Neoseeker : News : Assassin's Creed 3 continues series trend of making victims real people
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oni_hero May 4, 12
I like that they are sticking with the historical slightly accurate thing, but if they want to kill someone that didn't actually die I would be ok with that.
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RabidChinaGirl May 4, 12
I don't think the Templars as a whole are evil. Their goals have a shade of good intent, even if their means are incredibly questionable.

The Assassins themselves, while representing a dogma based around free will, have always employed murder and deceit to fulfill her goals.

To us as outside observers, the latter seems to be the "good" side, but I can see how characters in that world might not think so.
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john steiner May 5, 12
awesome game frank
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Shidoshi May 5, 12
It's a game. It's for fun. Even set in historical times, it's a fictional story - and from what I've seen recently, there are plenty of villains in America. Have at it.
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donthaveaclue May 6, 12
Yeah it really is epic that you keep it like that coz I've played all the Assassin's Creed games so far and I have and will always remember it for being very accurate and realistic. A big thumbs up from my side!
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Maria Jun 4, 12
I don't know about people in this period being modern people's great-grand parents. My great grandfather grew up in the early part of the 20th century, and I grew up in the late part of the same century. If you go by the technical term of a generation lasting 20 years, that's a whole 11 generations. I know of an ancestor or two of mine from that era, specifically Peter Parker (yes, I know, awesome name) who was a member of the Virginia house of Burgess during the revolution. But it's not like I knew him personally, or would be offended if I found out he wasn't a very nice person. In fact, that branch of the family owned slaves between then and now. A bit of an unpleasant shock to find the records, but doesn't make me angry. It's just history.
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