When a man has won all of his battles and defeated all of his enemies; what is left for him to achieve? Ezio Auditore must leave his life behind in search of answers, in search of the truth.

Ezio walks in the footsteps of the legendary mentor Altaïr, on a journey of discovery and revelation. It is a perilous path — one that will take Ezio to Constantinople, the heart of the Ottoman Empire, where a growing army of Templars threatens to destabilize the region.

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About Assassin's Guild with 4 comments by ℒuna-tic™ on May 27th, 2012

These are the soundtracks from the Assassin's Creed games, the best I could find in playlists for your convenience, as having 100's of videos would be crowded :)

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Are you tired of Ezio's adventures ? Did you feel that Altair was underrated and it was unfair that he had only one PC game while Ezio has entire trilogy...

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use texmod tool to replace ezio's texture. if it doesn't work try use another ubisoft game launcher

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This pack contains the font used by the Assassin's Creed games, though the games are slightly modified, this is the closest you will get, made by Roger...

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A simple DirectX ENB series mod for Assassin's Creed: Revelations, aiming for colour correction. ENB Series developer: Vorontsov Boris. ColourCorrection...

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nomad93 Jun 7 2011, 4:54am says:

From what I understood,there's gonna be a Byzantine remnant allied with the Templars.

This is absurd,this is one of the most idiotic,politically correct,pro-islamic,anti-greek choices I seen in a videogame.I hope you can at least choose sides,because I'll NEVER EVER work for the Sultan,not even in a videogame.

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lukaluka94 Jun 7 2011, 9:37am replied:

Agreed... Not to mention the bullsh*t story they made up about the Templars in their whole franchise...

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feillyne Jun 7 2011, 3:31pm replied:

@lukaluka94, who are you to judge?
Have you made your own game? What's its storyline? Is its plot any better than Assassin's Creed one?

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lukaluka94 Jun 8 2011, 8:35am replied:

That is a pathetic question... What I have made has NOTHING to do with the AC's storyline... I am one of the players and I DO have the right to criticise this game, including it's storyline.

Also, I am a huge fan of Knights Templars and I hate how this game keeps showing them as bad guys, while uneducated people believe it and then keep talking about what they have learned IN a game.

This is just my opinion. But still its seems you are too much of a fanboy to look at things from afar.

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feillyne Staff Subscriber
feillyne Jun 8 2011, 8:45am replied:

First, **** off me (personally) you Warhammer fanboy.

I praised & appreciated the first installment because TEMPLARS weren't negatively pictured at all.

Remember dialogues between e.g. Jubair and Altaïr? Jubair appeared much better excused than Altaïr. Templars were pictured as the ones that are mirroring assassins - templars were assassins, and assassins were also templars in some way (soldiers of Al Mualim, a former Templar that was at core still a Templar).

Both Templars and Assassins were killing for political and moral reasons and the game was set out to present both sides. You're the only one to see "how this game keeps showing them as bad guys".

And anybody can learn history and see that e.g. Garnier was said to be much different in real life. Your ignorance is your problem.

PS I have right to criticise your criticism.

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lukaluka94 Jun 8 2011, 11:52am replied:

"First, **** off me (personally) you Warhammer fanboy."

Sorry, I don't understand bullsh*t, I only speak English.

First of all, I never asked your opinion and I don't give a F*ck if you criticise my criticism or not, and I never asked you about your rights. Secondly, I did play AC 1 and know what was going on there, but your pathetic excuses cannot justify the fact that they completely f*cked p the story in the second game, as well as in Brotherhood and now, in this one.

I cannot teach you history, nor do I give a damn about what you teach me about it. So yeah, keep your opinions to yourself, since as a fanboy, you think you are right, and there is no other version beside it.

P.S. Warhammer has nothing to do with this, you failed at being offensive.

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feillyne Jun 8 2011, 12:29pm replied:

Yes, I agree with you, they did well with the story in AC1 and it was worse in AC2.

The problem is that you're oblivious to it, because you don't ******* know a damn **** about what I think about each installment - and you say that I'm a fanboy - does it ban me from criticising Assassin's Creed? Can criticise anything, too.

The Brotherhood however improved the story - unless you like incestuous popes (Cesare & Rodrigo) and lack of AC1 features in Brotherhood (the Brotherhood brought many of them into the franchise again).

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harshith Jun 24 2011, 11:51am replied:

You are right man, the 1st AC story was awesome! If we neglect
the repetitiveness of the game we can purely enjoy the game.
The game has excellent story,nice game play than AC 2 (in some
features) and one more thing the game has awesome voice acting!
People want to hear their deep conversation and deep music makes
this game pretty interesting. Altair has good voice whereas Ezio's
voice is like as if he is drunk and in AC 2 the conversation is
like some one gives a mission to accomplish and Ezio says "Bene
I ll do it" and some simple conversation and of course I wouldn't
talk about it's story.If AC was made pretty good at starting it
would be very much nice for a game like this.

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lukaluka94 Jun 8 2011, 1:00pm replied:

I just wrote my opinion in the beginning, and you just jumped at me like a fanboy, then you offended me and I couldn't hold myself. So next time, Take this into consideration and think about how you say things.

But yeah, I loved the first AC game, but hated the other ones because of their story... Because I love the Knights Templar, and I am fascinated about our history, and their role in it. I simply am offended by the story they have in last AC games and thats why I'm angry about it. Anyways, no one here cares about our conversation, and I'm sure they don't want to read it.

P.S. And yeah, I don't like ANY of the popes anyways.

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johnleecrazy Aug 4 2011, 2:41am replied:

just play the da*n game , if you don't like it , just f*ck off

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feillyne Staff Subscriber
feillyne Jun 8 2011, 1:09pm replied:

So you see, sorry.

Maybe developers were too excited about AC2 and how they improved its gameplay, so they forgot the storyline side and botched it up.

At least it seems to be a bit improved in the Brotherhood - and maybe it'll get better in Revelations. Also, it seems that Ezio is now without a cape - and more like Altaïr.

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Wow. Just wow.

Dec 3 2011, 2:50am by feillyne

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Too Short, Boring, Only exists to milk it's fans for money. should have known being Ubisoft,

Dec 28 2011, 8:56pm by Kastrenzo

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