So despite Ubisoft saying they wouldn't do this they have turned Assassin's Creed into a damned annual release just like Call of Duty. I remember one of the head guys at Ubisoft saying before AC3 launched that the reason AC2, Brotherhood, and Revelations were annual releases was because they wanted to wrap up Ezio's story before 2012 as that's when this cataclysmic event is supposed to happen in the series. But now we've had AC3 come out last year and now AC4 has not only been announced but a launch trailer has been released. I've owned them all so far but they're starting to get pretty boring now. I finally got AC Brotherhood near the end of 2011, then was given AC Revelations for Christmas that year. So I played through Brotherhood. I then took a break because I was all Assassined out. I finally started on Revelations around October last year and I got AC3 for Christmas, which I still haven't opened. I still have to finish Revelations, THEN start AC3, and now they're talking about AC god damned 4. Sure the pirate theme is something a lot of people love, I can take it or leave it but it's got to be better than 18th century Colonial America right? I just feel that with all the great games I want to play and the steadily declining interest I seem to have for Assassin's Creed games coupled with the crappiness of annual releases might be enough fo m e to call it a day on the series. Any of you lot looking forward to this?