Action figures? Little desktop statues? Those are for coward collectors. Those who really want to make a statement - and scare off home intruders (particularly British ones) - spend over $3000 on a giant statue of Assassin's Creed III's Connor Kenway.
Nearly six months on and I'm still torn on Assassin's Creed III. I loved the setting, loved the combat, loved anything and everything to do with the Aquila. But I couldn't stand the mission design, and the game was so humourless and drab it would bum me out just booting it up.
The concluding episode of the Tyranny of King Washington DLC for Assassin's Creed III, Redemption, is now available for PC and Xbox 360 (with the PS3 getting it tomorrow). Let's celebrate with a trailer of spirit wolves, collapsing towers, and lots of cannon fire.
If you've been playing big-budget action video games over the last couple of years, you've probably noticed a few trends. The graphics have gotten better. The animations have become more lifelike. The explosions have gotten more explosive.