Steam recently had a sale on the Assassin’s Creed games, so I took a leap of faith and bought AC2 for a PC playthrough. The controls are a bit confusing (since we’re told to press [head symbol] rather than a specific button), but it’s still fun.
I had forgotten (or perhaps I didn’t notice) something striking in the first image of the game:
That time-lapse video I posted from Red Dead Redemption made me wonder what other similar videos might exist out there? Quite a few, I’ve found, and most of them come from Eurogamer’s Digital Foundry. Watch these in full-screen mode, and have your screenshot key-combo ready for instant awesome wallpapers.
First up (of course) is Skyrim.
Assassin’s Creed, LA Noire, Fallout, and GTAIV after the jump!
From ABC News we learn that a Pennsylvania man is suing Ubisoft for allegedly stealing ideas from a novel he wrote in 2003.
John Beiswenger of Strasburg filed the lawsuit last week. The suit alleges that the video game series is substantially similar to “Link,” a novel he published in 2003. Beiswenger is seeking up to $5.25 million in
Ezio may be older and a little gray around his earlobes, but boy does he know how to make an exit.
The gameplay demo from E3 demonstrates that rather than stagnating and becoming a bang one out every year just for the sake of it game, it appears that Ubisoft is still making this series better each time.
Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood multiplayer details have been revealed in this months issue of PSM3.
It sounds unlike any multiplayer game you have played before, you along with 7 other players will be placed in small parts of the Italian cities that are featured in the game, and then tasked with silently taking each other out, the game will also