Articles tagged with: Assassin’s Creed
In case you haven’t gotten your fill of sneaking around and assassinating figure heads or you simply want to explore more of 15th century Italy, Assassin’s Creed II will be getting it’s first batch of DLC early next year.
Remember those sequences of Ezio’s DNA that were deemed corrupt? Well it turns out that someone or something has fixed them as these two DLC packages will fill the missing gaps.
Have you been playing Assassin’s Creed II and can’t stand the glitches? Ubisoft’s first patch hopes to alleviate many of your issues.
A prequel to the events in the upcoming Assassin’s Creed II game, Lineage is Ubisoft’s first foray into movie-making.
Marrying live-action with assets created for the murderous capture-the-flag* sequel, the third and final part of the short-film is now available on YouTube for those wishing to watch the complete series in its entirety.
Welcome to another Homerun for your week’s review on the new content to arrive for PlayStation Home.
As the title suggests, only North America has been treated to any content this week, excluding the minor furniture additions in Europe.
Assassin’s Creed Lineage is the prequel to the events that occur in Assassin’s Creed II. It follows Ezio’s father, GiovanniAuditore da Firenze, as he investigates the murder of the Duke of Milan.
Uncovering the truth only implicates him further and soon, he is hunted himself.
The fourth entry into Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed II Dev Diary is now available and it shows off the brutality and realism of the game.
The developers discuss the game’s fighting mechanics and what they have done to make it appeal to gamers, as well as the new weapons available.
Assassin’s Creed II is going to be bigger, better, and more in depth than its Knights Templar predecessor. Discussed during a Q&A with Creative Director Patrice Desilets include the progression of Ezio from child to master assassin, locations, as well as the different characters you will encounter in your quest for revenge…
Assassin’s Creed II is high on our list of must-have titles for the forthcoming holiday season, so any time we’re treated to a new trailer we tend to sit up and take notice.
Today is no exception as we bring you the very latest trailer, direct from the TGS showfloor.
The first Assassin’s Creed was highly criticized for being repetivive. Gameplay consisted of traveling from town to town and gathering intel which ultimately led to a major assassination.
With Assassin’s Creed II, the gameplay has expanded to so much more than just assassinating victims with a variety of new missions to choose from…
Assassin’s Creed was derided following release for being too repetetive.
It could certainly be argued that the missions were quite similar and lacked the depth that some other sandbox games vaunted. This one issue seemed to marr the otherwise undeniable success of the game.
Since the reveal of the sequel, this has been the major concern of both the media and public alike. Now it seems that we can start to put these concerns to bed once and for all.
Ubisoft have revealed the first gameplay trailer for Assassin’s Creed II, and it looks like an absolute corker.
We could spend ages waxing lyrical about it, but I’m sure you just want to get on with clicking ‘Play’ and seeing for yourself…
You’ve likely seen similar Assassin’s Creed II footage from its E3 showing, but have you seen Ezio climb onto the rooftops of Venice while narrated by a German?
The one minute and forty-three seconds of video captured on the floor at Gamescom begins with Ezio knifing a startled enemy before calmly pushing his way through a masquerade party and then up on to the roofs of the city.
New screenshots are coming out of the woodwork here at Gamescom and if we post up everything the nice ladies and gents from the PR companies send us, we’d have no time for other important convention activities.
Yes, we’re alluding to German beer yet again.
These two new images from Ubisoft’s sophomore stealth title, Assassin’s Creed II, did catch our eye however. For obvious reasons.
The creators of Assassin’s Creed II have returned to the diary room to discuss the back-story of the stealth-fest and introduce three new factions as part of Ezio’s surrogate family.
Shunned by the very people who once supported and loved him in his old life, Ezio must now rely on the underbelly of Venice and cavort with thieves, courtesans and mercenaries if he is to achieve his ultimate goal and get vengeance.
Have you ever wanted to become just like AltaÃ¯r or Ezio and spy on your target, gathering as much information as you can about them? Well, the folks at Ubisoft have made it that much easier to do for their upcoming adventure.
Users can now embed a widget featuring news, screenshots, and videos all about Assassin’s Creed II into their Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, and all other forms of social networking. That’s not all though!
We suspect most people will be buying Assassin’s Creed 2 when it hits this Fall, judging by the popularity of the game steadily increasing over the past few months.
From AC: Bloodlines on the PSP having some crossovers with the PS3 game to Ubisoft plugging the game in “all platforms and mediums that could support [their] franchises”, it would apppear that the world is slowly going Assassin’s Creed bonkers.
Now it has been revealed that special editions of the game will be available for pre-order.
Ubisoft have announced today plans to expand their properties beyond the videogame market to include film and “all platforms and mediums that could support our franchises.”
As part of this new direction, the publisher will produce a series of short films based on the popular Assassin’s Creed property.
As the lines between Sony’s hardware continues to blur, it’s becoming increasing difficult to report on one PlayStation flavour without dipping into the other.
We already mentioned how Sony’s smaller device will be getting Valkyria Chronicles 2, but now it’s time to discuss how Assassin’s Creed: Bloodlines on the PSP will impact its bigger cousin Assassin’s Creed II on the PS3. And vice versa.
Weapons, health and treasure unlocked in one of the games will become available in the other.
As you’ve no doubt seen recently, we’re suckers for highlighting the various “developer diaries” that are appearing of late.
Offering up an insider view on some of the hottest new properties in gaming, there’s nothing like seeing passionate people talk about something they truly love.
And when that something is also a game we can’t wait to get our hands on – it’s a big win for everyone involved.
With Zipper Interactive revealing more MAG mayhem on a weekly basis, it’s now Ubisoft’s turn to offer us some glimpses inside the production of Assassin’s Creed II.