Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood Edited Into A Feature-Length Flick Is Really Enjoyable To Watch

Andy Gilleand likes to edit games that have massive stories into full-length movies, and after doing it with the Uncharted series and Assassin's Creed I & II, he picked Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood as his next victim.

Gilleand created the movie by removing the in-game HUD and mixing gameplay footage with cutscenes. And, it seems, he did an excellent job. If you've got three hours, and you're not afraid of spoilers, you can watch the whole thing above.


Andy promised to do this with the remaining Assassin's Creed titles on his YouTube channel, but what's next? How about Metal Gear Solid? Oh wait...

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood (The Movie) [YouTube]

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Remember when this game was first announced and everyone was like "a yearly release schedule like Call of Duty? No thanks! This game will turn out horrible!".

In a way, this was the case but only later on - Assassin's Creed III wasn't bad by any means, but still the difference could be felt. Revelations was more of the same, but still cool.

But Brotherhood is actually better than Assassin's Creed II in my opinion. It added the mission challenges (and unlike Revelations, they were actually challenging!), the brotherhood recruitment, the tower captures, and last but not least you can walk through Rome!

Story was good too of course. Also, apples.

Bottom line, nothing tops the Italian/Renaissance setting. And nothing tops young Ezio.