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  1. Gaming

    Assassin’s Creed: Checkmate Imagines Edward Kenway As A Guy Ritchie Protagonist [Video]

    Hands down, the best parts of all the Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes movies is when Robert Downey Jr.'s Holmes has to decide the best way to kick somebody's teeth in using hyper-fast mental calculations -- which sounds like a trick that a member of the Assassins would totally know how to do. So Machinima gave us Connor Kenway doing just that.

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  2. Gaming

    The Microtransactions Are Coming: Assassin’s Creed III to Offer Multiplayer Credit Bundles

    Video game publishers and developers are coming to believe that they're not providing a product to their consumers. Instead, they're providing a service. While this might at first seem like a good thing, it actually means that more companies than ever are embracing the idea of microtransactions. If they can offer tiny tidbits of content for a price, especially if these are just ways to make content already present in the game available faster, they will. Ubisoft is no different. Turns out that their latest game, Assassin's Creed III, will apparently have packs of something called "Erudito Credits" available for purchase.

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  3. Gaming

    George Washington Becomes America’s Greatest Villain in Assassin’s Creed III DLC

    In news that'll make you check to see if it's actually April 1st and all of your memories of the past few months have just been a weird soap opera style dream, Ubisoft has announced some new DLC for Assassin's Creed III that features George Washington succumbing to evil. It's called The Tyranny of George Washington. The evils of George Washington must be stopped.

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  4. Gaming

    Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Branded U.S. Flag Is Probably A Violation Of Federal Law

    Tweeted out by Jeff Gerstman, the Assassin's Creed-branded flag you see above is clearly intended to promote the upcoming Assassin's Creed III, set during the American Revolution. If you're at all aware of the Flag Code, it might strike you as slightly lacking in class. If you know more about the Flag Code, this might strike you as a violation of Federal law. And if you have the whole thing memorized, you know it probably doesn't actually matter, but it's still against code.

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