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Assassin's Creed is an award-winning historical science fiction third person action-adventure game series that as of 2011 consists of four main games and a number of supporting materials. The games have appeared on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable, iOS, HP webOS,[1] Android, Nokia Symbian and Windows Phone 7 platforms. The main games in the franchise were developed by Ubisoft Montreal, with the handheld titles developed by Gameloft and Gryptonite Studios, with additional development by Ubisoft Montreal. All games in the franchise are published by Ubisoft.

The main story arc of the series revolves around a bartender named Desmond Miles as he is captured by secret megacorporation Abstergo Industries. Using a machine known as the Animus, Desmond is forced to relive the memories of his ancestors, who were all Assassins, in order to recover artifacts, called the "Pieces of Eden," for Abstergo. While the original assassin ancestor of Desmond is Altaïr Ibn la-Ahad (Arabic for "Eagle, Son of None"), the most recent games feature another assassin from Florence, Italy named Ezio Auditore da Firenze. Assassination targets are mostly actual historical figures, although the timelines for their lives and causes of death have been changed to suit the games' plot (in-game these inaccuracies are attributed to the Templars rewriting history to cover up their actions, as well as honest mistakes on the part of historians).

The gameplay varies slightly from game to game, consisting of a mixture of third person adventure with a heavy emphasis on stealth in open world recreations of historical locales. The series has sold over 28 million units.

1 Games
2 Overview
3 Main series
3.1 Assassin's Creed
3.2 Assassin's Creed II
3.3 Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
3.4 Assassin's Creed: Revelations
4 Other games
4.1 Assassin's Creed: Altaïr's Chronicles
4.2 Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines
4.3 Assassin's Creed II: Discovery
4.4 Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy
4.5 Assassin's Creed: Lost Legacy
5 Future development
6 Other media
6.1 Assassin's Creed: Graphic Novel
6.2 Assassin's Creed Vol. 1: Desmond
6.3 Assassin's Creed Vol. 2: Aquilus
6.4 Assassin's Creed: Lineage
6.5 Assassin's Creed: Renaissance
6.6 Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
6.7 Assassin's Creed: The Secret Crusade
6.8 Assassin's Creed: The Fall
6.9 Assassin's Creed: Ascendance
6.10 Assassin's Creed: Embers
6.11 Assassin's Creed: Encyclopedia
7 Reception
8 References
9 External links

[edit] Games
Released Year Title Platform
PS3 360 Windows PSP NDS 3DS WP7 iOS webOS Android Facebook Mac OS X Symbian Wii U
Assassin's Creed - Crusades era
2007 Assassin's Creed Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No
2008 Assassin's Creed: Altaïr's Chronicles No No No No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes No
2009 Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines No No No Yes No No No No No No No No No No
Assassin's Creed II - Renaissance era
2009 Assassin's Creed II Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No No
2009 Assassin's Creed II: Discovery No No No No Yes No No Yes Yes No No No No No
2010 Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy No No No No No No No No No No Yes No No No
2010 Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No Yes No No
2011 Assassin's Creed: Revelations Yes Yes Yes No No No No No No No No No No No
[edit] Overview

Assassin's Creed series fictional chronology

The Fall
Graphic Novel
Altaïr's Chronicles
Assassin's Creed
Assassin's Creed II
Assassin's Creed II (continued)
Brotherhood (continued)

Amidst this strife, mega-corporation Abstergo has devised a plan to seize control of the minds and free will of every person on Earth. To achieve this goal, they must locate artifacts called "Pieces of Eden." Abstergo captures Desmond Miles, a bartender who as a child was an assassin trainee, to search his ancestors' memories stored in his DNA in order to find the Pieces of Eden. Desmond is forced to enter the Animus, a machine that allows for the viewing of such memories.
[edit] Main series
[edit] Assassin's Creed
Main article: Assassin's Creed (video game)

Altaïr's memories are solicited by Abstergo in their attempt to find the Piece of Eden. Altaïr, still in Jerusalem, ventures to Solomon's Temple to confront crusader Robert de Sable and retrieve the Piece of Eden for Al Mualim, head of the Assassins. Betraying many tenets of the Creed of the Assassins and failing his mission, Altaïr is demoted to a novice assassin upon return to the Assassin's Fortress. To redeem his previous status, Altaïr is sent by Al Mualim to assassinate nine targets in three different cities. With each kill, Altaïr learns there is a connection between his targets; they are all Templars united by Robert de Sable to take control of the Holy Land independently from the Saracens and Crusaders, although they all claim to pursue a noble goal.

