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Post by Dan @ 04:55pm 17/07/09 | 5 Comments
Ubisoft have released the first trailer for Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines, the PlayStation Portable title that puts you back in the shoes of Altair in medieval times for more backstabbing adventures.
Follow Altair's story right after the events of Assassinís Creed as he discovers a new land and hunts down the ascending Templars. As the Templars withdraw from the Holy Land after Altair kills Robert De Sable, the Assassin follows them to the island of Cyprus. Finding new allies and enemies, Altair helps the local resistance against the Templar occupation and strikes down the ascendant Templar commanders. Continue Altair's story and find the missing link between Assassin's Creed and Assassin's Creed 2
Ubi have also sent along this in-house Q&A with Producer Frederic Lefrancois, which goes into a good amount of detail on the game.

Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines is due before the year's end, exclusively on PSP. For more details and media, stop by our game page.

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Posted 06:25pm 17/7/09
I hope this finds it's way to pc

even if it's only on an emu 5 years from now. I really want to play that
Posted 06:29pm 17/7/09
suck it up, buy a console and start living.
Posted 09:40pm 17/7/09
It looks pretty obvious that this game wasn't done by the same team who made the original. Assassin's Creed won awards for its fluid animation, but those animations looked terrible in comparison.
Posted 10:17pm 17/7/09
It's for the PSP.
Posted 10:44pm 17/7/09
Doesn't mean you can't have convincing animation.
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