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The Assassin’s Creed franchise – Cane and Rinse No.6

“We work in the dark, to serve the light”

This week, in preparation for the forthcoming Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, Tony Atkins, Jay Taylor, Karl Moon and James Carter discuss Ubisoft’s popular Assassin’s Creed franchise, from their thoughts on the ongoing story to the various gameplay elements. Does the series still have the ability to keep scaling the lofty heights of the charts or does it risk losing its footing and plummet unceremoniously to the ground?

Music used in this issue:

Outro Track: City of Rome by Jesper Kyd

Cane and Rinse 6 was edited by Jay Taylor

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  1. I never played any of the assassins creeds after the first one. I guess I am doing myself a disjustice by not playing them it seems.

    I just have way too much shit to play, HELL!! Im still waiting on my copy of BF3 in the friggin mail.

  2. Still waiting for BF3?! Someone is begging to be drawn over hot coals for that! : )

    Without any doubt whatsoever I would recommend any one of these games, although it’s arguable that you could start with the second one and go from there.

    Definitely worth playing.

  3. I started with the second AC game and I don’t feel I missed out by not playing the first. By most accounts it was rather dull and more of a proof of concept than a fully formed game.

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