After assassinating all nine targets and discovering that his ninth target was in fact a trap, Altaïr confronts Robert in front of King Richard I of England, leader of the Crusader army. Altaïr informs Richard that Robert is plotting to betray and kill him, which causes him to encourage a duel to the death between Altaïr and Robert. Richard then believes Altaïr. Upon dying, Robert confesses to Altaïr that they were not nine, but ten Templars conspiring to take the Piece of Eden. The tenth being Al Mualim, who wanted to keep the Piece of Eden for himself and therefore sent out Altaïr to kill the others. Back at the Fortress, where Al Mualim had taken over the minds of the people inside, Altaïr manages to defeat and kill him in a duel. The memory Abstergo was searching for, which located the Piece of Eden, reveals it is only just one of 28 that are scattered across the world.

Back in 2012, Abstergo sends a team to recover as many Pieces as possible. Deciding they do not need him any more, they give orders to kill Desmond. Lucy Stillman, an Abstergo employee who revealed to Desmond that she is an undercover Assassin, convinces them not to kill Desmond until they recover the Pieces, buying him time. Desmond is left alone in the Animus room, and by the use of Altaïr's Eagle Vision inherited from the 'bleeding effect' caused by the Animus, he sees many symbols drawn in blood on the wall in his room and on the floors of the lab.
[edit] Assassin's Creed II
Main article: Assassin's Creed II

Lucy returns and breaks Desmond out of Abstergo. He is brought to a hideout and introduced to her Assassin allies Shaun and Rebecca, as well as an updated version of the Animus. Knowing what is at stake, Desmond volunteers to enter the Animus again, and explore the memories of Ezio Auditore da Firenze, a young nobleman from 1476 in Florence, Republic of Florence. He hopes to gain Ezio's abilities through the Bleeding Effect so he can aid the Assassins.

Ezio's father and brothers are executed by the hand of Uberto Alberti, a corrupt official in league with the Templars. Ezio kills Uberto in revenge, and after fleeing with his mother and sister to their villa in the Tuscan countryside, he learns of his Assassin heritage and begins training under his uncle Mario. Ezio also befriends local inventor Leonardo da Vinci, who helps Ezio with his work by decoding an encrypted codex that contains Altaïr's memoirs, as well as plans for advanced assassin weaponry. As Ezio looks at them with Eagle Vision, the thirty codex pages come together to form a hidden map of the vaults across the world. Over the course of a decade Ezio assassinates the conspirators involved in his father's death, leaving Rodrigo Borgia, a nobleman and Templar who has retrieved the Apple of Eden and is the center of the conspiracy. Ezio and other Assassins reclaim the Apple of Eden, but Borgia flees. Ezio is formally inducted as an Assassin, and is told that he may be a prophet as described in the codex.

During the course of the game Desmond experiences a number of unusual occurrences. First he discovers strange glyphs apparently left by a previous test subject (Who died because the Abstergo staff left him in the Animus for too long), similar to the symbols seen at Abstergo, which hide a secret history of the world. He later dreams of appearing as Altaïr again, chasing after Maria, a Templar he had earlier spared, and then romanced her. Finally, several memories are skipped, throwing the timeline forward by more than a decade to the Vatican, where Borgia now resides as Pope Alexander VI. The "skipped" memories are available as downloadable content, and deal with the Battle of Forlì and the Bonfire of the Vanities.

