This Is What A Japanese Assassin’s Creed Should Look Like


Artist Vin Hill might still be a relative newcomer to the video game industry, but his conceptual sketches for a Japanese Assassin’s Creed game are truly spectacular.

Vin’s overall idea is to set an Assassin’s Creed game in Kyoto, Japan during the Meiji restoration period in the 19th century–this was a rather turbulent time during Japan’s history, as the entire nation was rushing forward into modernity after centuries of self-imposed exile from the outside world. I really hope this becomes an actual game soon!

Check out some more of Vin’s art after the break…

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If you like Vin’s work, you can check out some more of his stuff over on his online portfolio.

(via Kotaku)


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