These are some merchandise concepts that never made it past the drawing board (due to design flaws or high costs), a few of them were revised into what we have today. Full website with short description for each concept: http://comixfactory.de/?go=gallery&id=25&pic=1534
AC chest with rotating lock
AC Crossroads CE
Animus Edition concept with motorized lock
Encyclopedia display case with lights and motorized lock
RC Ezio - Parachute and Flying Machine
Bonus Materials DVDs
AC Crossroads Red Edition
AC Crossroads Animus Edition
Ezio's AC2 vambrace replica
AC chest with rotating lock + chess set
If you've seen these before, what did you think then and now? If this is your first time seeing these, what do you think?
I think these should have been made, and what was crossroads? A game? A collection of the games? A book? A short film (a la Embers)? Or a simple making of edition?
EDIT: Actually I think it was the working name for ACR.
Last edited by OriginalMiles; 04-26-2012 at 07:36 PM.
I'm surprised they didn't release it. I think it would have sold well.
Do not fear the darkness, but welcome its embrace - Ezio Auditore da Firenze, 1486.
I'm sorry, but the images were removed yesterday. Dave Delisle explains on his site:
I did not design or conceive this idea, another artist did (images since removed – Lawyers got to him too. They have way too much time on their hands). I was tasked with making a 3D version and animating it for demonstration. Basically it was a motorized display case that contained an Encyclopedia and a video game. The case had a glass top and numerous LED lights all over.