of violence. When you think about it its kind of disgusting.

TheGameFoxJTV2751d ago

then don't play a game with Assassin in the title. Hurr Durr or read about a game with.

MostJadedGamer2751d ago (Edited 2751d ago )

I play it because it is in a epic historical setting. Playing a Open World/Free Roam game in a epic historical setting has always been the reason I buy AC games.