This article contains one paragraph that will spoil the ending of Assassins Creed 3, if you haven’t already played it. It is clearly marked so be warned.
It is well known that last year’s entry into the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Assassins Creed 3 (AC3) was received under controversy and complications. However, selling 7 million copies in its first month AC3 set records for Ubisoft sales. Whilst members of the gaming community could not help but to criticise the new protagonist Connor Kenway being described as “too boring”, “lacked emotion” and being labelled as a “terrible assassin”. The game itself released with its own list of issues. Bugs and glitches were in abundance which not only required a day one patch but also a thanksgiving patch and a third patch released at a later point. These problems couldn’t help but dampen the mood for the highly excited audience.