Who wielded the deadliest weapons in history? Which legendary pirates fought the greatest naval battles? The answers to these questions and more wait for you in the Assassin’s Creed Encyclopedia - Third Edition.
The Assassin’s Creed Encyclopedia is a must-have for new fans to the series as well as those who have been fascinated with the universe since day one.
This brand new edition features amazing artwork and up-to-date content from the new game, Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag, and the new graphic novel, Assassin’s Creed: Brahman.
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Posted by Miguel on 20th May 2015
It has everything from I-IV; factions and their history, characters bios and important places. There are also great pictures
Posted by Kaushal on 14th May 2015
This is a great reference guide to the whole
Assassin's Creed universe. It is updated
with the latest entries, and this encyclopedia
is a must buy for everyone!
Posted by Kei on 2nd Apr 2015
Have a lot of data from game
Something don't appear on AC artbook or game
Almost 400 color pages,Just so cool !
Posted by Unknown on 18th Jan 2015
A very good read with a large amount of awesome information. Truely worth the buy. The cover is very subtle and sleek giving it a cool look. Artwork inside is extremely well done.
Posted by Unknown on 26th Nov 2014
I purchased the original encyclopedia back in 2011 and decided to wait for this most updated version. While the new information is outstanding and very welcome, there are several things that still require updates. The details surrounding Lucy Stillman's death are still absent for starters.
On top of that, we don't see much more information given to the First Civilization -- in fact, it has not been touched since the first edition. Minerva and Juno have had more than enough 'screentime' to warrant their own articles, but they're absent from the book entirely aside a picture of Minerva. Not to mention that droves of artifacts that have been discovered (Shard of Eden, Mayan armor, crystal skull, even the Observatory itself, etc.); these are absent as well.
While it commendably details ships such as the Jackdaw, Queen Anne's Revenge, and the Benjamin, we see no much of Adewale's vessel, the Aquilla, or other well-known and recognizable vessels that played a role in the story of AC.
Lastly, it's missing a few locations from that section of the book. I felt Great Inagua and Long Bay were important enough to warrant their own informational sections, as well as Oak Island, Edinburgh Castle, Cerros, etc. Regardless of the brief encounters we have with such locations, they serve to tell the story and deserve to be included to explain their relation to the universe.
One might argue that this information is unimportant but that is beside the point--this is an encyclopedia relating to the AC universe, and as such, needs to be as inclusive and complete as possible. The thoroughness of the in-game databases and intel reports have conditioned to expect as much, I think that's fair, considering the information IS there -- it just needs to be put into the book.
All in all, the encyclopedia fetches a high price and for that amount of money, I wish it were a little more inclusive. Besides these 'missing pieces', it's a beautifully done book and I can't recommend it enough. I am very much looking forward to the 4th edition which would presumably contain information regarding Unity and Rogue.
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