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Old 12-07-2012, 06:00 AM   #826
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I can't liberate Dobby's section of New York. It's some kind of bug. Every time I bribe a taxman to keep away from houses, it doesn't register and I'm perpetually stuck at 2/3 taxmen bribed.
I had the same problem. Then I finished the game, and I kept wandering in the north section, until I found a taxman again. Then I killed him, and it worked.

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Old 12-07-2012, 10:05 AM   #827
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this was just put up

Don't load Assassin's Creed 3 while Hidden Secrets DLC is downloading

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Downloading the Hidden Secrets DLC pack for Assassin's Creed 3 caused "a very small number of players" to lose their save data, Ubisoft wrote on its forums. One player began a thread describing the issue and a few others joined in to share their own tales of woe. Ubisoft responded with the following message:

"Just a quick heads up, we're able to reproduce this issue at the studio and are working on a fix/workaround. From what we can tell, this problem seems to be rare and should generally only affect a very small number of players. That said, we're taking the speedy and complete resolution of this very seriously."

Barring a complete fix, Ubisoft offered a tip to avoid the glitch:

"Do not load your saved AC3 game while the DLC is downloading in the background. This appears to be the key trigger for this bug. You can do anything else you want to do, just don't load up your saved game and play it while the DLC is downloading."

Hidden Secrets launched for Assassin's Creed 3 Season Pass holders on December 4 and drops for the public on December 11.
So it'll be fixed soon. other wise if you haven't come into this problem yet, just fallow their instructions.


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Old 12-07-2012, 06:32 PM   #828
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i got a question about the game, if i haven't played any of the ac games befor would i get the story in ac3 ?

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Old 12-07-2012, 08:33 PM   #829
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I had the same problem. Then I finished the game, and I kept wandering in the north section, until I found a taxman again. Then I killed him, and it worked.
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i got a question about the game, if i haven't played any of the ac games befor would i get the story in ac3 ?
Yes and no. The present day stuff wouldn't make any sense. But the story that takes place in the 1700's is a fresh start, so you wouldn't be confused with Connor's story.

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Old 12-08-2012, 05:37 AM   #830
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i got a question about the game, if i haven't played any of the ac games befor would i get the story in ac3 ?
What dude love said, except there is video at the beginning of the game that sums up what happened in the present day stuff.

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Old 12-08-2012, 11:10 PM   #831
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What dude love said, except there is video at the beginning of the game that sums up what happened in the present day stuff.
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How didn't I think of that!

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source: GI

Again it's rumur though. So take that with a grain of salt.

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Old 12-09-2012, 06:34 PM   #833
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Brazil? :/

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Old 12-09-2012, 07:07 PM   #834
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I'd kind of like Depression era Chicago. It would be a fairly unique setting (which the producers aspire for) and it could explore it in an entirely unique way.

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Old 12-09-2012, 08:38 PM   #835
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Brazil? :/
Makes me think they are going with a full present day game, which makes sense. i can't think of anything historically from Brasil that could fit with the AC universe.

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Old 12-09-2012, 08:40 PM   #836
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I'd kind of like Depression era Chicago. It would be a fairly unique setting (which the producers aspire for) and it could explore it in an entirely unique way.
I don't see that happening. All I can imagine is a mix between LA Noire and Mafia in terms of visuals When I think about that.

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Old 12-09-2012, 09:21 PM   #837
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paraguayan War in 1864-1870 was a pretty bloody war that could fit in well into the Assassin's creed universe. There is also a lot of mystery surrounding what started the war they only know it happened.

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  • The Next Assassin's Creed May Be Heading To Brazil

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    Ubisoft Brazil managing director Bertrand Chaverot told Portuguese-language tech website Techtudo that the next entry in the Assassin's Creed series will take place in Brazil.
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Again it's rumur though. So take that with a grain of salt.
Doesn't really say that at all. Gameinformer badly missed the mark on this.

What the Brazilian site *does* say is that Ubisoft is doing a lot of apologizing to Brazilians over the Sao Paulo mission in AC3, which apparently offended and insulted a lot of them over stereotyping and mischaracterization of the country and people.

The article goes on to say

"The Director of Ubisoft Brazil also reached to comment that the company has mapped out some data to develop a plot based on the history of the country, but nothing has been decided yet. We hope that these errors will not be repeated on this possible new saga."

Not the same thing as saying that the next installment will be set in Brazil.

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Old 12-09-2012, 11:15 PM   #839
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yeah well the articles writer did say he took it from games spot. Looks like he'll have to write a retraction now. If he ever finds out .

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Old 12-10-2012, 10:16 AM   #840
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I don't see that happening. All I can imagine is a mix between LA Noire and Mafia in terms of visuals When I think about that.
I am only half way through AC2, but it kind of fits. There were several assassins in prohibition era Chicago. They worked as mob enforcers, but they were essentially hitmen/assassins. Plus, in a way, the bootleggers vs the Prohibition agents kind of feels at home with the whole chaos vs order themes of the assassins and templars.

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I wouldnt want to play as a mob enforcer though

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I think if done properly, it could work well. You'd have to integrate it as Prohibition being a result of the Templar's attempt to oppress. The main character wouldn't necessarily be a mob enforcer but rather an assassin who is working with the Torrio/Capone syndicate to fight the Templars (who are pulling the strings of the government/prohibition agents). It would show a unique perspective into the world of AC where the Assassin's attempts to fight the Templars can have unintended and sometimes negative effects (the rise of Capone).

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Old 12-10-2012, 12:51 PM   #843
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My ideal assassin creed locals and time periods is victorian London near the turn of the 20th century, near the birth of communis
in Russia, world war I, world war II, any point during the cold war but the bay of pigs is a good time to be around.

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Old 12-13-2012, 12:33 AM   #844
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Has anyone read the Aquilius and Accipiter comics? They're on their way to my house from Amazon.

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Old 12-13-2012, 02:33 PM   #845
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I think if done properly, it could work well. You'd have to integrate it as Prohibition being a result of the Templar's attempt to oppress. The main character wouldn't necessarily be a mob enforcer but rather an assassin who is working with the Torrio/Capone syndicate to fight the Templars (who are pulling the strings of the government/prohibition agents). It would show a unique perspective into the world of AC where the Assassin's attempts to fight the Templars can have unintended and sometimes negative effects (the rise of Capone).
That's a lousy setting to be honest. One of the biggest draws of the AC franchise is it can take you to a lot of places very few games go to. What would make this any different from Godfather or LA Noire other than a lame "The Templars took our booze!" plot? The series shouldn't go beyond 1920 because it just becomes less fun when semi-automatic weapons become more and more common. The latest they should do is about 1890-1920 Russia.

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"The Templars took our booze!"
If that line gets spoken I am all for it.

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The latest they should do is about 1890-1920 Russia.

Russia would be just as lame as 1930's chicago. They need to down shift into a much earlier time period.

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The French Revolution people!

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The French Revolution people!
Thats the most logical based on where the series is at now. If Desmonds story is really done tho, is there a reason to keep moving forward? Why not go back to 1100's? I mean i have no idea, im just thinking that if Desmond is done, maybe they go with a new protagonist. Kind of start the whole trilogy over again.

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Russia would be just as lame as 1930's chicago. They need to down shift into a much earlier time period.
Wrong. Russia was involved in the Russo-Japanese War, World War I, 2 revolutions, and the end of its 300-year old empire and rise of the Soviet Union. It is one of the most violent periods of history for a single country.

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