Remember the Kingdom in between the cities in AC1? How amazing was that?!?!? It gave so much freedom and exploration oppurtunities, I think it would be a cool idea to bring it back, it would greatly enhance our experience of the AC universe, there could be random events/missions while you are on your way to a particlar city and there could be huge guard patrols (say 20 guards) that you either try to avoid or dare to take on.
Bringing back an equivalent of AC1's Kingdom in between the various cities you visit would give us so much more freedom
I agree, the kingdom was fun. Not sure how they would implement it with a new setting, but it would be interesting to have something similar. I enjoyed riding through the crusaders and saracens all preparing for war with eachother!
The Apennine mountains were only good for the chariot chase because there was nothing else there :P the Tuscan countryside was nice though. It sounded and looked very Mediterranean. Plus, heading back into the city after the huge fight at the Villa Salviati was awesome.
I found the Kingdom one of the most boring places in the entire AC 1 game.
Words cannot describe the sheer horror I had every time I was forced to plow through that garbage.
Are you serious?
You think riding on horseback from Acre to Jerusalem is possible in 10 minutes?
Originally posted by crash3:
i thought the kingdom was brilliant, it gave us a better idea of life outside the city walls during that time period, it really added to the histoorical accuracy of the game
I only liked Venice & Florence. I just prefer one big open City.
The countryside & Forli, etc. was a pain for 2 reasons,
1) I somehow missed one Codex page and had to travel the map to find it.
Since I had to hunt it down, 2) I had to go to each Viewpoint in every map to make sure I could see if it was there and it drove me nuts.
Just not partial to it.
Are you serious?
I have to hope these games don't turn to Realism to the extent that I see some things micro analyzed.