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Naughty Dog hires former Assassin’s Creed dev, Activision spends $500m launching Destiny, and Battlefield 4 gets pre-game squad join feature – PlayStation round up

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at 05:03pm May 6 2014
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Back to the grind, eh? Those three days off seem so far away now. It was a simpler time. A time when Naughty Dog hadn’t yet revealed that it hired Assassin’s Creed III lead animator Jonathan Cooper. A time when you didn’t know Activision’s spending $500 million on Destiny’s launch (for context, Norway’s GDP is $499m). A time when you were still wondering when DICE would get around to adding in a pre-game squad join feature to Battlefield 4. Ah, but those days are behind us.

Assassin’s Creed sale on PSN – AC 1, 2, Brotherhood, Revelations, 3, DLC & Vita all cheap

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at 04:20pm August 30 2013
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There’s a big Assassin’s Creed sale on the PSN as part of the ongoing Summer Festival. Almost all the Assassin’s Creedeses are reduced in some way inducing DLC and bundles. Might be worth a look if there’s a one you’ve missed out.

7 ways to make an Assassin’s Creed movie not suck – a lesson for videogame films everywhere

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at 11:25am February 1 2013
Assassin's Creed

So now that Ubisoft Motion Pictures have a writer on board for their Fassbender starring historical epic it’s time to look at videogame movies and see what can be learnt from the hellmouth that is previous adaptations.

Assassin’s Creed movie to star Michael Fassbender

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at 03:12pm July 9 2012
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

Michael Fassbender is set to co-produce and star in Ubisoft’s big screen adaptation of the upcoming Assassin’s Creed movie through DMC Film.

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations review

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at 05:00pm November 14 2011
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The plot of Assassin’s Creed has always been absurd – and given that Revelations picks up where previous game Brotherhood left off, the latest instalment of Ubi’s all-conquering adventure isn’t the best initiation to the series.

Assassin’s Creed movie could be closer than you think

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at 01:08pm October 23 2011

Assassin’s Creed’s a pretty hot property after winning best action game at the Golden Joysticks last week. Although the first news of a possible movie actually came on Thursday from Variety when it announced that Sony and Ubisoft were negotiating a movie deal based on the game. Nothing major there you might think, movie deals are inked all the time.

Soulcalibur 5 to include Assassin’s Creed’s Ezio as a playable character?

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at 11:16am October 18 2011
Soulcalibur Ezio

A screenshot has emerged that shows Ezio, the Italian renaissance’s foremost free-runner and current protagonist of the Assassin’s Creed series, available as a playable character in Soulcalibur V.

Watch Access episode 4 now

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at 01:03pm October 16 2011

The latest episode of Access has made its weekly move from PSN to Youtube. Episode 4 has Assassin’s Creed: Revelations as its game of the week, checks out the new Home update and Sony’s new 3D visor (you know, the Geordi Laforge one). There’s also a look at the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s recent tour of videogame music, and a look at the recent Eurogamer Expo.

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood online review

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at 02:52pm September 14 2011
Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood online

Assassin’s Creed never seemed an obvious candidate for a multiplayer mode. The worry was that Brotherhood would do a Bioshock, tacking unnecessary multiplayer onto a single-player story. Instead, it’s one of PS3’s best surprises: an online experience that blends the series’ mechanics with that most troublesome of things – crowds of people – to create a new kind of deathmatch.

Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood review

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at 10:45am September 14 2011
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

File this alongside Bioshock 2 as another pseudo-sequel. In terms of raw content, Brotherhood is huge, yet still doesn’t feel like a full follow-up. And that shouldn’t come as a surprise. This has been cooking in the development pot for 12 months, as opposed to the two-year gap between AC I and AC II, and re-uses the same Renaissance setting and dreamy hero – Ezio Auditore da Firenze – as…

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