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Talented parkour runner Ronnie Shalvis is back again with a new Assassin's Creed video based on the latest entry in the Assassin's Creed franchise. This guy can run with style just as well in the woods as he can in the city.
Devin Graham shot and edited the video. You can see more of his work on his YouTube page.
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at :32 he could've grabbed the musket, shot the guy on the horse, and that whole chase could have been avoided
Good video i like it
Wow, no freaking way! So crazy stuff like this IS possible?! That's some incredible choreography right there. Kudos to Ronnie.
I know most of that seemed unnecessary, but it is the whole point of the video. I like the video. It is ridiculous how he's able to do all of this.
I guess periphial vision was around back then. How do you not see the guy in white climbing a branch in the open over the road? Also, how did he get the rope to stay in the ground and hold a person up? Guess I missed the tent stake he would have needed. Was that a quarter he found in the woods? I know he wasn't tracking anything since he took a shortcut through the woods to catch the guy on the horse. Overall a good video. Nice scenery. Nice costumes. Decent free running.
he's great.. but there's one thing he continues to do that has not been placed in the game and thats... flipping.. no-where have i seen backflips, forward flips, side slips, the flipping is not part of AC.. love the video besides that false pretense.
lol also seems AC3 has him limited in what he can do this time around lol. Connor is the revolution!.. without flips
That's easy to do...once you figure out the crazy controls that is;)
Kinda cool. I feel like some of the random flips were pretty pointless. It would have been better if he actually run up and jumped around some trees.
Great jumps, useless flips and only paritally AC related....5/10
what a bunch of asshats.
The video was to showcase the guys parkour skills in a video game pretense.
I thought it was great and the music sounded eerlity similar to the opening of AC II
I wonder how long it took him to learn those moves....
I would've broken my neck if I tried to do any of that.
I always love how no one in games ever thinks to look up. Their peripheral vision must be horrible.
My boss walked by and wondered why my brain was all over the floor.....