Assassins Of Nowhere
Second sentence is factually incorrect. It's about something completely different than you might think. It's actually an article that praises to some extent AC1s historical sections for the things it achieves by a more philosophical point of view. But I don't necessarily agree that Al Mualim got reduced to a mustache-twirling villain at the end of AC1. Everything is permitted. When I first played AC1 and saw that, I thought it was just a way to cover their asses in case anyone got mad that a western developer made a game about stabbing muslims and christians in the middle east.
Skimmed through, not giving the article any more then that. Kotaku, leave this game out of whatever political agenda your trying to push please. As often as the political climate in this country changes, or rather the PC culture agenda, you can't look at something from a decade ago through a lens. You'll find something offensive. Hell, if they look at something from from a perspective, someone will get butt hurt about something. AC should be left alone.
It's just an irritating subject, and I don't mean AC. The fact that PC culture has taken over the developed world is a travesty. When I grew up, you could get by with saying and doing damn near anything you wanted, within reason of course.
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People didn't get their panties in a bunch over someone being "insensitive. People didn't hear something they didn't like on the news and run to their "safe spaces" to cry. We didn't have emotional support animals because some prick called a friend fat. And yes, I know I sound like an old man saying all this. Hell, I feel like a fossil for still believing a man should be a man and people should be able to deal with their own shit, but I'm only This world has just gone to fucking shit since the PC brigade took control. I just hope it's not too late for things to turn around.
Unfortunately I'm sure it is. Guys, you are talking about something the article isn't even about because of your speculation about its content because of the first sentence, which is not even a statement of the author, but just a misassigned quote.
It's less of an issue than you guys make it out to be. I know how people say they were born in the wrong generation, but I'm actually serious People demanding to be treated with respect doesn't equate to a nuclear Holocaust. You're being melodramatic.
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Ezio has been confirmed to be a noble not a peasant or monk. You should refrain from asking questions like this when it has little to do with the accuracy of the article considering that none of this information has been revealed. Michael J. Ezio is a noble,his family clearly started out as nobles,and I don't know where you got the notion that Ezio is a monk or peasant. He does intermingle with thieves and mercenaries,and wanders the streets,but only to improve his craft. It's listed that this game is coming out for the Wii, but the article source says otherwise.
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What gives? Shadic talk , 24 April UTC. For the record, I've only seen one picture of a wii version on google, and I havn't seen any games in stores or on their websites.
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I guess it's not coming out in the U. At least, not anytime soon; but since I got an Xbox Elite for Christmass, I don't exactly have a problem with that anymore. Why is the article in this order? Shouldn't it be Plot, Gameplay, then delvelopment? Like in the assassins creed article? Cause when I read this article and came to this part:. I was like " Who is Enzio??
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What, the game is taking place in Italy??? Shouldn't it first explain who he is and where it is taking place, tthen say what the gameplay will be?? Any one agree this would be a good picture to include in the article? OK, I give up. In the second teaser trailer , around seconds, 3 coat of arms are shown. One is the papal and one other is the one of venice. Now the most left one really bugs me, it's not Florence, it's not Rome.
I've checked all of this and I still haven't found it. Is it known by anyone else? The far left coat of arms belongs to the Pazzi family. In the light of the following link  I just thought I'd remind well intentioned users that Gamestop and all other stores are not reliable sources for release dates. The new trailer suggests you will be able to launch your hidden blade. Worth a mention?
I have played through the game as many of us probably have by now and the device is actually a pistol "the size of a hummingbird" as Leonardo puts it. I was lead to believe the same thing about the launching blade, but two things point to that is not so.