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Jun 5, 2012

I like all of them, they have some heavy hitters

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Watch Dog <3 Thought the conference was fairly bland until I saw that at the end and my jaw just dropped!


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Watch Dog <3 Thought the conference was fairly bland until I saw that at the end and my jaw just dropped!

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yeah it kinda was but i was excited for AC3 but ik its going to have a MP that'll take away from the game.

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I liked AC3 but I couldn't help but think, he's hardly a rebel, just an awesome soldier. All the scenes I saw he was just killing the British, sure the story has to start that way to work. But if it doesn't switch between the 2 is won't seem as though he's an outlaw anymore which kinda ruins it.


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quagers13 wrote:

I liked AC3 but I couldn't help but think, he's hardly a rebel, just an awesome soldier. All the scenes I saw he was just killing the British, sure the story has to start that way to work. But if it doesn't switch between the 2 is won't seem as though he's an outlaw anymore which kinda ruins it.

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from what he said, the way the american general looked and what i heard about the game it seems he is after templars on both sides of the war.

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Jun 5, 2012

watch dogs looks awesome.  was completly captivated when watching the gameplay.  very cool idea

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Watch Dog <3 Thought the conference was fairly bland until I saw that at the end and my jaw just dropped!

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The game comes from the same group that had  the original idea for the Assassin's Creed series: Ubisoft Montreal! (Canadian group..... just sayin!) No wonder they are trying to expand their presence in Canada.

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quagers13 wrote:

I liked AC3 but I couldn't help but think, he's hardly a rebel, just an awesome soldier. All the scenes I saw he was just killing the British, sure the story has to start that way to work. But if it doesn't switch between the 2 is won't seem as though he's an outlaw anymore which kinda ruins it.

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I'm sorry but the whole American Revolution seems like a huuuuge sell out to me. It really has nothing to do with the flavour of the previous games and everything to do with how many copy they can sell to an American gaming audience.

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grantb1969 wrote:

quagers13 wrote:

I liked AC3 but I couldn't help but think, he's hardly a rebel, just an awesome soldier. All the scenes I saw he was just killing the British, sure the story has to start that way to work. But if it doesn't switch between the 2 is won't seem as though he's an outlaw anymore which kinda ruins it.

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I'm sorry but the whole American Revolution seems like a huuuuge sell out to me. It really has nothing to do with the flavour of the previous games and everything to do with how many copy they can sell to an American gaming audience.

It's true to how they've always done it, nothing has changed except the period.

AC I : Crusaders Vs Saracens during the last Crusade.

AC II : Inner-Italian Politcking during the Renaissance.

AC II Revelations : Byzantines Vs Ottomans after the fall of Constantinople.

AC III : British Empire Vs Colonial Revolutionaries.

It's always been a "throw an assassin in the middle of a war" game. if anything it's AC II that breaks that, not AC III.

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