- Well, we could remove the memory category/template and replace with location tags until we have more info.. -- ( • ) 06:00, July 9, 2012 (UTC)
Nitpicky Grammer business
Taking the advice to not Edit War (I'd like to stay on this wiki, thank you very much), I don't understand why the tense in Mayan Ruins is in past-tense. The game has not yet been relased and niether has exclusive pre-orders memories. I understand the fact that it is just a few months from launch, yet the fact remains that the game is not out yet. It should also be mentioned that the other two pre-order memories are in present-tense.
I hope that I don't get frowned upon for this, but I just want to keep things organized.
How do I start this mission. I have done the codes but now what? I'm in sequence 9 if this helps. Thanks in advance! :)
Which editions got this mission etc?
I'm a bit confused as to which additions actually got this mission. It is listed as part of the limited edition in quite a few places, but in the US it is also noted that it was a pre-order bonus with Gamestop. Z98 (talk) 05:09, November 6, 2012 (UTC)
Bit of a late response, but here in Canada, the Signature Edition also came with this exclusive mission. You pretty much have the right idea though. Supreme Master AssassinO Mentoras 06:47, November 21, 2012 (UTC)
Lost Mayan (Sic) Ruins
Why did the developer's not give Cerros any of the detail it gives to other historic landmarks throughout the series (Eurocentrism?) Cerros is nowhere near that large and is not even depicted in the game in a Maya style. In fact, it is decorated with iconography and designs that are from Teotihuacan in Central Mexico, far from the Maya region. Specifically, they appear to have used the Temple of the Feathered Serpent as inspiration, right down to the busts of Quetzalcoatl and the War Serpent. This to me is unacceptable. I could not imagine them designing Rome using the tell-tale structural styles of another culture (imagine Rome with Turkish style domes) so why do the culture's of the new-world get so little attention to detail? On another note, maybe a visit to Cahokia near St. Louis would have made more sense? 220.127.116.11 02:47, November 19, 2012 (UTC) Mesoamericascholar