Or slice, crush, pierce, and generally murder. Assassin's Creed III's Connor appears to be even less subtle than his ancestors and not exactly what I would consider assassin material. He seems to make it work, however, so more power to him.
Guns, bows, swords, axes, daggers, and rope -- it's quite the arsenal. I can't wait to try and hang an entire army. We'll all be able to do so come October 30 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and on November 20 on PC.
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