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Ubisoft confirms that the third full-fledged installment of its open-world action adventure game will arrive by Halloween.
Ubisoft has launched a new Assassin's Creed for iOS, touting it as the first in which users can create, develop and customise their (exclusively male) assassins.
The game is available for $4.99 in the App Store for both the iPhone and iPad. However, you need an iPhone 4S or higher if you want to play the handset version.
Here are a few reasons why you should be playing Ubisoft's piratical new game in the Assassin's Creed franchise.
The famous Assassin's Creed hidden arm blade becomes sharp reality thanks to master armorer Tony Swatton.
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Swordplay! Platforming! Damsels in distress! (And barely dressed.) Except for the bugs, this game of running, jumping, and stabbing provides plenty of entertainment.
In celebration of the new iPad, you can score some noteworthy titles--including the Retina-optimized Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation--for just a buck. iPhone versions, too.
On today's show, Time Warner's new live TV iPad app is too cool to last very long, iOS is slower than Android (but Apple's nit-picking the results, predictably), and Sony is continuing to try to turn George Hotz into a smoking crater for daring to jailbreak the PS3. --Molly
PC game digital rights management is getting more stringent, but one of the ways to play without it is to be patient. Or at least history tells us so.