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Assassin's Creed II: Discovery
Game Description: Join Ezio as he travels to Spain to rescue a band of fellow assassin's from the terrors of the Spanish Inquisition. Once there though, Ezio uncovers a Templar plot to discovery the New World, and it will be up to him to stop it. Explore cities with the same sense of freedom and movement the franchise is known for, and pull off fluid assassinations and acrobatics with ease.
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