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The release date was broken, as I just picked up my PS3 Master Assassin edition from Gamestop today. Free-running and parkour through the rooftops is as fun as always. The cutscenes are shorter and feature some quicktime events, so its not just watching Altair and Al Mualim talk for 5 minutes straight. Storyline is a bit more engaging and personal as well, and Ezio is a much more fleshed out character than Altair was. Although I'm still only on part 3 of 15 or so, and I've only really seen one city so far, but it looks to keep my attention and be more fun to play than the first one, which I felt got really repetitive and had to force myself to complete.
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