bill-swift - June 14, 2012
Assassin's Creed III lands this fall and it's shown no signs of slowing down after exploding at E3 2011 and carrying that momentum through this year's show. The character, the action, the art style and the setting have all come together to make this one of the most anticipated action games of the fall. With the game spanning the 30 years before 1783 (when the British acknowledged American independence), AC3 has a very strong chance of actually teaching American youth more about American history than your average 11th grade teacher. Not suggesting that 16-year-olds should ditch school and play Assassin's Creed III, because we keep seeing the effects of under-education with every hour of reality television produced. We're just hoping something like an historically accurate game might shake a few wires into place and lead to something useful.
Check the trailer and see how scalping redcoats was a thing that actually happened and lead indirectly to Al Gore inventing this here internet that you're using.
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