Yesterday was a wild day for all Assassin’s Creed fans. We got our first look at the cinematic reveal trailer for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and although it was visually impressive, we saw no gameplay. However, that was not my concern at the time. My main concern is how Ubisoft was going to portray a historically bloodthirsty-loud Viking into a stealthy Assassin.
I don’t know about you, but there’s nothing appealing to me when it comes to Ancestors: The Humankind Odyssey, and I’m the type of guy that likes to plays games like these, which outlines the Darwin’s theory of evolution in a game format.
Gaming in my opinion is a media that opens up a whole new way of telling stories that movies and books simply can not match. Despite the news media, government, and practically everyone who’s never played a game in their life constant assault on this media due to their lack of ignorance on the topic, many just see it as a past time. I mean, the latter part is true, it is a past time that many enjoy but it can also teach people new and foreign things they otherwise wouldn’t have been exposed to. For a while now, I’ve come across videos and blogs of people attacking several games for not including a certain gender or race in a particular setting and I often wonder why people can’t seem to use their heads and logically think about why a game may lack a certain group of gender, race etc.
A couple of days ago, Ubisoft released their first Assassin’s Creed mobile game called Assassin’s Creed mobile and at first glance, it may look like a copy of Fallout Shelter, but once you get your hands on it and play it, you’ll realize there’s more to the game itself.
Assassin’s Creed Origins was a breath of fresh air to an already stale franchise. It brought back my love for the series and reminded me my I became a fan of the assassin’s. AC:Origins answered a lot of the questions fans had about the origins of the Assassin’s and now “The Hidden One” takes four years after the main game to show us how Bayek created the Creed.
Journey into Ancient Egypt, the most mysterious place in history, during a crucial period that will shape the world. Discover the secrets behind the Great Pyramids, forgotten myths, the last pharaohs, and – engraved in […]
Another day, another rumor and with E3 2017 on the horizon its no surprise. This time we got some Assassin Creed rumors…..
This is quite surprising to hear, most of us assumed that we would get the conclusion to the Assassin Creed current story line in the next installment but it appears that that’s not the case anymore…
Ubisoft just announced an Assassin’s Creed The Ezio Collection, so for all those who didn’t get a chance to play these games or for those who are looking for an excuse to get back into the Assassin Creed series, well here’s your chance….