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AC: Brotherhood Stabs a Cameo, Hides it in this Post

Posted on Wednesday, November 3 @ 19:28:30 Eastern by
Lately, all the best easter eggs and bonuses have becomes shameless marketing opportunities. SPOILERS ARE IN THIS POST.

Again, there are Spoilers in this post. I hate it when games are spoiled for me. I don't want to do the same to you.

If you've been keeping track at home, this particular alternative skin for Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood might not seem that... shocking.

If you're not happy intimidating the citizens of ancient Rome as the stubbled Ezio Auditore, try on the bionic man-child ninja skin shown here. We've already had the opportunity to sneak around Metal Gear Solid 4 as Altair, so playing as Raiden in Brotherhood should make things even.

I'm a fan of this kind of cross-pollination in any way, shape, or form. Game developers showing that they're fans of one another make them less like faceless, corporate entities and more like real, breathing human beings. People. Like you and me!

Now for the AC: Brotherhood watermelon cameo reveal.

As a bonus: check out the latest AC: Brotherhood commercial below



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