i dont remember starting this thread :lol
Among the following, which is your favorite city in Assassin's Creed Brotherhood?
Najaf said:Um, I'm taking the survey and the current question is:
Last I checked, I only sent peon assassins to the three besides Rome. Maybe a DLC slip? Nah, too big. Strange though.
So true. One of the best thing about this franchise is that thanks to the animus they could set the game anywhere and anywhen and it would make perfect sense story wise. Some time periods and places would be better than others of course. I love Ezio and renaissance Italy but I think it's time for a new time period and/or place. I still think Japan would be great with samurai and ninja.ultron87 said:Anyone who doesn't answer this is a bad person.
I love Ezio and Italy, but it is time to move on.
Ridley327 said:Japan would only make sense if one of Ezio's descendants ended up in that region. If you've beaten AC:B and read about the theories, the location they're most pointing to next is definitely not Oriental in nature.
Unless it has something to do with a Piece of Eden or one of the temples, having the next game set in Japan will do nothing for the overall arc other than having an AC game set in Japan.Najaf said:Has it been stated that the memories are only tied through the father? I don't remember that. If it is not the case, then we have Desmond's full mothers side to explore. Ezio's grandson could have easily married someone from Japan or whatever. Even if that character had no significance, all it would take was an ancestor of that woman who was in a Ninja clan. Possibilities are pretty broad when dealing with ancestry.
I don't feel strongly one way or the other; Rome was neat just because of all the historical structures in it that you've always wanted to explore (and tell me you didn't immediately attempt to climb the Colosseum as soon as the game steered you into that region), but it's nice to have such distinct variety like there was in AC2.UrbanRats said:Do you guys prefer the severals "little cities" formula (AC1/AC2-like) or the "one big city with countryside built in it" one (ACB-like)?
Well you did get maps and intel on people you were going to assassinate in 1. But that got cut, along with the actual assassinations in the following games.Ceebs said:I say dig up what remains of the original Rainbow Six games before they were gutted and transplant the planning sequences into Assassins Creed. You get your assassin party and you plan out your hits using that, then execute it in game.
WJD said:I'd love AC3 to begin with Ezio finishing off the brotherhood/assassin stuff before going on to a more "real world" theme based around Desmond.
I must be one of the few people that got excited by seeing.Desmond using Ezio's abilities at the end of AC2
My point was that they were already moving in the direction of making it simpler/non existent. There is no way in hell they would make it more complex or detailed.infinityBCRT said:That wasn't planning in AC1. That was "Do 2 of these 6 boring fetch quests!".
Sure I wish there was more of that stuff too, because that was my favorite part of brotherhood.macfoshizzle said:yeah but you get like 4 virtual training and that's it.
Toski said:Unless it has something to do with a Piece of Eden or one of the temples, having the next game set in Japan will do nothing for the overall arc other than having an AC game set in Japan.
TheOddOne said:Maby it just me, but bring back Altaïr!
There's actually a chapter in Project Legacy in whichBlast Processing said:Re:the next historical period and setting
On the one hand you have to do feudal Japan at some point, but on the other I'd like to see something in ancient China, Aztec or Maya South America, Sub-Saharan Africa, or Egypt. Keep us on our toes, culturally.
Or basically, just take Civ V's list and make an Assassin's Creed game in each Civ.
Ridley327 said:They're pointing to an awfully specific place for whatever game in AC:B's ending.
junesongprovider said:Could you clarifywhat you mean by that?in spoiler tags
I've only played the ending once, and I guess I was too busy having my mind blown byto pay attention to / realize what location they were hinting at.Minerva's speeches and finally getting to hold the Apple in 2012
Same (I'm 20), what's up with that? I knew it would be fishy once they started asking about employment and salary... I just like... want to give my input about the game, didn't know I had to qualify.Ushojax said:EDIT: Apparently I don't meet the demographic criteria. I would have thought 22 year old males are exactly the Assassins Creed audience but what do I know.
EuropeOG said:Same (I'm 20), what's up with that? I knew it would be fishy once they started asking about employment and salary... I just like... want to give my input about the game, didn't know I had to qualify.
I guess I don't qualify to buy their shit either.
White Man said:french revolution > victorian london
victorian london might look better but it's not nearly as chaotic as the french revolution. Just about every aspect of society rapidly changed, a la the renaissance and jerusalem circa first crusade.
Russian rev would also be cool but I'm assuming that is likely off the table what with the comic and all.
Norante said:I'm not sure if this is relevant, but I came across this today. From the concept artist of the previous games:
He says it was an internal exercise only...