Ubisoft just announced the upcoming release of new downloadable content for Assassin's Creed Brotherhood and entitled "The Da Vinci Disappearance". In story mode, you will be given 8 new missions that will allow you to discover two new locations as well as two new gameplay features. The pitch is pretty simple: Da Vinci goes missing and Ezio obviously decides to go after him, searching for some of his paintings as they are his only lead. Multiplayer addicts will not be forgotten as the DLC will feature one new map set in Spain (Grenada), two new game modes and four new playable characters. It will cost you 800 Microsoft points to get it on Xbox Live, no price yet on PSN but it should be around $10.
@Moonwalker: he should talk to high profile class publishers like squenix for remake, Atlus for Persona or Sega for exclusive development. no need for shit junk like *let me check AGB shit blog* ... (5 minutes ago)
They should talk to Platinum Games... lol (13 minutes ago)
Because there are plenty of JRPGs and other genres that could be on Xbox, but aren't. I would love to see Nioh (or is that a full exclusive?) Yakuza? Yeah fat chance I know. (21 minutes ago)
Phil Spencer is going to Japan next week to talk to third party publishers. Hoping to bring more Japanese games to Xbox. That's good, wonder if things are going to improve on that end. (22 minutes ago)
@nostradamus: got RO on PC :D (59 minutes ago)
@aphex187: then forget avalanche studio's just cause series and play Renegade Ops. Awesome looking and fun to play vheicular co-op action shump (1 Hour ago)