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Assassin’s Creed Releases Today

UPDATE: More Reviews added. IGN has also posted a, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 Head-to-Head Showdown of Assassin’s Creed. It is for the Insider’s Club only.

Stay Tuned for coveraging coming later today.

UPDATE: Assassin’s Creed has been released, and this means a lot of coverage from around the gaming world.

IGN.com has posted their 4-page review. Their overall score is a shocking 7.7/10. The only other review that gave it a surprisingly lower rating than the rest is 1UP.com’s review. We have also added all of the reviews that have been release so far to our Assassin’s Creed Review Page.

Yahoo! Video Games went ahead and post Video Review as well. IGN did the same and also posted a Video Review. Some people would rather watch reviews than read them, how sad.We have also posted a list of achievments you can find on our new page Unlockables.

As soon as hints and cheats are released, we will be sure to post them here on the site (If there are any.) If there is any more news to come, we’ll have it for you.

Also in Assassin’s Creed News:
Assassin’s Creed has had its retail launch in Australia and New Zealand pushed back one week. Both the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions were slated to go on sale this Thursday, but the game will now go on sale on Wednesday, November 21, Australia-wide.

The delay will impact only Australian and New Zealand gamers.

In a statement sent to Australian retailers, Ubisoft blamed seasonal issues for the delay.

“Due to manufacturing and freight difficulties during this time of year, Ubisoft Australia & New Zealand were unable to receive their full allocation of Assassins Creed stock required to fulfill all Day One orders,” the statement said.

“In an effort to treat all retailers and consumers fairly, Ubisoft will wait until the balance of stock is received in our warehouse before we ship the game.”


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