MFW playing the ending of AC3. . That inst raises. that ending was a pile of assassins creed three Futurama
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#2 - failmastergerg
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(01/25/2013) [-]
that ending was a pile of ****
#22 to #2 - jibb
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(01/26/2013) [-]
Yeah, that is like your opinion, man.
Although the part with Desmond sucked, I found the ending with Connor pretty good, and it gave me the feels.
#17 to #2 - arkfire
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(01/25/2013) [-]
You do know that it's not the last Assassin's Creed right? Yes the ending was not as good as it could have been but they can redeem themselves in the next game and the overall game was good.
#8 to #2 - anon
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(01/25/2013) [-]
No your a pile of ****!
#10 to #8 - bigbearr
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(01/25/2013) [-]
**** off
#4 to #2 - OldSnake
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(01/25/2013) [-]
"I'm sure these human beings who have never seen or known anything like [REDACTED] can take them on easily. Nothing can POSSIBLY go wrong!"

Remind me again why he's the hero of this story?
#82 to #4 - jibb
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(01/31/2013) [-]
wat do you mean
#83 to #82 - OldSnake
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(02/01/2013) [-]
What I mean is Desmond was an idiot to think the human race can fight something that's been around longer than they have.
#7 - flusteredmoose
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(01/25/2013) [-]
You know what would be cool, if Ubisoft made an assassins creed ending that made sense.
You know what would be cool, if Ubisoft made an assassins creed ending that made sense.
#78 to #7 - nasavvy
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(01/26/2013) [-]
Haven't played any of the other assassins creeds, but the first one was gangster badass and ended amazing in all sorts of awesome.
#80 to #78 - flusteredmoose
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(01/26/2013) [-]
I totally agree with you, It is to this day my fav assassins creed game.
#62 to #7 - crazyeyedbioll
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(01/26/2013) [-]
Or an assassin's creed like game, in middle earth
#81 to #62 - flusteredmoose
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(01/26/2013) [-]
Oh God Yes!
Oh God Yes!
#27 - trollgiggity
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(01/26/2013) [-]
**trollgiggity rolled a random image posted in comment #202 at Handheld Gamecube **


MFW I finished AC3
#21 - breakfastlunch
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(01/26/2013) [-]
My reaction to the ending of every Assassin's Creed game.

But this ending wasn't even mysterious or ***********... It was just confusing and somewhat disappointing.
inb4 ME3 references
#43 to #21 - antisocialtwilight
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(01/26/2013) [-]
How was it confusing? I could probably clarify.
#45 to #43 - breakfastlunch
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(01/26/2013) [-]
Well, I just read a the end of a plot synopsis for the game and I gotta tell you... There are two options:  I didn't understand any of that **** when I played, or I forgot all of that since I finished it.   
   
So Desmond chose between giving up control to Juno against Minerva's warnings to save humanity or to retain control and be revered as a god whose word will be misinterpreted and used to control others and restart the cycle.  He chose to give his life to save humanity, but Juno says ominously in the voiceover that her part in things is only beginning or something.   
   
Yeah, it's a bit anticlimactic.    
 The ending for Revelations was far better in terms of closure and making sense in the context of the plot.     
Also, the ridiculously aggravating cliffhanger ending for Brotherhood did exactly what it was meant to do, so it was effective (although, I will admit, I was disappointed when I found out that the certain character who died stayed dead in the next game).     
   
I don't remember the ending for AC II (I remember what happened, but not what I felt about it), so I can't comment on it too well.
Well, I just read a the end of a plot synopsis for the game and I gotta tell you... There are two options: I didn't understand any of that **** when I played, or I forgot all of that since I finished it.

So Desmond chose between giving up control to Juno against Minerva's warnings to save humanity or to retain control and be revered as a god whose word will be misinterpreted and used to control others and restart the cycle. He chose to give his life to save humanity, but Juno says ominously in the voiceover that her part in things is only beginning or something.

Yeah, it's a bit anticlimactic.
The ending for Revelations was far better in terms of closure and making sense in the context of the plot.
Also, the ridiculously aggravating cliffhanger ending for Brotherhood did exactly what it was meant to do, so it was effective (although, I will admit, I was disappointed when I found out that the certain character who died stayed dead in the next game).

I don't remember the ending for AC II (I remember what happened, but not what I felt about it), so I can't comment on it too well.
#48 to #45 - antisocialtwilight
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(01/26/2013) [-]
Well, let's start with Assassin's Creed III:
Desmond is given the choice, die to resurrect Juno, who will take over the world, while Minerva just wants him to let the cycle begin again, where Desmond will guide the people and be looked to, at first as a leader, then a messiah, then as a god, though his message would be misinterpreted from "Listen to me and we'll make it this time" to "Listen, or you will burn, heretic!"
Desmond chooses to resurrect Juno, his reasoning being that at least they can stop Juno, but if they let the world end, then billions will die just for the cycle to start again. But if you want my opinion, look at his hand at the end of Revelations, and look at the hand he used to touch the pedestal at the end of ACIII. I think Clay Kaczmarek, AKA Subject 16, gave him a way to survive it. That's what I tell myself, anyway, but the creators say he's dead.
In Assassin's Creed II, Ezio went into the Vault, and was used as a conduit between Minerva and Desmond so she could tell of what happened, and warn that it'll happen again. Then, Desmond gets out of the animus because Abstergo found their hideout, so he goes to fight a few guards, then he goes back in the Animus for DLC gameplay.
#51 to #48 - breakfastlunch
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(01/26/2013) [-]
What do you mean about the hand?
#52 to #51 - antisocialtwilight
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(01/26/2013) [-]
Desmond's hand glowed with an animus pattern when he awoke in Revelations, he used he same hand to touch the pedestal in ACIII. I'm guessing that's why he wasn't the least bit hesitant to give his life.
#54 to #52 - breakfastlunch
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(01/26/2013) [-]
So it was all a dream?



(in the Animus?)
#55 to #54 - antisocialtwilight
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(01/26/2013) [-]
What? No, that's not what I'm saying at all. I'm saying Subject 16 did something to Desmond [see Revelations: Scheduled for Deletion] and that helped Desmond survive the resurrection process. ACIV, going by this, would be Desmond waking up some time after Juno rose to power, finding Shaun, Rebecca, maybe his father, regrouping the Assassins, and uniting them with the Templars to defeat Juno.
#61 to #55 - liftplus
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(01/26/2013) [-]
so desmond is alive wtf all of my wat
so desmond is alive wtf all of my wat
#57 to #55 - breakfastlunch
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(01/26/2013) [-]
Didn't they want to get rid of Desmond so they could move on to different plot opportunities?
#11 - thechosenwon
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(01/25/2013) [-]
I love Armored Core 3!
#50 - pexualsredator
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(01/26/2013) [-]
Am I the only one who kinda hated Connor's indian bitch ass? His voice was also annoying.
#19 - frotw ONLINE
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(01/26/2013) [-]
*spoiler*
The whole game you play as Connor fighting for peoples freedom then Desmond comes along at the end and is all "Yeah go ahead and enslave humanity, that's fine"
#18 - asasqw
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(01/26/2013) [-]
If only...
#75 - Freelon ONLINE
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(01/26/2013) [-]
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#1 - iowndemostest
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