Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood HQ

Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood HQ (PC)

Live and breathe as Ezio, now a legendary master assassin, in his struggle against the Templar order. Lead your own brotherhood of Assassins and strike at the heart of the enemy. Rome. And for the first time, take part in an innovative multiplayer layer allowing you to embody an assassin of your choosing and define their killing style.

Available on: PC, PS3, Xbox360 PC Rank: 231 / 5,991  | Overall Rank: 235 / 14,380

Game tags: Action Adventure, Science Fiction, Third-Person, Multi-Period

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Ubisoft announce Assassin's Creed Heritage Collection... (0)
It's been a few years since the original Assassin's Creed released, and there's been four major new titles since then. Obviously it's time for a bundle. Ubisoft usher in the Assassin's Creed Heritage Collection.

They bill it as a "high value compilation" starting with the original haystack-diver Altair in Assassin's Creed all the way through to frontier-exploring Connor in Assassins' Creed III.
Posted: 04.10.2013 by Technet2k
Ubisoft's Uplay blasted as 'rootkit', installs 'unsec... (7)
Some coding enthusiasts have discovered a little something in Ubisoft's Uplay platform for PC leading others to blast it as a 'rootkit'. It stealthly installs a browser plug-in which isn't secure.

The plugin granted its discoverer "unexpectedly (at least to me) wide access" to websites. It's a rather embarrassing hiccup if true.

UPDATE: Trend Micro's Rik Ferguson, director of the security research firm, has said it's "not a malicious root, just really bad code." It's "a huge risk" .
Posted: 30.07.2012 by Technet2k
Author sues Ubisoft over Assassin's Creed for 'memori... (0)
American author John Beiswenger wrote a novel called Link which published in 2002, in which a person in a lab experiences memories through the eyes of his ancestors.

That sounds somewhat familiar doesn't it? That's the problem asserts Beiswenger, because Ubisoft has pinched a piece of his own storyline for the Animus in Assassin's Creed.
Posted: 18.04.2012 by Technet2k
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