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    Shaun's Animus Database Entries

    Does anyone else read every single historical nugget in the Animus database?

    Im a bit of a history buff and i love how many there are and how detailed they are. It's quite amazing how much history is in this game and how accurate it is. I also love how they used Shaun's sense of humor and wit in the descriptions. Props Ubisoft.
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    I love reading them and always do. I have always read them since they begun in AC2.
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    I like how Shaun has a very un-biased view. So he just tells it as it is
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    yeah i really like it too, i allways read the others but now even more so because its more interesting to me as a brit, i found the others hard to understand half the time or i just lost interest, and i love thaat theyve added shauns opinions cuz its funny and true. some of it is boring to me though. im mainly interested in british history tbh. this game caters well to that
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    I always read them in Shaun's snarky little voice too. I imagine that they are kind of a little one on one between Desmond and Shaun even though the others can probably access them too. It's more fun that way.
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    Not only do I read them for the historical value, I think they're quite funny as well, it's a nice break from the at-times very dark and serious plot.
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    I read a couple of them in the past but this time I am reading a lot more of them. I loved the one about the Boston tea party. XD
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllThatJuice View Post
    I like how Shaun has a very un-biased view. So he just tells it as it is
    Shaun really has an extremely biased view. Extremely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AllThatJuice View Post
    I like how Shaun has a very un-biased view. So he just tells it as it is
    I don't know about that. I'm a fan of Shaun, but lately he just seems a bit too narcisitic (sp?). His view is incredibly biased, btw. Maybe it's because he's British, but he does tend to argue with Desmond over the view of the Colonists and other happenings of the American Revolution.
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    I still hate his actor.
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