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Daily News - 2nd May 2011 - Assassin's Creed, Ubisoft and MORE PSN News

Ubisoft Kick Off Next Assassin's Creed Games' Viral Marketing

You can see the start of the campaign by "Like"-ing Assassin's Creed on Facebook. Now, I'm not going to do that personally, because I happen to have the opinion that Assassin's Creed games are fucking terrible, but from what I understand it's a pretty garbled video that some people seem to think implies that the next Assassin's Creed game will be called Revelations and will star Altair. Personally, I couldn't care less. Good times!

SNOOZE!!!Sony Will Give You Playstation Plus For Free! (For 30 Days)

Getting a bit sick of posting about PSN but seeing as there's news about it every day I'm kinda forced to. So it seems like Sony are attempting to make ammends for the outage by giving everyone Playstation Plus for free for a month. It's the least they can do to be perfectly honest, Playstation Plus does get you some free games whilst you're on the service aswell so for 30 days every PSN user will get some free gaming. Got to look at the silver lining I guess!

Ubisoft To Open Up New Film Studio

Well, the world has been crying out for more video game themed films, so this should be great news! Who can forget amazing films based off such credible Ubisoft franchises as Prince Of Persia, and Far Cry, and... well, that's it to be honest. The good news is though that now you'll get to see all Ubisoft's other biggest franchises turned into tripple-A movie titles! Such great games as Assassin's Creed, Raving Rabbids, uh... Splinter Cell... Jesus, it's gonna be terrible.

To see exactly what we're probably in for, take a look at a video from MY personal favourite gaming website Giant Bomb, where they take a look at just how good the Far Cry movie was.


Reader Comments (1)

No bad :), it's I remember, to in the future ...

May 31, 2011 | Unregistered Commenterunangecyday

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