- We played Drafts and lost £100.
- We found a turkey standing on a stone in
the river and later one on a log in the Homestead. We pet them both.
- We also gave them some food from our
pockets then discovered you can't kill the turkey with the tomahawk. Apparently Thanksgiving hadn’t been invented yet.
- We also pet a kitty.
- And a puppy.
- But we didn’t try to kill them. We’re not
animals. But THEY ARE! And they were cute. Yes they were. Yes they were!
- We jumped off tall things into small piles
of hay. Yes, you can still do this. Yes, it’s still fun. No, it still doesn’t
make any sense.
- We used the new “Rope dart” weapon to
snare an enemy and hang him from a tree.
- We also trussed up enemies in the trees by
throwing a dart with a line attached from the branches of a tree.
- We also yelled “GET OVER HERE” after
throwing a dart at an enemy running away. It stabbed him in the back and we
dragged him back towards us as people stood by and watched with horrified
- We yelled “ARE YOU NOT ENTERTAINED?!” at
the horrified people but they couldn’t hear us because it was a video game and
we were outside of the TV.
- We climbed up the mast of a ship in the
dock and a thunderstorm started. It
made us feel like Poseidon.
- On one occasion, we jumped into water but
not from high enough to dive properly. The subsequent belly flop appeared to
- We spent a few a few minutes trying to
figure out the new combat system, which is more aggressive than the one found in
previous games. We eventually got it, but not before getting our butts kicked a
few times first.
- We ran around Boston just killing and
parkouring for, like, half an hour.
- We saw a piece of paper floating around
and chased it. It was an almanac page, one of the collectibles in Assassin’s
- We read some codex stuff in the menus
after finding the page and mistakenly saw some spoilers. Our eyes, they’ll
never be the same.
- We also found feathers, which are also
collectibles. These were usually found in trees, sitting in birds’ nests.
- We shoved a musket into an enemy’s chest
and shot him. Overkill, much?
- We smashed out hatchet into an enemy’s
- We noticed that the kills are, by and
large, much more brutal this time around. We could spend the rest of this
article talking about all of the awesome, bloody kills, but we won’t.
- Alright, one more: We stabbed a guy in the
throat and then gave him the “Rock Bottom,” choke slamming his bleeding body
onto the dirt.
- We found a Templar base and decided to
- We died trying to infiltrate a Templar
- We tried to infiltrate the Templar base,
but this time we went in through a secret entrance. It went better and we
killed everyone and eventually blew it up, reclaiming it for AMERICA.
- We found a locked chest and spent a good
five minutes trying to unlock it. We eventually did and we were rewarded with
some loot, but man did it take a while.
- We met Paul Revere and Sam Adams.
- We got annoyed that Sam Adams didn’t offer
us some beer. What a jerk.
- We got to hang out with several historical
figures, helping them out with tasks and killing redcoats when they asked.
- We overheard the end of the final meeting
before the Boston Tea Party. It was a cool way of bringing Connor into the
story without having him be the Forrest Gump of the Revolutionary War.
Watch some gameplay of ACIII's Boston in this video
- We participated in what might be the least
historically accurate Boston Tea Party ever. Seriously, We’re pretty sure that dozens of redcoats didn’t
die as the founding fathers brazenly tossed boxes of tea into the ocean.
- We killed a guy who warned Connor that the colonialists would, eventually, kick all of the Native Americans off of their land. Connor was all like, "Nah."
- He then went, "Alright bro," and died, and then we stopped playing.
If you want to know more about Assassin's Creed III, check out our list of everything we know about Connor Henway and find out why the Assassin's Creed movie could (and should) be the best game movie of all time.