Neoseeker : News : Assassin's Creed III screenshots surface, featuring American wilderness
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NathNightmare Mar 2, 12
this is one game I need this year ;o
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Night Surgeon Mar 2, 12
This is going to be interesting. Will it be more of Desmond's ancestors? Or will we be seeing a new character? Maybe the return of 16? I really can't wait to play this game. Though it's gonna be weird since there won't be as many buildings since it's set in the Revolutionary War.
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nnnddd101010 Mar 2, 12
Night Surgeon It's still an ancestor of Desmond.

As I said in a post I made Here, there actually are a lot of big cities in Revolutionary New England, like New York, Philadelphia, and most importantly, Boston. Also, my theory/wish that there would be forest/outdoor sections where you can climb trees/hide and ambush people seems to be confirmed with some of these photos.
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Nightmare Samurai Mar 2, 12
AC and ACII you could get away with walking around in Assassins garb.
Now? Everyone must be pretty stupid if you can walk around a town like this and not be noticed.
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THM Mar 3, 12
I hope there will be no more lengthy climbings of towers, cathedral or unsually high buildings
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Afayas Mar 3, 12
Ubisoft is still Busy as Always.
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BlackLabel Mar 3, 12
I wonder which platform these screenshots are taken from? It seems of a much more higher fidelity than I've come to expect from Assassins Creed on 360 and PS3. Perhaps these are from the Wii U which is a more powerful system.
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RabidChinaGirl Mar 3, 12
quote BlackLabel
Perhaps these are from the Wii U which is a more powerful system.
Nope. Refer to the images in the following links:

http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Games/Reviews/acb_360/

http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Games/Reviews/assassins_creed_revelations/

See the similarities? Ubi's AC screenshots are obviously touched up to give them an interesting visual quality. In the end, these screenshots are only meant to give us an idea of how the game looks in terms of settings, characters, and overall design... rather than graphics quality.
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BlackLabel Mar 3, 12
quote RabidChinaGirl
quote BlackLabel
Perhaps these are from the Wii U which is a more powerful system.
Nope. Refer to the images in the following links:

http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Games/Reviews/acb_360/

http://www.neoseeker.com/Articles/Games/Reviews/assassins_creed_revelations/

See the similarities? Ubi's AC screenshots are obviously touched up to give them an interesting visual quality. In the end, these screenshots are only meant to give us an idea of how the game looks in terms of settings, characters, and overall design... rather than graphics quality.
Ah that's rather interesting.. I didn't realise they had done this for previous games as well. I want the game in the screenshots.
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nnnddd101010 Mar 3, 12
BlackLabel Hopefully. I love it when devs like Rockstar and Naughty Dog make trailers out of in game footage...instead of making it look worse than CGI trailers, it really show how beautiful the games look.
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S-I-E Mar 4, 12
quote THM
I hope there will be no more lengthy climbings of towers, cathedral or unsually high buildings
during the civil war in america?
there's plenty of settlements to work with but i'm not so sure about cathedrals. did the early americans even arse to make those in a time like that? :/
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nnnddd101010 Mar 4, 12
S-I-E There were churchs everywhere, but I don't know about grand cathedrals... Something to note should be that the American colonists were almost all Protestant, not Roman Catholic.
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