A professor teaching a class this semester that frequently meets in the CVGA has been making good use of our Assassin's Creed games in his class, so we've decided to fill in our collection, purchasing some Assassin's Creed titles that haven't been as highly requested in the CVGA, but still add to the series.
"Within the tumult and rage of the French and Indian War, Shay Patrick Cormac, a bold young man and part of the Assassin Brotherhood, undergoes a dark transformation that forever alters the future of the colonies. As Shay, you feel the steady transformation from Assassin to Assassin hunter and utilize your myriad skills to avenge those you once called brothers"--www.metacritic.com.
Assassin's Creed Chronicles, (includes India, China and Russia)
"Follow three legendary assassins in their journeys of revenge, retribution and redemption in a stunning reimagining of the Assassin's Creed universe. Slay from the shadows, master the art of parkour, and take the leap of faith in this series of action-adventure platform games presented as a collection of spectacular living paintings. Assassin's creed chronicles takes players to three distinct civilizations and periods throughout history including the Ming dynasty at the start of its downfall, the Sikh Empire as it prepares for war in India, and the aftermath of the Red October revolution. 3 unique episodes: each with a distinct hero, art style and setting. Master different combat styles: each assassin is equipped with powerful weapons and distinct gadgets, providing a wide range of abilities in your arsenal. Stealth in a new dimension: experience the thrill of being a Master Assassin in 2.5D. Fast and fluid assault course: scout, sneak and hide to avoid detection. Find your target, kill and escape"--www.gamestop.com.
"It has been one month since the death of Altair's master, Al Mualim -- a once-feared Assassin who was actually a clandestine member of the Knights Templar. Now the remaining Templars are scrambling to recover what Al Mualim once possessed: the mysterious Apple of Eden, a powerful piece of ancient technology endowed with the ability to control the minds of men"--Page 3.
Travel to 15th-century Spain during the inquisition to rescue fellow assassins and uncover a templar plot to discover the new world.
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