Neoseeker : News : Assassin's Creed Unity needs more development time, delayed until early November
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DedValve Aug 29, 14
It wouldn't be asscreed without gamebreaking bugs.

That said I didn't encounter many bugs during Black Flag and that game was mighty fun, combat was jank as all hell so I'm hesitant to look at this one even if they claim to finally fix the janky, floaty combat.

Still, better to iron out those bugs than come out with another AC3 scenario.
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gordofredito Aug 29, 14
they probably just delayed it to add more dlc, or to dumb down the pc graphics for no apparent reason. Calling it
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Tommy Vercetti Aug 29, 14
Good. AC3 was a pile of shit. Pop ins everywhere! D:
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Dragoon Aug 30, 14
So that's Unity, Rogue and Tales of Hearts R out in the span of 3 days in the UK, followed swiftly by Pokemon OR/AS. My wallet is going to hate me come November.
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SPAZwazza Aug 30, 14
Seems like so many big games that were slated for October release are getting pushed back. If any of them actually DO make the initial release, at this rate they stand a good chance of having the market more or less to themselves. xD
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DedValve Aug 30, 14
quote gordofredito
they probably just delayed it to add more dlc, or to dumb down the pc graphics for no apparent reason. Calling it
How does delaying to add dlc make sense?
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Tommy Vercetti Aug 30, 14
quote DedValve
quote gordofredito
they probably just delayed it to add more dlc, or to dumb down the pc graphics for no apparent reason. Calling it
How does delaying to add dlc make sense?
So it can be on the disc, maaaaan.
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THM Aug 30, 14
I can see that they don't want to rush to promote the ass of CEOs...
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Ascii Aug 30, 14
I'm fine with games being delayed. It's a lot better than having a full game that feels like a beta test. ESO
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benji1122 Aug 31, 14
I'll probably not get it at launch anyway, but a delay is good, if its for the better of the game. If they can sort out any problems at that time, and release a "fully" finished game everyone will be happier. 2 weeks isn't that much anyway.
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Justplayingitcool Aug 31, 14
Of course it needs development time with Ubisoft's policy of making an ass Creed every year.
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Intoxication Sep 1, 14
ACIII totally puts me off AC4, and if this game turns out anything like ACIII, I think it'd put me of the series for good. However, this installment looks really promising and actually got me quite excited about the series again, so I personally don't mind the delay, if it means a better and polished game.
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Stitch Sep 2, 14
quote Intoxication
ACIII totally puts me off AC4, and if this game turns out anything like ACIII, I think it'd put me of the series for good.
After Ac3, I kinda lost interest in the Assassin's Creed Series, aswell.
But I recently purchased AC4, after someone was talking to me about it when he was playing it, I kinda wanted to try it out myself, and my PS4 could use some more games to use it, and man, I'm not dissapointed with this purchase, being a pirate is fun, upgrading and costumizing your ship, and the Caribbean setting sure makes a bit of a change from those cities, green blue water with blue skies, and jungle settings and small islands, in which sailing with your ship and going to shore goes seemingly, except for some mayor city locations that need seperate loading, and most of the game is sett on sea, but I love pirating and attacking and boarding other ships to steal their cargo and sell it for cash that you can then spend it on your ship to make it stronger, and even on your island, even though, spending it on your island is mostly pointless and waste of money.

Battle system is a bit the same like Ac3, with some minor changes, like you can't block brutes, and skilled swordsmen are a bit more quicktime to counter them by kicking them in their nuts to make them vunerable for a bit.

And I learned some more history of pirates, that's what I kinda like about these game series, they can learn you a bit of history. :3

It slightly made me interested in AC again, especially since with the modern story setting, they found a way to continue that after the dissapointed ending in Ac3 that kinda let me down.
But wasn't really interested in the next game, until I saw some gameplay of it, and seeing the assassin moving so fluently and all, and it's a next gen only game, I just gave in and might buy it afterall.

And I'm interested to learn a bit about the French Revelution, even though, Wikipedia probably helps too, but playing a game about it is much more entertaining.
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