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Ubi Workshop video. Assassin's Creed Ember

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Wow. Ezio's family. Finally, we get to delve into more of his personal life.

Personally, I'm pretty neutral with the whole art direction. While I prefer the high quality CG like in the opening sequence of Brotherhood and the short live action film of Assassin's Creed Lineage, I'm still content with a film about Ezio's personal life.

With all this personal emotion that Altair (through the seals)and Ezio are going through, I think Revelations will have the most drama and emotion in the entire series. I'm looking forward to it.

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why did he cut his hair and btw is his wife like 30 years younger

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is his wife like 30 years younger?

She had better be if she plans to pop out Ezio's children when he's in his 50's!

You won't even feel the blade.

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OMG !!!! well this will please me because i've always wanted to see an animated AC film or series/ back to the trailer i would have liked the type qaulity of CGI that was used for the ACR trailer. and it also looks like ezios having heart problems. and another thing that confuses me is the fight with ezio and what looks to be an assassin imposter.... but anyways I....CAN'T......WAIT!!!!!

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We've known for a while that his wife is 30 something when he's 53.

But the animation looks amazing for a short film. I'm shocked that anyone seriously expected CGI like the trailers. I like the art style, and it's cool to see all the in-game assets of florence and other places being used in such an interesting way. The story sounds quite amazing, and I agree with Joey that he probably leaves the Assassin order at the end of Revelations, if this is any indication.

Looks a lot more substantial than Ascendance.

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I never watched Ascendance. I couldn't get over the "motion comic" look of it. Very cheaply made. I watched for literally a minute or less and stopped part 1. Usually I'll pay attention to anything AC-related, but that was an exception. From what I hear, it wasn't worth it.

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is it just me or does ezio kinda looks like Al mualim attire wise??

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Do you mean in Embers or Revelations?

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EMBERS (duh Stare ))

To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Rick and Morty. The humor is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the jokes will go over a typical viewer's head. There's also Rick's nihilistic outlook, which

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Ascendance was not actually cheaply made. that style of animation is very hard to do, and takes a lot of time. I enjoyed the visual style, but is basically a story about Cesare that Shaun told in the sancutary, but in more detail, and including the part where he killed his brother.

Joey, you should really give these things a chance. : P

I didn't regret watching it, it just wasn't that important.

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i agree with joey i fuking hate that style of animation it pisses me off hell we could watch the borgia HBO.

To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Rick and Morty. The humor is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical physics most of the jokes will go over a typical viewer's head. There's also Rick's nihilistic outlook, which

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Not really as good IMO. They made Rodrigo thin and actually think he's touched by god. I seriously doubt the real one belived in anything.

Ascendance was good if you had patience with it.

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Id like to read it as a novel. But the visuals bother me too much.

And EA, you really need to be more clear. The reason I asked was because ACR has him wearing a long, dark robe and a gray beard. That looks more like Al Mualim than Embers.

No one likes a smart ass, which is why no one likes to respond to your posts. You're annoying. Now stop being so cynical and learn respect.

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That would be one short novel.

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They could fill in a few scenes. Idk haha

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Anyone else see this? So emotional. :'(

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i didn't like it the ending was horrible actually the hole movie ooh and btw there are no spoilers in embers but still watch this after playing acr i must say embers ruined acr a bit for me Crying

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It was made for closure to the game. I thought the ending was beautiful. I just wonder who the man with the scarred mouth was. Did I miss something?

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I was wondering too. He said something to Ezio in another language before he left. I think he had something to do with the ending.

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Ezio's reaction made him seem like someone he/we should know already. The scar doesn't remind me of anyone, and he seemed to know something about Ezio that we don't. So much for "revelations". haha

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I thought that he was some Templar assassin ordered to kill him. It's possible he could be the son/grandson of one of the of one of the many people Ezio killed and he's out for revenge.

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He said "Coraggio, vecchio." Coraggio usually means courage but as an interjection, it could mean "Cheer up!" and vecchio means old. So he was saying "Cheer up, old man." It doesn't explain much as to why he was there though.

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Waltonruler5 wrote:
He said "Coraggio, vecchio." Coraggio usually means courage but as an interjection, it could mean "Cheer up!" and vecchio means old. So he was saying "Cheer up, old man." It doesn't explain much as to why he was there though.

I guess he was just a random guy.

It makes sense. I think it must've been natural causes. I bet that guy reminded him of himself when he was young.

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