Author Topic: Heard of a new game called Assassins creed? (this has to do with books)  (Read 1996 times)

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Offline Raisins

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Check it out on gamespot.com if you haven't, but anyway its based on a Muslim group during the crusades. The basic thing is to assassinate but it's much more than that.
The studio has done a lot of research into it reading books like "The assassins" (a short but very advanced book, was in the storage at the downtown library where i live) and "alamut" which is a famous foreign book that is definitely worth looking into.


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Offline Krakow Sam

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This would be to do with the Hashashim?


Fun fact!
The name of the Hashashim was not in fact derived from Hashish, which would be a poor choice of drug for an assassin who wanted to stay alert, but 'Hashhash' or opium.
Sam is basically right, he's just cranky.

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Opium would be an even worse drug for an assasin to use!

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Hmmm. Having hastily done some research on wikipedia it looks like neither are paticularly ideal... both canabis and morphine produce drowsiness, inhibited reactions and impair mental performance.
Sam is basically right, he's just cranky.

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This game looks cool.....saw it is OPS2.
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