E3 2007 Aftershocks: Jade Raymond talks Assassin's Creed, won't stop calling me - destructoid

E3 2007 Aftershocks: Jade Raymond talks Assassin's Creed, won't stop calling me

9:14 PM on 07.22.2007

Assassin's Creed was one of the live demos at the Microsoft press conference at E3 last week, and all I could keep thinking was "Goddamn, Jade Raymond looks hot!" Aside from that fact, this was the first time gamers got to see the game in action, albeit to mixed results.

In this developer interview, Jade talks about some of the new features seen in the presentation as well as public reaction to the game and what it's like having Shigeru Miyamoto and Hideo Kojima wanting to see what Jade and the AC team have been working on.

Honestly, it's gonna be a bad-ass game, but we all know why those two wanted to check "it" out. Right guys? Am I right? No you shut up! No you!

[Update: And again, in the language of love, after the jump. Thanks Tristero!]

 


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