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Posted by Dan_CiTi

I believe.

Posted by SpicyRichter

Mark of the Assassin?

Posted by OnionKnight14

Looks perfectly suited for a Vita game

Posted by Brendan

This looks interesting. I hope they learned a thing or two from Klei ;)

Edited by Nightriff

If it plays like Mark of the Ninja then I'm excited, otherwise I could careless.

EDIT: yeah.....I don't think its going to be that.

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Posted by joshwent

I really dig the painterly, illustrative style.

Also, it's sad to even have to mention, but it's refreshing to watch a trailer from a huge studio that doesn't have any kind of "Pre-order/Season Pass/Give us more MONEY" shit at the end.

Posted by Fear_the_Booboo

Looks pretty cool. I love the multi-character cast and Ubisoft's smaller games have been better than the big ones lately. I hope they nail the controls.

Posted by Naoiko

It looks cool...now to wait and see if it actually IS cool.

Edited by iceveiled

Wait...April? So confused. Is this the annual AC game this year or...?

Other than that, glad they are doing something new, but really this looks like a 2D action game with Assassin's Creed slapped on the title to sell more copies.

Posted by Accolade

No feudal-Japan Assassinjas yet. Sigh...

Posted by Autumn_Thunder

@alex: "2.5D"

@jeff: "Pack your stuff, you're outta here."

Posted by Jolt92

This looks bad. If it was a Vita-game, sure. But maaan...

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Posted by Bicycle_Repairman

This actually looks kind of amazing! I like the bustling AC cities, but i like the idea of taking the AC world and actually experiment a bit with a smaller scale.

Posted by andrew2696

I don't want to hate on something that isn't out yet, but if Assassin's Creed Victory is in fact the next game, and is set in Victorian London, I think all these settings are more interesting. Especially China. Or anywhere in Asia.

Posted by avantegardener
Edited by Hargrimm

Maybe I'm what's wrong with AAA games now, but a big part of the appeal of AC for me was getting immersed in the awesome settings and cities in 3D. Now, here are some of the most interesting settings the series has done, and they're 1/3rd of a 2.5D spinoff game each? I hope it's better than it sounds. At least I can still hold out hope for a fully-realized AC in Japan...

Posted by aktivity

I don't want to hate on something that isn't out yet, but if Assassin's Creed Victory is in fact the next game, and is set in Victorian London, I think all these settings are more interesting. Especially China. Or anywhere in Asia.

Seriously, why do they keep dragging their feet. You would think by now they would've made an iteration set in Japan (ninjas man) or another Asian country. That would be the one thing to pull me back into the series.