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Crossing BOTH MAPS w/o TOUCHING the Ground! The Floor is Lava Challenge (Assassin’s Creed Unity)   Leave a comment

Is it possible to cross both Versailles and Paris maps in Assassin’s Creed Unity without touching the ground? In this video, I’ll do the “Floor is Lava” challenge, previously attempted on the New York map in Assassin’s Creed Rogue on PS3 (I made it three-quarters of the way through).

I start from the farthest “non-ground” surface on one side of the map and climb/hop/scale walls, trees, roofs, and other above ground objects towards the opposite side without touching the main ground.

Below are interesting sections in the playthrough:

00:17 – Explanation of the challenge
01:22 – Start of Versailles section
04:48 – Close Call #1
05:23 – ???
06:40 – Close Call #2
07:11 – Almost at the other side of the map

07:35 – Next up, Paris!
08:57 – Start of Paris section
11:00 – YOLO Jump, Close Call #3
16:30 – ????
17:10 – Co-op dude says ‘Hi’
20:30 – Heading to row houses on top of bridge
21:28 – ?????
23:55 – Two-thirds of the way across Paris map
24:22 – Close Call #4
26:41 – Rant about how beautiful this game is
30:00 – Home stretch
32:23 – Scaring bullies
34:30 – Random cat

Music:
Alex Nekita – Jazz background music 15 min(Free download – CC)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Assassin’s Creed Unity Soundtrack – Pause Menu

I’m done.

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Duck Walking Through Assassin’s Creed Unity (Time Lapse)   Leave a comment

The streaming quality was so-so in my previous video. Whenever I have too much movement going on, the screen starts tearing and pixelating. Unless I’m directly connected to the Internet, my stream quality will be a downgrade. I managed to get my Live Gamer Portable working on PS4. I can get 1080P HD resolution. Only problem is it can’t get to 60FPS at 1080P. Good thing is AC Unity maxes out at 30FPS on consoles, I believe.

So this is a first for my channel and for this series: Duck Walking.

In previous AC games (AC3, AC4, and AC Rogue), crouching is contextual. There is no dedicated crouch button. Your character automatically crouches when you’re near a hiding spot like tall grass, plants, and when you’re stalking a target. AC Unity introduced a crouch button. This means you could crouch walk throughout the entire game as long as you’re not running. This is me duck walking through the main game maps (Versailles and Paris) to see how long it takes cross.

Music:
Duck Tales – The Moon (Mega Drive Soundfont) by Num-Kirby

I’m done.

Strolling Through Assassin’s Creed Unity (Time Lapse)   Leave a comment

I haven’t played the rest of the Assassin’s Creed franchise in the current gen consoles. I’m working my way up from Unity to Odyssey right now. Of all the stories I’ve played so far, Unity’s is the most tragic.

It’s been a while since my last Assassin’s Creed videos. I decided to try and record walking through the main game maps (Versailles and Paris) live with PS4.

Music from Assassin’s Creed Unity:
On Father’s Watch
Versailles for Sore Eyes
Artists: Chris Tilton, Sarah Schachner

I’m done.

Diary of a Gamer   1 comment

I’ve been dreading to write this post only for the fact that I’ll have to follow it up in the next few weeks with dedicated reviews and first impressions of all the games I’ve played over the last several months. One thing is for sure, though: I’m not making reviews for Candy Crush Saga and Bubble Witch Saga. I’ll start with the basics of what’s up in the gaming front.

I sold my Nintendo DS Lite along with all my DS games. I bought in college, back when it was on sale and many of my college friends were playing them. The last time I played any of my DS games were in 2011. I had 5 games unfinished. I was fine parting ways with it. I received a lot of store credit for the trade, which I used to reserve Beyond: Two Souls back in May. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to play The Last of Us. It came out last month in June and many were blown away. I saw the first 20 minutes of game and that was not fun (read as sad). I’ll probably get around to playing that game eventually. That and Beyond: Two Souls are the last exclusive PS3 games in 2013, if not ever.

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