With Assassin’s Creed III launching into American Revolutionary stabbiness at the end of this month, it’s only natural to speculate exactly how it will evolve its predecessor’s DNA. While I’ve enjoyed the series so far, though, I still prefer Assassin’s Creed (AC1) to its successors.
Yesterday we saw two new trailers for Assassin’s Creed 3, the latest game in the popular stab-’em-up series, one for the US markets and one for the UK. Guess which one is more historically accurate?
One of the reasons I love the Assassin’s Creed games is because it lets me sneak up on history and stab it in the back. It looks like ACIII, set in the time of the American Revolution, looks like it follows the AC equation of history + weaponry = awesome.
Across the country, musicians are luring unsuspecting young Americans into their tour bus…to register them to vote. It’s all a part of Rock the Vote (RtV)’s mission to get young people in the habit of flexing their political muscle while listening to great tunes. Only this election cycle, RvT is bringing the fun to Millennials in a different way. This time, RtV is partnering with Ubisoft and its upcoming game, Assassin’s Creed III (ACIII).