Borgia is now the Pope and has in his possession the Papal Staff, another Piece of Eden. He attempts to use it to enter a vault that the prophet as described in the codex must enter. Ezio intercepts Borgia, but spares his life, and enters the vault himself. He encounters the hologram of a woman, who claims to be once known as Minerva, and who also claims to come from a civilization whose members were also seen in the same light by ancient peoples. Minerva tells of a great disaster that had befallen and destroyed her civilization, and warns that it will occur again soon. Talking directly to Desmond, she tells him "The rest is up to you," leaving Ezio extremely confused.

Desmond is pulled out of the Animus as Abstergo has located their hideout. He, Lucy and the rest of the team manage to flee to safety, and soon prepare to return Desmond to the Animus to search for clues that may help them.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is the title for the previously code-named "Episodes". It is not Assassin's Creed 3 as it is based on the same engine as Assassin's Creed 2. The game was announced by Ubisoft and was released on November 16 (USA) and November 19 (UK), 2010.[2] The game is a continuation of Ezio Auditore's story, the Assassin's Creed II protagonist, as he returns to the city of Monteriggioni. The day before his sister's surprise birthday party for him he spends the night with Caterina Sforza, waking up armourless to find the city besieged by Cesare Borgia. Ezio joins the attempt to fight off Cesare's troops but during the raid his uncle Mario is killed by Cesare, who then steals the Apple of Eden, leaving Ezio to escape the city without him. Ezio, wanting to exact justice, and retrieve the Apple, travels to Rome in order to liberate its people from the influence of the Borgia family. In order to do so, Ezio recruits new assassins, as well as forming alliances between the various factions of the Roman underground. There are several times that Ezio goes to the Castel Sant'Angelo to assassinate Cesare and Rodrigo Borgia but they escape. When Ezio comes back to the Castel, he sees Cesare kill Rodrigo by forcing him to eat a poisoned apple, an apple which Rodrigo himself had poisoned in an attempt to kill Cesare. Ezio chases Cesare to the Apple of Eden and manages to claim it, and uses the Apple to kill many of Cesare's men. Cesare is arrested but he says that no man can kill him and chains won't hold him for long. Cesare then escapes to Spain and Ezio goes to Viana. After killing Cesare's men he fights Cesare and defeats him, throwing him off the ledge and leaving his life in the hands of fate.

For the first time in the series, the game features online multiplayer. Players play as Abstergo employees, who, through the use of the Animus, take on the genetic memories of Renaissance Templars in various game modes.[3]
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Revelations

Assassin's Creed: Revelations is an upcoming video game in the Assassin's Creed franchise to be developed and published by Ubisoft. Throughout the course of the game, the three protagonists from the previous games will be featured: Altaïr, Ezio and Desmond. The game is set to be released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 15 November 2011. A trailer was released at E3 2011 [4] displaying Ezio in his older years, along with a video demo of the game play. [5] Ezio will be searching to find out more about the origins of the Assassin Order and connections to Altaïr's past. The game will be set in Ottoman-era Constantinople (modern day Istanbul).
[edit] Other games
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Altaïr's Chronicles
Main article: Assassin's Creed: Altaïr's Chronicles

Altaïr ibn La-Ahad, a medieval assassin (see assassins), is sent on a mission from the Order of Assassins to retrieve a Chalice from the grasps of both the Crusaders and the Saracens. Altaïr quests to find three different magic keys then travels to Jerusalem to face the head of the Knights Templar, Basilisk. Upon arriving, he learns that the Chalice is not an object, but a woman named Adha who reveals that Altaïr has been deceived by an assassin named Harash, who is now a double-agent for the Templars. After killing both Harash and Basilisk, Altaïr attempts to save a kidnapped Adha from captivity but is too late. The game ends with a captured Adha sailing away and Altaïr left in Jerusalem.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines
Main article: Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines

Altaïr has traveled to Cyprus from the Holy Land in order to assassinate the last remnants of the Templars. Here Altaïr again meets Maria and they travel together to kill the remaining Templars and learn more about the "Apple of Eden" and the mysterious Templar Archive where more of the artifacts are believed to be hidden. Altaïr manages to kill the new Templar Grand Master, Armand Bouchart, and his followers, but the Archive's contents is discovered to have already been taken from Cyprus.
[edit] Assassin's Creed II: Discovery
Main article: Assassin's Creed II: Discovery

