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Assassin’s Creed

  1. One Animated Woman: American Ninja Warrior Champion Takes on Assassin’s Creed Obstacle Course At SDCC

    Go ninja, go ninja, go!

    Shhh, nobody tell Ubisoft.

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  2. Ubisoft Lacks Resources to Animate Women, but Hires a Parkour Expert for Assassin’s Creed

    #ParkourIsTooHardToAnimate?

    Yes, you read that right. The same studio that claimed it would have been too much work to animate female playable characters in Assassin's Creed Unity just hired a guy to enhance the authenticity of the way the game's characters move.

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  3. Cosplayers Recreate “Women Are Too Hard to Animate” Quote at GaymerX

    Boobs are googly, right?

    Hopefully these two cosplayers Anita Sarkeesian found at GaymerX—that's the LGBTQ fan-centric game convention that just wrapped up its second-ever annual event this weekend in San Francisco—will start a nationwide trend of dressing up as the dumb things content creators say about their (lack of) female representation. Now, could someone could loan me a couple of Barbie dolls and a set of prosthetic gills? I have an idea I want to try out at the next con.

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  4. Ubisoft Blames Lack of Female PCs in Assassin’s Creed on “Reality of Production”

    Today in things that make us scream incoherently

    Readers, meet Charlotte Corday. She was born in 1768, and at the age of twenty-five was executed by guillo

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  5. The Honest Trailer For Assassin’s Creed 4 Is Just Too Real, Man

    Yarrrr this pile of hay is not sufficient enough to cushion my fall, yarr.

    So apparently lots of people loved Assassin's Creed 4: Pirate Booty, which is cool, but there's no denying the game has some issues. Smosh Games has released their latest Honest Trailer about our fave not-assassin-assassin-pirate, and it really hits the mark. Please enjoy Ass-ass-in's Creed 4: I'm on a boat.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Happy National Siblings Day From Game of Thrones

    Whoever runs Game of Thrones' official Twitter account deserves a raise.

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  7. The Scarlet Pimpernel and What Superheroes Owe to Baroness Emma Orczy

    The Escapist : The Big Picture : Scarlet Unity - What Assassin's Creed and Batman Have in Common
    You'd think after discovering that Alexandre Dumas was multiracial years ago, I'd have learned to assume less about the writers of historical adventure novels, but I had no idea that The Scarlet Pimpernel was written by a woman. Or narrated by a woman! They left that out of the Broadway show and illustrated book retelling of the Looney Tunes adaptation that were, uh, my only experiences of the story as a kid. Here's to reading the original! Previously in Badass Women in History

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Grumpy Cat As Black Widow

    Things We Saw Today

    Also available in NerdMashup's Etsy store, Grumpy Cat as Captain America, Nick Fury, Thor, Wonder Woman, Batman, and more. (via @Deensey)

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  9. Assassin’s Creed: Checkmate Imagines Edward Kenway As A Guy Ritchie Protagonist [Video]

    If only time actually worked like that. We would all be way less awkward as people.

    Hands down, the best parts of all the Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes movies is when Robert Downey Jr.'s Holmes has to decide the best way to kick somebody's teeth in using hyper-fast mental calculations -- which sounds like a trick that a member of the Assassins would totally know how to do. So Machinima gave us Connor Kenway doing just that.

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  10. The First Assassin’s Creed Game With a Female Protagonist is Coming to a Console Near You

    Just What You've Always Wanted

    It was just a few months ago that we were talking about the main character of Assassin's Creed Liberation arriving on consoles for the first time. Aveline de Grandpré, the biracial French-African child of a plaçage marriage in 1700's New Orleans, was announced as the star of an hour long DLC pack available with the PS3 version of Assassin's Creed IV: Pirates Black Flag. But now, the Liberation team has revealed that on the back of strong fan support for the handheld version of the title, they've been able to complete a new feature-packed version of the game that will ship to Xbox, Playstation, and PC early next year.

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