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Assassin’s Creed: Bros In The Hood

October 1st, 2010 by

Do you know what would be cool? If we were all, like, assassins, man. Yeah, yeah, and we could, like, jump around and kick and be all – WHOOPAOW! Aw, man. That’d be killer.

And do you know what, as well? We can be. It’s a game called Assassin. It’s been popular in a university campus near you. No. You’re too cool for that. Much too suave to go around chasing after real people in the street in what is essentially plain-clothes LARPing. Oh heavens. The more I think of it, the more sorry I am for even suggesting it.

You can easily play Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood with a couple of random people-folk on the internet instead. All the thrill of the chase, without the abject humiliation. Well, maybe a little bit of humiliation, right at the end, if this trailer is anything to go by.

Story time! Four years ago in Sheffield the University Assassin’s Guild was forced to end their game and effectively disband (for a time) after an armed response unit was called in to deal with some fellas wielding replica guns in public. So, in all truth having a go on AC: Brothers In Da Hoods might be a little safer than the real-life Assassin game.

We’ll be able to compare and contrast when we have a wee play for ourselves at the weekend in London Town’s Eurogamer Expo. That’s right. Do not close this tab.

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