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Review: 'Assassin's Creed III' Tells a Revolution Story

•, Robert Workman
 This tale continues in "Assassin's Creed III," which takes place during the American Revolution in the old colony towns of Boston and New York.
This "Creed" story focuses on hero Desmond Miles taking on the persona of a new killer named Connor, a man seeking vengeance against British forces and working with the likes of George Washington and others to turn the tide of war. He's quite a capable fighter, able to leap across buildings and trees with ease and drop in on a group of soldiers, killing them with a tomahawk, spring-loaded blades that pop out through hand holsters and even an enemy's own musket.
"Assassin's Creed III" has no shortage of things to do, between main missions that tie into the story, secondary missions that teach you a thing or two about American history, and side tasks that include pig farming and decorating your home. Perhaps the best new addition is being able to captain your own pirate ship and engage in huge sea battles. If you prefer, you can also hunt small animals, though human targets are more challenging.

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