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Scallywags! Assassin’s Creed Rogue Announced For PC

By Alice O'Connor on October 14th, 2014.

Stabbow!

Oh, who even pretends to understand the whims and fancies of Ubisoft any more? By now, I assume their marketing plans follow prophecies and visions that CEO Yves Guillemot receives from a golden space apple alien holodeck cybergene memoryspine. There he is, in his office, rotating painting slices, sliding blocks, guessing passwords, until it finally clicks and summons a Roman space god.

“Don’t announce a PC version of Assassin’s Creed Rogue,” Jupiter commands. “Not at first. No, wait two months then casually mention it when you release some trailer or other.” Done and done!

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Revitalised: Assassin’s Creed – Liberation Coming To PC

By Adam Smith on September 10th, 2013.

Of all the things that my PC needs right now, another Assassin’s Creed game is somewhere near the bottom of the list, right near the Bing Toolbar, the Bing Desktop and Bing. I enjoyed the second game, playing it as a bonkers historical tourism simulator, but I didn’t find the time or the energy to trot through the entire thing. Even people who liked playing II three times didn’t tend to like playing III once, so I ignored that one. Black Flag did catch the outermost tendrils of my interest when a man appeared to punch a shark in one of the trailers, but there will probably be a hundred hours of not shark-punching. That’s a lot of Ass Creed and there’s more to come. Liberation, a Vita spin-off, will be coming to PC in a highly defined version.

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