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Assassins Creed Trilogy



The first game in the Assassins Creed franchise is set in 1191 AD,

when the Third Crusade was tearing the Holy Land apart. Shrouded in

secrecy and feared for their ruthlessness, the Assassins intend to

stop the hostilities by suppressing both sides of the conflict.

Players, assuming the role of the main character Altair, will have the

power to throw their immediate environment into chaos and to shape

events during this pivotal moment in history.

Be an Assassin Master the skills, tactics, and weapons of historys

deadliest and most secretive clan of warriors. Plan your attacks,

strike without mercy, and fight your way to escape.

Realistic and responsive environments Experience a living, breathing

world in which all your actions have consequences. Crowds react to

your moves and will either help or hinder you on your quests.

Action with a new dimension � total freedom Eliminate your targets

wherever, whenever, and however. Stalk your prey through richly

detailed, historically accurate, open ended environments. Scale

buildings, mount horses, blend in with crowds. Do whatever it takes to

achieve your objectives.

Relive the epic times of the Crusades Assassins Creed immerses you

in the realistic and historical Holy Land of the 12th century,

featuring life like graphics, ambience, and the subtle, yet detailed

nuances of a living world.

Intense action rooted in reality Experience heavy action blended

with fluid and precise animations. Use a wide range of medieval

weapons, and face your enemies in realistic swordfight duels.

Next gen gameplay The proprietary engine developed from the ground

up for the next gen console allows organic game design featuring open

gameplay, intuitive control scheme, realistic interaction with

environment, and a fluid, yet sharp, combat mechanic.


ssassins Creed: Brotherhood is a third person action adventure video

game with main emphasis on sandbox style gameplay in an open world of

Rome. Like the previous installments, the gameplays core mechanics are

based on parkour movements, crowd blending stealth, assassinations and

melee fighting system. The combat system features several improvements

and for the first time in the series, the game offers a multiplayer

The game introduces a new management system: the player can recruit

new members by destroying any of fifteen Borgia towers around Rome

where papal troops are stationed, then rescuing disgruntled citizens

in their districts from harassing guards. The player, as Ezio, can

then send them to assignments around Europe or call them for support

during missions (if they are not already occupied). Tasking the novice

Assassins makes them gain experience, and the player is able to

customize their appearance, skills and weapon training to some degree

by spending the skill points they have earned. Assassins can die on

missions, from which they will not return. Ezio masters new gadgets,

such as Leonardo da Vincis parachute, which can be used when jumping

poison, a crossbow, and the ability to hold and throw heavier weapons

like axes.

Ezio using the BAM system (Brotherhood Assist Move).

The primary setting is Rome, which has fallen into ruin due to the

corrupt rule of the Borgia papacy and the Templars over the Papal

States and concentrating all the wealth in the Vatican. Just like the

town of Monteriggioni in Assassins Creed II, the player is able to

The player has to conquer and destroy Borgia towers to free city zones

and opportunities. Rome is the biggest city ever created after the

first two installments (Rome is three times bigger than Florence from

Downtown, Tiber, Country and Antique. Unlike the previous

installments, travel between different cities or regions is no longer

present, as most of the action in the game takes place around the city

of Rome. Instead, a series of tunnel networks throughout the city

allow the player to travel to different sectors of the city with ease.

However players will be able to explore the entire city of Rome, visit

a part of Navarre, Spain and Monteriggioni in the present day.

The combat system has been modified. Striking first and offensive

actions are more deadly in Brotherhood than previous games where

counter attacks were the most efficient. Before, this made the player

wait until the AI struck, which slowed down the pace of fighting. The

AI in this game is thus more aggressive and enemies can attack

simultaneously. To dispatch them, Ezio can use melee and ranged

weapons at the same time, as well as introducing the hidden pistol in

combat. After killing one enemy the player can start an execution

streak to dispatch multiple enemies quickly. Ezio can throw heavy

weapons (axes, spears, and swords) at his enemies. There are new enemy

archetypes in addition to those seen in Assassins Creed II such as

horsemen, arquebusiers, papal guards and others.

Horses play a larger role in Brotherhood, not only used as a means

of transport (inside the city for the first time), but as a component

of acrobatic sequences and advanced combat as well, allowing ranged

weapons to be used while riding them. Brotherhood also introduces

various types of horse related assassinations, featuring horse to

horse assassinations. There are environmental objects like the flower

pot in Assassins Creed II to move faster inside the city (a system of

tunnels around the city allow fast travel), as well as new objects

such as merchandise lifts to quickly climb up high buildings or

Unlike previous installments, Desmond can leave the Animus at almost

any time. This allows Desmond to explore the present day town of

Monteriggioni. The player is also offered virtual training, a mini

game where the player may test their free running or combat skills.


Assassins Creed II begins immediately after the events of the first

game in 2012; Desmond Miles is still trapped by Abstergo Industries

(the modern day face of the Knights Templar) after being forced to use

the Animus device to revisit genetic memories of the Assassin Altair

Ibn LaAhad, and has discovered prophetic warnings from Subject 16 (a

previous captive) describing the end of the world. He is soon rescued

by Lucy Stillman, a mole for the Assassins within Abstergo, who takes

him to meet two other Assassins, historian Shaun Hastings and computer

expert Rebecca Crane. They request that Desmond use their version of

the Animus, the Animus 2.0, to relive memories of another Assassin,

Ezio Auditore da Firenze, to train Desmond in the ways of the

Assassins through the Bleeding Effect of the Animus. During his

exposure, Desmond finds himself briefly struck by a puzzling memory of

Altair and his lover, a former Templar named Maria who became pregnant

with his child. It is also revealed that apart from training Desmond

as an Assassin, the Assassins also wish to find out more information

about the foretold Vault. Desmond also finds various glyphs left by

Subject 16 in the Animus, which, when decoded and assembled, form a

brief video of a man and woman, Adam and Eve, running through a

futuristic setting called Eden. The video ends with the binary for


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Assassins Creed IIs plot includes the fictional depictions of

historical characters including Niccolo Machiavelli and Rodrigo

Borgia, later known as Pope Alexander VI.

Ezios memories begin during the Renaissance in the 15th century,

where his family is ensnared in a political plot, and his father and

brothers are hanged. Ezio, following his fathers last advice, finds

his fathers Assassin tools, and flees the city with his mother and

sister to the safety of his uncle Marios villa in the countryside.

Mario assists Ezio in discovering the people behind the conspiracy,

the search leading Ezio from Florence, to San Gimignano, Forli, Venice

and eventually to Rome. As he identifies and assassinates more and

more political figures, Ezio also gains several allies, including

Niccolo Machiavelli and Leonardo da Vinci, the latter of whom helps

Ezio improve his equipment using schematics found in Altairs Codex

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