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Assassin’s Creed Developer Doesn’t Want To Do Uncharted

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Posted on October 23, 2011 AT 09:25am

THE BUZZ: Falko Poiker, Level Designer on Assassin’s Creed Revelations, has revealed that he is sick of people thinking that they are trying to make their game like Uncharted.

“Well I worked on the Villa attack (in Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood). I actually worked on everything in the Villa but my concentration was the attack. Well I kinda’ got sick of people saying ‘We wanna’ do it like Uncharted.’ That’s the difference here – our game is not Uncharted, so let’s not obsess about another game. They were clearly thinking Uncharted was a better game and I think that’s a really bad attitude to take. You know I have a theory that the team behind Uncharted are thinking ‘Let’s make Uncharted more like Assassin’s Creed!’ – at least that’s what I’m hoping is happening,” he said in a recent interview with The Gaming Liberty.

EGM’s TAKE: We love it when a developer stands up for his project! And it’s safe to say that Poiker is correct regarding certain comparisons between the two games. Assassin’s Creed, both as a game and a franchise, has developed its own following that, dare we say it, eclipses Uncharted in many ways.

Which game series do you think is better – Uncharted or Assassin’s Creed? Leave your comment below…

Source: Thegamingliberty

Matthew Bennett, Associate Editor
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