Assassin's Creed III (2012)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | History  -  30 October 2012 (USA)
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The American Colonies, 1775. It's a time of civil unrest and political upheaval in the Americas. As a Native American fights to protect his land and his people, he will ignite the flames of a young nation's revolution.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Connor (voice)
Charles Lee (voice)
Haytham Kenway (voice)
Kaniehtí:io (voice)
Achilles (voice)
Robert Faulkner (voice) (as Kevin R. McNally)
Desmond Miles (voice)
William Miles (voice) (as John De Lancie)
Shaun Hastings (voice)
Rebecca Crane (voice) (as Eliza Jane Schneider)
Aaron Cross ...
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Adrian Burhop ...
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A.J. Henderson ...
Additional Voices (voice) (as AJ Henderson)


The American Colonies, 1775. It's a time of civil unrest and political upheaval in the Americas. As a Native American fights to protect his land and his people, he will ignite the flames of a young nation's revolution.

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John de Lancie who voices William Miles (Desmond's father) also played the villainous Q on both Star Trek: Next Generation and Star Trek: Voyager. See more »


The musket shown in the game appears to be based on the American Long Rifle, also known as the Kentucky or Pennsylvania rifle. While this weapon was common in the colonies for civilian use at the time, it would not have been used by most military forces apart from militia, and did not have the capability to attach a bayonet. The British Army would have used the "Brown Bess" musket, in service since 1722, of .75 calibre. See more »


Haytham Kenway: Your death opens a door. It's nothing personal. Well, maybe it is a little personal. You've been a pain in my ass, after all.
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Another great game from a great series.
3 November 2012 | by See all my reviews

One has to be careful of taking the beauty in Assassin's Creed 3 for granted. This is a thought that occurred to me about 10 hours in as I piloted the franchise's newest protagonist through a sun-dappled forest glade en route to completing my latest side mission.

Because Assassin's Creed 3 is bursting with activities, my attention to detail had shrunken somewhat. I caution against a blinkered approach – stop and take in the view sometime.

This is because once one steps back and bothers to survey the game's environment, one can't help but be bowled over. In the brief moment I hurtled through the trees towards my destination, I gazed across a pine forest expanse, over a rock-encrusted river that spilled into a glistening lake by way of a waterfall dropping off a sheer cliff face.

It was like something out of a Terence Malik film. And not only is the world encased in Assassin's Creed 3 an intricately presented breathtaking marvel to behold, it's age and region specific too.

It's worth pointing all of this out because, by now, aching beauty and painstaking attention to historic detail – both visual and temporal – have become calling cards of the Assassin's Creed series. That's why they're so easy to take for granted.

The series fans will certainly love it, and those who are new to it, will be captivated by it, it's an amazing game, and deserves the GOTY.

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