Posted Mon Oct 6, 2014 at 10:33 AM PDT by Brian Hoss
Marquis de Sade on-hand for the devolution of France.
For Xbox One, PS4, and PC owners, 'Assassin's Creed: Unity' has sold itself with two major facets. First, there is the setting of the French Revolution and second, there has been the visible promise of compelling co-op play. But the game offers more than that. The series was built on the delivery of a single-player experience, and though the story has often golden appled its way out of relevance, 'Unity' seems well grounded.
Somehow, the very hereditary Assassins are a major part of devestating struggles of the French Revolution, but it's not all guns, guillotines, and father's legacies as the elements like the Marquis De Sade look to flavor the wartime setting.
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