Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered Trailler

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I remember for some weird reason I liked the original. Probably thanks to environments, especially winter. I may even buy this, 2nd one also got remaster, right? So that to.

Funny thing that recently I played AC Origins, and was quite disappointed... For example, hunting for resources was fucking awful, and it reminded me that there was also hunting in AC:3, and it also mattered for some reason - but I don't remember it being so terrible and annoying.
 

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This is free for Odyssey season pass holders, right?

Pretty stoked.
 
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Is this NPC blind or what's wrong with this eyes?
I like how colorful/lively it looks now, all these remasters/remakes just makes me feel good about skipping this gen.
 
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You know, I've actually come around on AC3. Sure, it's not as good as the "Ezio Trilogy" but it is not bad. The only thing I'm still mad at is how Ubisoft have handled the Desmond arc. I was actually one of the few who liked the modern day stuff with Desmond up to AC3...

I had actually hoped for an AC where you'd play Haytham as the main character.
 
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There's a good game in ACIII. The things that killed it for me was extra objectives in the frontier and the amount of rooftop guards. It was tedious seeing the alert indicators lighting up from across the roads. Just killed the fun. I didn't particularly like the Homesteads either but I'll give them another go.
 

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Yes it’s free for season pass holders. You can get it with the $100 gold edition.
I personally didn’t care for AC3 at all, as a huge series fan before that entry.

But who knows, maybe I’d like it if I played it today. Funny how that goes sometimes. Regardless, I think it’s cool they’re including the Liberation port in this.
 
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I have to ask since this is blowing my mind right now.

Where is all this positivity coming from?

Why is everyone praising the game all of a sudden? when it was first released everyone hated it.

I myself after beating thought it was one of the weakest games in the series, but all of a sudden people are eating it up to be the greatest. This is the same game from all those years again just with a face lift and without the horrid MP.
 
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I have to ask since this is blowing my mind right now.

Where is all this positivity coming from?

Why is everyone praising the game all of a sudden? when it was first released everyone hated it.

I myself after beating thought it was one of the weakest games in the series, but all of a sudden people are eating it up to be the greatest. This is the same game from all those years again just with a face lift and without the horrid MP.
Im wondering the same tbh. I don't hate the game or anything like, there was stuff that i did enjoy, but not as much as previous games or the ones after. The only thing i truly enjoyed from AC3 was the naval combat
 
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I have to ask since this is blowing my mind right now.

Where is all this positivity coming from?

Why is everyone praising the game all of a sudden? when it was first released everyone hated it.

I myself after beating thought it was one of the weakest games in the series, but all of a sudden people are eating it up to be the greatest. This is the same game from all those years again just with a face lift and without the horrid MP.
I loved the game when it first came out. I didn't think it was as good as the Ezio trilogy, but it did a lot of things right.
 
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Ass Creed 3 had my favorite combat in the series. The loop of using single fire muskets and such feels so good. Also the animations are were top notch. I remember being disappointed with all the clipping that was going on in Black Flag. Also the intro music when Hameth (whatever his name was) first sees Boston was outstanding.
 

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I have to ask since this is blowing my mind right now.

Where is all this positivity coming from?

Why is everyone praising the game all of a sudden? when it was first released everyone hated it.

I myself after beating thought it was one of the weakest games in the series, but all of a sudden people are eating it up to be the greatest. This is the same game from all those years again just with a face lift and without the horrid MP.
With a remake it's natural that it's going to draw discussion mostly from those who liked it back in the day. There isn't really an awful lot of reason to get involved in discussions about a remake of you didn't like the game to begin with.

Hence why it feels like there's a lot of love and little hate, but in reality it's the same it's always been.
 
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I'm really surprised to see this!

I have this game sitting in my PS3 backlog to play and nearly everything I have read about it says it's the weakest game in the series. I'm sure I will really enjoy it though as I feel I have a low standard in games as lots of my favourites are disliked by many.

I have read that because of the era and locale there is less of the vertical traversal in the game. I'm kind of looking forward to this as in previous titles the temptation was always to go up instead of getting amongst it all.

So far I have played AC1 and the Ezio trilogy. Someone mentioned the Desmond arc earlier and my prediction/hope was that the AC timeline would continue towards modern day and in a final game you would play as Desmond in the modern era. I obviously now know this is not the case, the Desmond arc was finished and the timeline jumps around. It's clear AC will keep being pumped out as long as it sells so there probably is no clear story arc.

But I will play the vanilla PS3 version and I'm sure I will enjoy it as much as the others.
 
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It still has the best combat/execution animations of the entire series. Always felt amazing to smoothly use someone as a human shield and then bash someone's skull in with the axe.
I just wasn't a big fan of the frontier area, because it felt like there wasn't a great deal to do apart from hunting and climbing trees.
 
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Can't wait.

It's the reason why I sprung for the Season's pass.

I like how Ubi is giving us remastered games as a part of their season pass. Far Cry 3 was a nice addition to the Far Cry 5 pass.

I'm holding out hope that when the new Trials comes out they do a remaster of Trials Evolution so everyone can experience that masterpiece :)
 
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JohnnyFootball

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Always liked the 3rd game, i never understood the hate. Having said that, it will probably feel a bit weird going back to the early games after getting used to, and loving, the new RPG style of Origins and Odyssey.
The hate comes from the fact that it was bloated with tons of busy work sidequests that got you literally nothing for completing them other than a checkmark, the sims-like homestead stuff was more chore than fun, the secondary full sync objectives were very tedious (chase someone down without running into anyone) and a crafting system that was such a pain to use that almost nobody even knew the game had one. And fuck that lockpicking (it was worse in AC Unity though)!

That's why I am so interested in hearing/reading about the gameplay tweaks. If they improved somethings in the list, it becomes a drastically better game.
 
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JohnnyFootball

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It would be really interesting to compare the native Xbox One X upscaling tech of the original to the remaster @dark10x
What would be interesting about it?

BC AC3 is not currently X1X enhanced and is still running at it's native 360 resolution on the One X and One S. No amount of upscaling will make a native 720p (?) game remotely comparable to a native 4Kish game. The remaster is going to look light years better. To give a sports analagy it's like saying you'd be interested in seeing how a Pop-Warner football team compares to the New England Patriots.
 
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I don’t need to play it again, but ac3 is a good game. Conner was a protagonist that actually struggled with who he was. What he was doing, motivations, etc.

And damn did I like that tomahawk
 
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This reminds me of the piss filter in every racing game during the late 2000's - early 2010s.

Looks awful.
 
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