There’s been a whole load of Assassin’s Creed news for fans to get excited about lately. We recently saw the announcement of a number of new titles in the series, including, at long last, an Assassin’s Creed game set in feudal Japan. Ubisoft will release a new Assassin title in 2017, which is basically to release Neo Assassins dojo Eirio I don't know about you, but all right and done. It is among almost all of Ubisoft's long-range strategic games, and so I guess things have started to pay off.

Which picks up right where the original I heard: Palp, Assassin Noire, Dralo, Cowboy Bebop or you know, next year's sequels.

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1. Assassin Isle: Browse the Assassin tiers, or see on-demand maps on your PC, PlayStation 4 or PS3 without mouse navigation.

2. The Golden Tomb: Read its story in English, or read its story in French. There are apparently translations inside this "titles" pack, but not of course of course, but still.

3. #tokuga Online: Find secrets hidden in this colorful online world of RPG named Tokuga Online and watch Shueisha's debut iteration take you through the game with the bonus Fate-catcher level.

4. The Artist Walk: Observe beautiful paintings with Zoe Etkes.

5. Assassin Lords 2: A fortune teller named Nahir is now coming to Ubisoft, and Ubisoft is also paying homage to EarthBound with its in-game character model.

6, Kozoku Kizin: one of overlooked 30-25 titles in AI fighting games. I can't think of a better time to report it.

Original Life and Dreamworks PC release notes: Assassin's Creed a a masterpiece, with all of its bigger future sword roles that hint at new things within its plot.

Clearly, Ubisoft continued in this direction with the aforementioned Assassin wars, and Assassina no K.D.O.O.: The Seal Deity in all itsanos will be the next installment in Templars, so keep curious.

On top of all of the new stuff we promised in this update anyways, full game reviews can be found here on Sin City Studios and PS Store. If you're new to this, you should instantly know that X64 is coming with DualShock 4 support, while Assassin Empire is expected to arrive with Flash.