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Pickpockets to highwaymen, bank heists to drug smuggling, the readers' collective Robin Hood act has made a treasure chest
Under the cover of darkness they came. Precious time was snatched to deliver. One reader endured terrible pain and went to hospital, another is set to move house, but this did not stop them. And another, more delightfully, saw the delivery of a beautiful baby (I dedicate this blog to you, prolific Rr regular BeltwayBandit - congratulations!), and despite all of this, during this crazy pre-Christmas period, you still brought riches. Thank you, me hearties, for your bountiful song booty! From rampant robbery to surreptitious smuggling your treasures cascaded through the cellar door of the Readers Recommend and I spent many hours admiring, examining, analysing and enjoying. I am a man poor in time, but rich in song.
And now my turn again to stand and deliver. And indeed, among all the thieves, »
- Peter Kimpton
I'm standing on the deck of a double-masted sailing ship, spinning the wheel and ordering the crew to unfurl our full sails so we can race across the waves in search of loot, plunder, and booty. Nearby, two ships are engaged in a duel of cannon fire, and a bell rings overhead to warn me that another ship has turned to pursue us. I need to drop the ship's diving bell over the side of the ship near the wrecked hull of an unfortunate vessel so I can collect some of the rich stuff on the bottom of the ocean, but before I can do that, it'll be smoke and swordplay. Except I'm actually in a hotel suite in Seattle, while a member of Ubisoft's "Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag" team takes me through the paces, and tries to make sure that I don't run my ship aground on a »
- Kevin Kelly
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In September 2012 the Google Maps team discovered a paper map that has been verified as Captain Kidd’s treasure map. However, »
- Justin Vactor
Yesterday, the first official trailers for Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag were released. Originally they were posted to Ubisoft’s website, but were then posted to Youtube, meaning, they’re everywhere to view now. I’d be surprised if you haven’t seen them yet, but for those of you who are rushing to open a new tab and watch the videos, I’ve got you covered. Sit back and relax, just click below to see the trailers.
As made clear by these videos, our protagonist is none other than one of Connor’s ancestors. This game’s assassin, Edward Kenway, is believed to be the father of Haytham Kenway which makes him Connor’s grandfather. Since Desmond is related to Connor, he must also be related to Edward, which means, arguably, that Desmond will be alive in this game. Nobody else can access the memories of Desmond’s ancestors, »
- Costandinos Karalis
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