Brotherhood isn't a main game
I noticed that in this article, it states Brotherhood as being a main game, but I don't think it is. My reason for thinking this is because Assassin's Creed is a trilogy - Assassin's Creed I, II and III - Brotherhood isn't a major installment. Furthermore, each game (or ancestor, if you will) has three parts to the storyline: Assassin's Creed I had Altair's Cronicles as a prequel to the story of Altair, Assassin's Creed, the main part of the story, and finally, Bloodlines, in which the player could explore Altair's story further. Altair's Chronicles and Bloodlines are meant to be games that you can get, and will continue the story for you, but that are not necessary to the storyline. The same, I feel, is true with Assassin's Creed II: Lineage is a prequel, then comes the main game, and finally, Brotherhood.
While I recognise some will say "Brotherhood follows the modern day story as well as the story inside the Animus, whereas the other games (and movie) only fill in the ancestor's story", I still feel that the way Assassin's Creed III will be presented is in such a way that you could miss out the events of Brotherhood even though some big stuff happens in it (not trying to give away spoiilers).
But still, this is just my opinion; but I do think Brotherhood is a game you could miss out and continue the story of the series. Still, just an idea. Thanks, Akira Otomo Talk | Contributions 13:51, December 30, 2010 (UTC)
- No, you can't miss BH and continue as if nothign happened. It contains important lore about both Desmond's quest and the Assassin Guild history. And Ubisoft classifies it as a major instalment, so we will keep that ;D -- D. Cello 21:39, January 5, 2011 (UTC)
- Although this discussion is over, I'd like to note that Brotherhood is considered a main game because it basically continues AC2's story. it's not a spin-off story or anything, it moves both ezio and desmond's stories forward. Basically, we can consider the entire second part of Assassin's Creed's main story being encompassed by three games (AC2 BH, and Revelations).22.214.171.124 04:10, August 7, 2011 (UTC)
- I don't think so, as the Ezio trilogy are still three games, which are still mentioned all here. We're not showing what editions of the games came out, only what games had come out and will. -- Altaïr 01:57, March 9, 2013 (UTC)
- It's not a blanket article, it's an article detailing the series as a whole. Its purpose is to provide a general overview of the games and novels. It can also be used to keep track of current and future releases. I'm too sickly to come up with a better argument, but I honestly don't get why you would put it up for deletion... --Crimson Knight Intercom 16:43, October 11, 2013 (UTC)
Why did you guys delete from the list the dlcs and add-onns of the main games? they are still part of the story and i don't want to search them from some other part. This page, to make it a full game-media list, needs to have EVERYTHING.126.96.36.199 00:23, January 3, 2015 (UTC)
- That edit was made by an anonymous user, not us. It's been restored. Stormbeast ♉ The Helpful Place 00:35, January 3, 2015 (UTC)
Assassin’s Creed: VR Experience
Where we should place it? Ubi is saying it is not a game: “It’s not a game,” said Lewis during the presentation. Instead, he said, it’s a cinematic experience shot alongside the Assassin’s Creed movie at each location and set used by the film.
So we should place it into "Other Media" and create new section "VR" alongside with "Films", "Board Games", "Books" and "Comics" ?
Why doesn't Liberation HD count as mais series, it was released for the main consoles and PC and there is no difference to for example brotherhood, exept of the vita game CharlotteSmoothie (talk) 19:36, October 27, 2017 (UTC)