Okay, so far we've only seen French, English and Spanish enemies in demo's and trailers and the like, and that's normal because they were active in that region. But so were the dutch. They were really active as well, so I hope we get to see some dutch ships and enemies as well. Who joins my cause? AHOY! (Was originally a dutch term btw :P )Read more >
Okay, a friend of mine is convinced that the theme from AC: Revelations is the same as in AC III, but I don't think so. Sure there are similarities, but that's because it's the same composer, and I could hear Revelations' theme in a lot of Templar filled storylines, like Charles Lee and Connor Kenway as a child.
Anyway, I want your opinions on this. Like a second opinion, if you know what I mean.Read more >
Okay, I had this theory that I wanted to discuss. In ACIII, when Juno explained the ways they tried to save themselves from the impending solar apocalypse. She stored her mind in the Grand Temple, by inputting her thought patterns and the like in its walls and structure or wherever. When Desmond "died" and he saved Earth and freed Juno, how could she return without a physical body? I think when Minerva told Desmond would "die", she talked about his thoughts, his personality, everything that made Desmond Desmond. And that got replaced by Juno. So Juno took over Desmond's body. At least, that's my theory. What do you think?Read more >
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Okay, so Desmond's dead, Juno's free, and I assume the Abstergo launch of the satellite will be succesfull. This basically means there's a new First Civilization-Human war. Juno couldn't have chosen a more opportune moment to come back. She knows exactly how the PoE work, and she can now easily control most of the human population, as her personal, docile workforce. The Templars AND the Assassins obviously don't like this, so this might mean they could team up for now, if the Templars don't decide to join Juno. There's a difference to keeping peace through control, and outrig…
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Okay, I was thinking about a possible setting for an eventual Assassin's Creed IV.
The game takes place in the Netherlands, that is what is now the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, during the Dutch Revolution against Spain. A large part would take place in the 80 years war, and the player could encounter and speak with William of Orange, help Amsterdam and the VOC flourish, and battle the Catholic Spanish. He would fight against the brutality the Spanish commited, and because the Spanish are Catholic, there are also Templars to be fought.
Give me your opinion on this idea please.Read more >