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Assassin's Creed III is out in stores today. A few critics have weighed in with their thoughts about the game. Here are a few snippets from publications on both the Internet and print. Make sure to voice your opinions on the matter below
"There is so much story, so much multiplayer, and so much stuff to do that your average 10 hour game should be terribly ashamed of itself. In this economy, you can't do better than Assassins Creed III."
"Even when it does finally get going, the designers continue to tutor and nudge you to try the extraordinary range of mini-games and systems that have been arranged for you along the 1700s Eastern Seaboard."
"Not everything about the game gels together c…
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Thirteen is a number that is associated with a wide myriad of superstitions - some good and some bad. However, if you run into any of these thirteen assassins, chances are - it won't be a good outcome. Below you will find a list of who we believe are the thirteen best assassins in the history of gaming.
Agent 47 is best known as the protagonist of the Hitman series. According to the lore of the series, he is the world's "deadliest, most discrete, and skilled" assassin. Agent 47 was born on September 5, 1964 in a Romanian asylum and had a barcode tattooed on his head. Growing up in the asylum, he was trained to efficiently kill people. Eventually, freed by Ort-Meyer, he begins to take up contract killings. Known killings include - Lee Hon…
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Genetic memory is one of the crucial components of the Assassin's Creed series. But what exactly is genetic memory? Genetic memory is the memories of one's ancestors that has been passed down through the DNA of numerous generations.
In the Assassin's Creed universe, Abstergo Industries develops the Animus in order to help turn these memories into a three-dimensional feed. Through this memories can be relived and experienced. However, these memories were limited to the person who held them until the invention of the Data Dump Scanner. This invention allowed people who didn't hold the genetic memories to review them.
This was the ground work for what would be known as the Animus Project. This allowed for the exploration of previously unknown f…Read more >