Discussion in 'Games' started by Jelle Mees, Apr 13, 2008.
Oh..yeah...your laptop wont run it very well, that's correct lol
It was developed from the ground up for consoles. It was ported to the PC so it is a port. It's the same as Halo, Grand Theft Auto series, etc. Came out 6 months ago for the Xbox 360 and PS3.
The thing with ported games is that they usually have issues on the PC.
I heard it was pretty much the same bar a few extra levels dont no how true that is tho.
Thanks for the Sundance Film Festival best of show!LOL Very good video.
I think you can change the volume of the voices in
open that and change the NB_AUDIBLE_VOICES i think!
Here you can view a high-quality youtube video:
i got better frames in xp, it was more playable then vista.
I like how they knock you off the building but you fall right into the hay.
because the game is a console port, its locked to widescreen (16:9) ratio.
That means unless you're using a HDTV, you will have bars.
The game has extra bonus levels after you complete teh game - havent seen them yet, but i noticed them there in the animus.
Game runs fun for me maxed out with 'level 1' AA inDX10 at 1360x768 - looks good.
There are two versions.
The original one:
Album: Artist classical 2008
Composer Karl Jenkins
Length: 3 minutes 58 seconds
The Trance version:
Artist: Mauro Picotto
Album: ID&T Top 500
Length: 3 minutes 31 seconds
Played it on the 360 loved the game. Didn't mind the repetitiveness. And the 2 end bosses are a pain in the ass. For the one where you fight the templars i just ran around in circles and they followed me, in circles, until my health came back up then i fought until my health went to 1 and began to run in circles again until i got my health back up...took me 20 min...but i felt accomplished none the less. Hope there is a modern day sequel...
mine keeps crashing... updated to latest Nvidia drivers and now its just a crash to desktop, but its rather annoying.
curious, is movement similar to how Splinter Cell for PC was done? I thought that was a great port adaptation.
Anyhow, I've been considering picking up AC, but might wait for the price to drop some
I was just wondering if AC used the same type of movement control as SC.
I was curious, cause not all ported games are revamped in such an easy to control manner, y'know? If in-game control was horrible, I prob wouldn't even consider picking up a copy.
Controlls are fine. But it's best to use all your mouse buttons and not the keyboard...
i use the xbox 360 control, but that's me
Another excellent video man sweet as
Picked this game up today. It kicks ass, I am very glad that I got it. I don't care about small flaws like cutscene shadows, the core gameplay rocks.
but 40 bucks i've spent, excellent game i don't regret it at all truly one of the best games i've played in a long time
its got the story, game play, and the graphics, definitely one of those games to buy, even if you have the special demo
Agreed 100%. I think that Crysis and Bioshock still win the GOTY, but this is still a close third. I cant seem to put the game down......
Lol and id be happy just to play it accordin to minimum specs my lappy wont even run it.
If you can play Medal of Honor Airborn, then you can play Assasins Creed.
I played both games on maximum settings on 2048x1536. Medal of honor had higher framerates, but Assasins Creed does not require 50-60fps for smooth gameplay.
The game runs pretty smooth in the 20FPS area surprisingly.
Really? I get 35fps while riding a horse and it doesn't look really smooth. If you have 20fps then riding a horse must be really choppy, no?
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