So the British Board of Film Classification recently revealed that Assassin's Creed II will feature more than three hours of cut scene footage. These aren't the silent film days, of course, so they'll need some a lot of dialogue.

On Friday, Azaïzia Aymar, the Ubisoft community developer for Assassin's Creed II, tweeted this fun fact: "AC2 will feature 7 spoken languages for a total of 87,206 lines of recorded voice dialogue."


Of course, driving up the total is the game's multilingual support, but even at one-seventh of the total, that's still more than 12,000 lines per version. Impressive, but sounds like a spit in the ocean next to The Old Republic's script, said to be the equivalent of 40 novels.

87,206 Lines of Dialogue in Assassin's Creed 2 [Hot Blooded Gaming]