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Assassin's Creed: Revelations Mediterranean Traveler DLC lands today

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Out today on Xbox Live, the PlayStation Network and PC, the Mediterranean Traveler map pack adds six multiplayer maps to game's online mode.

For those you not investing your online multiplayer hours into something with a number or the words "battle" or "war" in it, you might be interested in Ubisoft's latest Assassin's Creed: Revelations downloadable content offering.

Out today on Xbox Live, the PlayStation Network and PC, the Mediterranean Traveler map pack adds six multiplayer maps to Revelations' online mode. Three of the maps are brand-stabbing-new ones: Jerusalem, Constantinople and Dyers, while the other three are fan favorites from AC: Brotherhood, Firenze, San Donato and Siena. The DLC pack also adds some more achievements to the game.

You can grab the DLC for 800 Microsoft Points or $9.99 on the PlayStation Network. But if you're not too keen on dropping down the big bucks on this DLC without giving it a spin, not to worry, Ubisoft has just the thing for you. You can download a free trial of the map pack, which will expire three days after you play it the first time. Now you have no excuse to take a stab at 'em!

And... that's a record amount of "stab" references in an Assassin's Creed post for me. I'll be here all week, folks!

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Staff article by Jonathan Davila (January 24, 2012)

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bloomer posted January 24, 2012:

I'm still waiting for Assassin's Creed: Summer of Love as seen in The Simpsons.
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True posted January 24, 2012:


You really must find a video of that and post it here.
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jerec posted January 24, 2012:

I think that was just a picture.

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bloomer posted January 24, 2012:

First episode of the latest season, I think? Unless I missed any. There's a shot where they pan across this videogame convention hall where Homer has taken Bart, and there are all these videogame cabinets with fantastic names.

Some others that I remember:

Q-Bert: Revelations
Terence Malick's The Tree of Life Online
Sean White, Time Snowboarder
The Human Centipede (5 Centipede cabinets joined side by side)
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JonDavila posted January 25, 2012:

We might actually see AC: Summer of Love in the next console generation. There's, like, no other relevant time period more important than the groovy '50s - '60s, amirite?
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True posted January 25, 2012:

You make me happy, J-Man.
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WilltheGreat posted January 27, 2012:

Calling it now. Next AC game will start amidst the Bolshevik revolution, touch down in postwar Nazi Germany, and finish in America during the Cold War.
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EmP posted January 27, 2012:

Calling it: Next AC will also contain pretentious rubbish and the historic accuracy of a Micheal Bay war film.
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zippdementia posted January 28, 2012:

Calling it: I won't be playing any of them.
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Suskie posted January 28, 2012:

There are two kinds of people in this world: People who bash the Assassin's Creed series based entirely on their experience with the first game, and people who are taken seriously.
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zippdementia posted January 29, 2012:

Really? You mean the world isn't made up of just Suskie and then everyone else?

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