After losing the Apple of Eden to Girolamo Savonarola, Ezio is told to meet Antonio, his fellow Assassin. When doing so, Ezio finds Antonio with another man named Luis Santangel, who asks Ezio to rescue his friend Christoffa Corombo from a presumed Templar trap set up by Rodrigo Borgia. Ezio rescues Christoffa from this trap, and is informed that Assassins in Spain are captured and executed by Tomas Torquemada. Ezio, who feels that it is his duty to rescue the Assassins, sets out for Spain to fight back against the Spanish Inquisition. Along the way, Ezio finds out that Torquemada was ordered to commit these actions by Rodrigo Borgia, who leads Torquemada to believe that God desired it so. Ezio also finds out that his close allies, Luis Santangel and Raphael Sanchez, are in fact Assassins themselves. When finally confronting Torquemada, Ezio chooses not to kill him thinking that Torquemada is merely misled by Borgia and not a Templar himself. Ezio then returns to Italy to continue his search for the Apple of Eden.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy

Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy is a single-player browser role-playing game Facebook application, designed as a promotion, and tie-in for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. The game is mostly text-based, but includes graphics and sound as well as some video.

Players are test subjects for Abstergo Industries who relive the lives of other test subject's ancestors through the DDS (Data Dump Scanner) as opposed to the Animus. These ancestors are Assassins.

The first mission pack is titled "Italian Wars," and is divided into four chapters. Chapter 1 focuses on Bartolomeo d'Alviano during the Battle of Agnadello. Chapter 2 focuses on Francesco Vecellio on a mission to kill Niccolò di Pitigliano (cousin of Bartolomeo d'Alviano). Chapter 3 focuses on Mario Auditore and the protection of Monteriggioni. Chapter 4 focuses on Perotto Calderon, an undercover assassin who watches over Lucrezia Borgia, with whom he falls in love.

The second mission pack, entitled "Rome," was released November 16, 2010. The first chapter takes place between 1497 and 1503, and deals with the ex-courtesan, Fiora Cavazza. It deals with Fiora's involvement in recruiting an army for the Borgia, and her subsequent betrayal. Chapter 2 takes place in 1503, and involves Giovanni Borgia, fleeing his family and eventually joining the assassins. Chapter 3 involves Francesco Vecellio, and his training to be an assassin under Ezio Auditore. Chapter 4 again focuses on Giovanni Borgia, now an Assassin and joining Hernán Cortes on his journey to Tenochtitlan to acquire a "Piece of Eden," one of the Crystal Skulls. Giovanni brought it to Bombastus for study, resulting in the discovery of the formula for the Philosopher's stone.

The third mission pack, entitled "Holidays," and its first Chapter called Ghosts of Christmas Past were released on December 21, 2010 with further missions to be released in 2011. The first chapter takes places at various places in history, it takes place in the World War I Christmas Truce, with the Beagle 2 truth, the return of Charles II back to England and Shroud of Turin

An upcoming 4th story pack, "The Divine Science Story Pack" is coming soon to the game. Also, an updated User Interface, referred to as the "DDS 2.0" is also coming soon, with enhancements and an easier way of choosing mission packs & crafting equipment.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Lost Legacy

Assassin's Creed: Lost Legacy originally would see Ezio Travel to Masyaf however the concept evolved into what would become Assassin's Creed: Revelations, and the 3DS title was announced as canceled on July 15th, 2011.[6]
[edit] Future development

Assassin's Creed is a flagship product for Ubisoft. Some Ubisoft Montreal's developers stated in their interviews that Assassin's Creed III will be released eventually. The game will introduce a new character in an entirely new setting.[7] There has been much speculation about possible settings of this game. Corey May stated that Assassin's Creed III will not take place during World War II.[8] No other official information has been yet announced. Jean-Francois Boivin of Ubisoft stated that each numbered title in the series will introduce a new lead character and a new setting.[7] Patrice Désilets, former series' creative director, said that the series has always been planned as a trilogy. He also commented on the story of Assassin's Creed III, saying that it will focus on Assassins' quest to prevent the end of the world in 2012 and their race against time to find temples built by "Those Who came Before." Desmond will have to search for clues on locations of these temples by exploring memories of his other ancestors. [9] Asked about future of the series, Sébastien Puel from Ubisoft said that "[...] we could do 35 of these [Assassin's Creed games]."

