:lol: Yeah.I assume you'll play as Desmond. I just hope they don't make it ultra-modern, because then it'll just be Splinter Cell.
Ton of problems with that, though. While the sword fighting styles in the middle east in AC1 and in Italy in AC2 were similar to fencing in that a single sword fight can take a long time, Japanese sword fights are designed to kill the person in a single strike (very little blocking), oftentimes on the draw.Feudal Japan would be fucking SWEET.
I can think of a bazillion games. The oldest I can think of are from the NES such as Samurai Showdown, Time Commando, and so on.What games have been in Feudel Japan? I know obvious stuff like Dynasty Warriors, and Genji but aside from those I can't really think of anything :shrug: I think Japan would be awesome to do a stealth game in
And they've been referring to Assassin's Creed as a trilogy, so it would suck if you never got to fight with Desmond in the present and see how the millenia of conspiracy came to a head.Also, I'd be shocked if we didn't have some Desmond action going on in this next game, given how we were playing him more often in AC2. Plus, the animus stuff has been being used as a training program...
InFamous is awesome. One of the best games on the PS3. :yesway: I'd give it a 9.4 out of 10.0. I've played through the game from beginning to end three times now.Argh, I'm pissed at Infamous right now. I bought it with Red Dead Redemption because it's cheap now and got rave reviews. I can't figure out why people liked it so much. The controls are clunky, the story is lame, the voice actors are comically cheesy, running around the city feels a lot less sandboxy than it probably should, and the gameplay doesn't even start to feel entertaining until you unlock a lot of new abilities. I was placated by how awesome RDR has been, but despite taking my time and dragging it out as long as I could within reason, I'm pretty close to the end, I think.