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Game Description: Picking up where Assassin's Creed left off, this hand-held iteration follows assassin Altair as he tries to eliminate a band of displaced Templars in the city of Cyprus. The game features the series' signature free running gameplay, along with eight new mission types, and also serves as the narrative link between the original game and Assassin's Creed II.
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