Here's How To Pronounce The Name of Assassin's Creed III's Protagonist

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Today we found out that the hero of Assassin's Creed III, who calls himself Connor, was born Ratohnhaké:ton.


Here at Kotaku, we consider it our duty to answer important questions like "How the hell do I pronounce Ratohnhaké:ton?" So I asked Assassin's Creed publisher Ubisoft for an official guide. Their response:


So there you go.

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I'll stick with Connor..

Much easier, and then it feels more like he's a Caucasian Englishman living in America fighting for his right to call himself American instead of a bored Indian who just want to kill of a couple of redcoats.

Oh why couldn't they have made him a settler instead of a native American?

Or well, at least he's half-Brit which is great. Then at least he have some connection to the war.

I also hope this game is more profound than Brotherhood & Revelations.

Assassins Creed was ok. Assassins Creed 2 was pretty good.

Brotherhood I only finished since my keyboard broke friday afternoon, and I happened to have a wired xbox controller lying on my desk. Revelations I started but got bored with. They doesn't suck you in the way ACII did.

So I hope this will breathe some fresh air into the series, but I like that you now seem to use the nature instead of climbing on houses that much. I assume the American 1770s architecture wasn't building square block houses that you've seen in all the earlier games.