Paris, 1789. You play as Arno Victor-Dorian, an assassin during the French Revolution. As the nation tears itself apart, Arno will expose the true powers behind the Revolution.

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Alexandre Amancio

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dan Jeannotte ... Arno Victor Dorian (voice)
Catherine Bérubé ... Élise de la Serre (voice)
Julian Casey ... Francois-Thomas Germain (voice)
Anthony Lemke ... Pierre Bellec / 'Murder Fortold' Vinyard Worker (voice)
Neil Napier ... Victor / Hugo (voice)
Alex Ivanovici ... Marquis de Sade / Versailles Party Greeter (voice)
Brent Skagford ... Napoleon Bonaparte (voice)
James Loye James Loye ... Captain Rouille (voice)
Harry Standjofski ... Honoré Gabriel Riqueti, Comte de Mirabeau / 'The Tragedy of Jacqus de Molay' Narrator (voice)
Mary Katherine Harvey Mary Katherine Harvey ... Sophie Trenet (voice)
Olivier Lamarche ... Aloys La Touche (voice)
Noel Burton ... Chrétien Lafreniére (voice)
Bruce Dinsmore ... Maximilian de Robspierre / Hot Air Balloon Salesman (voice)
Kate Todd ... Bishop (voice)
Alain Goulem ... Charles Gabriel Sivert (voice) (as Al Goulem)

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Assasins Creed Untiy takes place in Paris, during the French Revolution; here you play as Arno Dorian. A second generation Assassin who learns not only to thrive through the French Revolution, but help end it. Written by bgood0211

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The first Assassin's Creed video game to be considered "Next Gen". See more »

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During an early part of the game, Arno visits the Sainte-Chapelle cathedral just North of Notre Dame. While the inside of this cathedral is visually stunning and very close to actual depiction, the story shows Arno jumping through a hole in the floor, to enter the assassin's guild HQ. In actuality, the church area shown is on the second floor with another room underneath. He would have jumped through the second story floor, to the first floor level (inaccessible in the game), not an underground area. See more »

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Élise de la Serre: Are you sure about this?
Arno Victor Dorian: Not particularly, no. But the Marquis is on the National Convention with le Peletier. He might have some insight.
[they approach de Sade, who looks up from his writing]
Marquis de Sade: Ah. Which is a more incisive commentary on corruption in the bishopric: seven nuns seducing a parish priest into debauchery, or an enormously endowed Benedictine sodomizing a goat named Pius?
Arno Victor Dorian: No force in heaven or on earth will make me answer that question.
Marquis de Sade: Quite right, Arno, the goat it is. So, what can I do...
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Follows Assassin's Creed: Rogue (2014) See more »

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No potential redemption or comeback
27 November 2020 | by First_class_sunsetSee all my reviews

People who are making excuses for Unity probably have never tried the PC version. Ubisoft didn't even make an effort to release any update that would fix the glitches, lag spikes, animation errors, unsynced voice dialogs, etc. Unity is like an injured soldier left forgotten in battlefield. The last original AC of its kind is treated as if it was a buried toy.

Soldiers are horrendously placed over the map, it feels like the person who made the map didn't even try to play a round of Unity. Sword fights are extremely tiring so obviously players prefer the stealth approach, which is also broken as enemies can easily detect movements from kilometers away.

The story is pretty much bellow average and that epic trailer is just about the co-op missions which "shockingly" is unavailable due to connection errors.


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11 November 2014 (USA) See more »

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$150,000,000 (estimated)
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