There is currently one new confirmed game in development: Assassin's Creed: Revelations for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows for a November 15 2011 release.[10]

Nintendo also confirmed at their E3 2011 keynote that its newest home console, the Wii U, will also have a game of the franchise, but did not confirm it will be a new title or a port to an existing one.[11]
[edit] Other media

Ubisoft expanded Assassin's Creed franchise to other media, including films, comic books and novels.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Graphic Novel

In the limited edition of Assassin's Creed, a 16-page graphic novel was included, that showed two side-stories of Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad and Desmond Miles. The novel was also distributed to EB Games store managers in 2007 to promote the game. The story serves as a prelude to the first Assassin's Creed game and is narrated simultaneously by both characters. In it, the novel covers Desmond's escape from Abstergo in the year 2012 and also one of Altaïr's assassination missions in the year 1191. The start of the novel involves the introduction of the two characters with Altaïr calling himself a hunter, while Desmond is a prisoner. Although initially they describe themselves otherwise, by the end of the novel they both re-introduce themselves as assassins.
[edit] Assassin's Creed Vol. 1: Desmond

Assassin's Creed Volume 1: Desmond is a French-language graphic novel written by Eric Corbeyran and drawn by Djilalli Defaux. It has been only released in France and Canada. The comic book was published on 13 November 2009, a few days before Assassin's Creed II was released.[12] The story is a retelling of events from Assassin's Creed and the beginning of Assassin's Creed II, mostly from Desmond's modern perspective, for example it's revealed that Lucy helped the Templars to kidnap Desmond. It also features Subject 16 (referred to as Michael) and a Roman assassin named Aquilus. However, events in the comic book are different from what happens in the game. It is said Subject 16 is alive and there's no mention of Shaun or Rebecca.[13]
[edit] Assassin's Creed Vol. 2: Aquilus

Assassin's Creed Volume 2: Aquilus is a French-language graphic novel written by Eric Corbeyran and drawn by Djilalli Defaux. The story opens with a young Desmond recalling his conversation with his father. He wakes up and has a conversation with Lucy. After meeting Rebecca, Shaun and other assassins, they get into a truck and drive to Monteriggioni.

In the meantime, Desmond relives memories of Aquilus through the animus after his apparent death in the first volume. The Roman assassin is rescued by his cousin, Accipiter, and is tasked with a quest to save Lugdunum. He meets with his father and discovers an artifact of the first civilization: an ankh which can temporarily revive the dead. The mysterious object is then stolen by a Templar senator, Vultur, who kills Aquilus' father.

The modern day story continues as Assassins fight Abstergo agents when they're ambushed on the road. Later, it is revealed that there's a traitor among in the Assassins' truck, and Desmond deals with the situation. The group finally arrives in Monteriggioni and at the end, it's hinted that the ankh artifact might be hidden within the town's walls.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Lineage
Main article: Assassin's Creed: Lineage

Assassin's Creed: Lineage is a 36-minute film serving as a prequel to Assassin's Creed II. The film, released in three parts on YouTube, promoted the game and is the first attempt for Ubisoft to make its first step in the film industry. It is about the story of Giovanni Auditore, Ezio's father, who investigates the mysterious assassination of Duke of Milan Galeazzo Maria Sforza and first learns about Rodrigo Borgia's conspiracy.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Renaissance
Main article: Assassin's Creed: Renaissance

Assassin's Creed: Renaissance is a novel based on the Assassin's Creed series written by Oliver Bowden and published by Penguin Books. It is a novelised version of the game Assassin's Creed II; however, rather than spanning a vast period of time, it is set only in the 15th century with no mention of the game's present-day events.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
Main article: Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (novel)

