Tag: assassin’s creed
Character Feature: Edward Kenway
Seeing a debate about the Kenway family on an Assassin’s Creed video recently, has made me sit down and really think about why I think the protagonist of Black Flag is the best one since Ezio and, perhaps, comes dangerously close to toppling the Italian as the series defining character.
Good Storytelling in Video Games: Assassin’s Creed Rogue
This is more of an addendum to the AC summary I posted almost a year ago. About a month ago, knowing I was on the verge of trading in the XBox 360, I hastily purchased and played through Assassin’s Creed Rogue, intrigued as I was for promised spoilers for Unity and to close off the North American…
Character Feature: Ezio Auditore
Back to the video game characters here. Regular readers will know I am a big Assassin’s Creed fan. Now I have finally traded in my XBox 360 and won’t be able to play again as this character, I want to tell you why Ezio is my favourite AC protagonist.
Great Story Telling in Video Games: Assassin’s Creed Part 2
“Requiescat in Pace” This is the second part of my my Assassin’s Creed summary. Part 1 is here; I recommend you read that first for a summary of the ongoing story. As you can see, the story is pretty complex, covering some important and slightly obscure eras of history. On top of that, we deal…
Great Story Telling in Video Games: Assassin’s Creed Part 1
Dr. Vidic: What if I told you the human body not only housed the individual’s memory, but the memory of his ancestors as well? Genetic memory, if you will. Migration, hibernation, reproduction. How do animals know when and where to go, what to do? Desmond: That’s just animal instinct. Dr. Vidic: Now you’re arguing semantics, Mr.…