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#3 - Picture 01/17/2015 on Jehovah +1
#5 - Altaïr: Your work here is finished. Majd: No, no! It…  [+] (14 replies) 01/16/2015 on I just love Venice. +188
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#30 - wilfredfanforever (01/17/2015) [-]
Now I'm actually a little upset I never finished AC1
#25 - tbeaz (01/17/2015) [-]
I forgot how damn good the writing used to be for these games. I don't think it's necessarily horrible now but it used to be full of actually interesting rhetoric and wit. Now it seems to mainly boil down to just:

Assassin: "blah freedom!"
Templar: "blah people are sheep, no freedom!"

Ubisoft why you yearly release schedule
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#106 - niggastolemyname (01/17/2015) [-]
because moneymoneymoney
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#85 - theshadowed (01/17/2015) [-]
I thought the writing is still very good. Expecially the look into how Templars are actually in the newer games
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#31 - wilfredfanforever (01/17/2015) [-]
I still feel it's Pretty good.

Charles Lee: Why do you fight?

Connor: Because no one else will!


Edward (to a dying soldier who kicked his ass before): You humbled me once, and I took that hard lesson, and I bettered myself. Die knowing that for all of our conflict, you helped make a soldier out of a scoundrel.
#33 - tbeaz (01/17/2015) [-]
I actually did really enjoy the third Assassins creed games story, I never really understood all the hate for that game. Maybe because it wasn't such a revolution like II was?

Black flag kind of vexed me because although it wasn't really terrible I felt like at it's heart they really wanted to make a pirate game but decided oh let's just make it an Assassins creed game too for no reason.
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#86 - ztron (01/17/2015) [-]
My huge problem with AC3 is that a good 12-13 hours in it still felt like a tutorial. I was getting really annoyed with all the hand holding and quit playing the game after Paul Revere's ride. That and compared to the Third Crusade or the Renaissance, the American Revolution was just a really boring setting for an AC story, in my opinion anyway.
#35 - wilfredfanforever (01/17/2015) [-]
ACIII was buggy for me, (more so then Unity). Even to the point where the DLC was 100% unplayable. To my knowledge there hasn't been a fix for the problem. Also, I think the reason Connor got so much shit was because he was the complete opposite of Ezio. This is okay, lots of characters are serious and and straight to the point and people love it (Master Chief, Batman). I really think that whatever personality they gave the assassin after Ezio, it would never be god enough to people

And yeah, same sort of thought I had. Edward was really a pirate who didn't start affiliating himself with the Assassins until the game was basically done. "A Pirate trained by Assassins..." not true at all
#37 - tbeaz (01/17/2015) [-]
Ah that would make sense if it was technical issues, I had an xbox copy and fortunately never experienced any. I liked Connor because he was quiet but actually had a personality. It was kind of hot-headed but also dignified and inquisitive. You don't see that a lot in games.
#34 - tbeaz (01/17/2015) [-]
I also thought Connor was a really cool character and felt like his life is one I would have liked to have seen more indepth and drawn out like the did with Ezio. His story felt like it was rushing at a breakneck speed to me, although that might just be because it was coming right after the Ezio saga.
#14 - holeinone (01/17/2015) [-]
I enjoyed reading this more than the content.
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#7 - mephiblis (01/17/2015) [-]
>Amagad u keel ppl

Proceeds to kill people.
#12 - anon (01/17/2015) [-]
Yeah but killing innocent people and killing dickheads who need to die are two totally different things.
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#11 - vortexrain (01/17/2015) [-]
Street justice, nigga.
#32 - touché 01/02/2015 on I love Boromir +22
#25 - It is a strange fate that we should suffer so much fear and do…  [+] (3 replies) 01/02/2015 on I love Boromir +154
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#117 - AreyouSerious (01/02/2015) [-]
"I wonder if I could fit this in my butt and ride to Gondor instead?"
#29 - fatguystrangler (01/02/2015) [-]
I bet all the girls say that to you.
#32 - matsezinado (01/02/2015) [-]
#12 - Altaïr: Rest now. Your schemes are at an end. Willia…  [+] (1 reply) 01/01/2015 on Desktop backgrounds +19
#24 - ldnelson (01/01/2015) [-]
Garnier De Naplouse: I'll rest now, yes, the endless dream calls to me. But before I close my eyes I must know what will become of my children?

Altaïr: You mean the people made to suffer your cruel experiments? They'll be free now to return to their homes.

Garnier De Naplouse: What homes? The sewers? The brothels? The prisons that we dragged them from?

Altaïr: You took these people against their will.

Garnier De Naplouse: Yes, what little will there was for them to have. Are you really so naive? Do you appease a crying child simply because he wails: "I want to play with fire, father." What would you say? "As you wish?" Ahh, but then you will have to answer for his burns.

Altaïr: These are not children, but men and women full grown.

Garnier De Naplouse: In body perhaps, but not in mind, which is the very damage I sought to repair. I admit that without the Pice of Eden, which you stole from us, my progress was slowed, but there are herbs, mixtures, and extracts. My guards are proof of this, they were madmen before I found and freed them from the prisons of their own minds... and with my death, they will be madmen again.

Altaïr: You truly believe you are helping them?

Garnier De Naplouse: It's not what I believe, it's what I know.

The ambiguity of your side in that first game in particular (and at times the others) really killed me. There were a ton of people I had to kill but I remember thinking that they were doing good work. They helped people no one else was helping and actually made their lives better rather than leave them to their own squalor and destitution with their "freedom."