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood is a continuation of the Assassin's Creed series written by Oliver Bowden and published by Penguin Books. It is a novelised version of the game Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood just like its previous book. Also, it does not contain any of the game's present-day events including Desmond, only a reference to a "phantom" by Ezio.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: The Secret Crusade
Main article: Assassin's Creed: The Secret Crusade

Assassin's Creed: The Secret Crusade is the third Assassin's Creed book by Oliver Bowden and published by Penguin Books. The story is told by Niccolo Polo, father of Marco Polo, and is about the life of Altaïr ibn la-Ahad. It was released on 20 June 2011. [14]
[edit] Assassin's Creed: The Fall
Main article: Assassin's Creed: The Fall

In July 2010, Ubisoft announced a three-part comic book mini-series set in the world of Assassin's Creed as a part of their UbiWorkshop initiative.[15] Ubisoft has hired illustrators Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl, both winners of multiple comic book awards.[16] The first issue of the series was released on 10 November 2010, the second part on 1 December 2010. It was published by WildStorm.[17] The comic takes place in 1908 and 1998 set in Russia and United States. It follows Nikolai Orelev and his descendant Daniel Cross, a recovering alcoholic experiencing the bleeding effect in a therapist's office.
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Ascendance

Ascendance is an animated short by UbiWorkshop and Ubisoft Montreal, which gaps the story between Assassin's Creed II and Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood. It tells the backstory of Cesare Borgia's rise to power. The animated short was released on November 16, 2010. The short story takes place in the middle of the events of Brotherhood as Ezio Auditore sits and gathers information about Cesare Borgia, from a hooded man who is later found to be Leonardo da Vinci. It's available for purchase on Xbox Live, PlayStation Store and iTunes Store.[18]
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Embers

Embers is an animated short film created by UbiWorkshop. The film will be included as a bonus in Signature and collector's editions of Assassin's Creed: Revelations. UbiWorkShop released a teaser trailer on 21 July 2011, which was featured at Comic-Con 2011. The Embers trailer shows an older Ezio with his family. He fears someone is trying to get him.[19][20]
[edit] Assassin's Creed: Encyclopedia

UbiWorkshop will be releasing an encyclopedia of the Assassin's Creed series in 2011. Initially intended as an art book, the project gathered so much material that the company decided to expand it into an encyclopedia. It will still feature works of artists, such as Craig Mullins, Tavis Coburn, 123Klan, Gabz and James NG. Artists were given creative freedom, as they were able to create a unique Assassin from the period of their choosing. The art book contains a "carte blanche" section, which is going to contain fan-submitted artwork.[21][22]
[edit] Reception
Aggregate review scores
As of June 19, 2011. Game GameRankings Metacritic
Assassin's Creed (X360) 82.51%[23]
(PC) 79.17%[24]
(PS3) 78.82%[25] (X360) 81[26]
(PS3) 81[27]
(PC) 79[28]
Assassin's Creed: Altaïr's Chronicles (NDS) 58.60%[29] (NDS) 58[30]
Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines (PSP) 63.63%[31] (PSP) 63[32]
Assassin's Creed II (X360) 90.49%[33]
(PS3) 90.47%[34]
(PC) 83.50%[35] (PS3) 91[36]
(X360) 90[37]
(PC) 86[38]
Assassin's Creed II: Discovery (NDS) 71.46%[39] (NDS) 69[40]
Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (X360) 90.59%[41]
(PS3) 90.06%[42]
(PC) 88.40%[43] (PS3) 90[44]
(X360) 89[45]
(PC) 88[46]
Assassin's Creed: Revelations (PC) -[47]
(PS3) -[48]
(X360) -[49] (PC) -[50]
(PS3) -[51]
(X360) -[52]
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The Assassin's Creed games have received overwhelming popularity with the general public, and has garnered widespread universal acclaim from critics. The series has also been financially successful, with the first and second games both selling over 8 million copies to date. In February 2011, Ubisoft announced that Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood has shipped 6.5 million copies.[53] As of May 2011, the first three main games have sold over 28 million copies worldwide.[54]
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prea molt...citesc atata in 2 ore =)) (^_^)
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Lam citit siti ia 2 ore si 10 min pa bune da am citit si mai in lene si incet
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