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XBOX ONE首发纪念 帖!帖!帖!【稀有成就】 交友达人【普通成就】 成就猎人Rank.D【普通成就】 水元素【普通成就】 浮云爱好者【普通成就】 S·P·Y【稀有成就】 管理团队【光辉事迹】 常客【普通成就】

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by Erik Norris

失去家庭和家人的生活毫无意义


  (可能是跳转的缘故 wiki里的《枷锁》资料就跳转到AC的词条里,要看下它的资料请到 HK谷歌→查询“Assassin’s Creed: The Chain ”→到wiki 查看就okay,我会在文章最后贴上图片)


  那对画家和艺术家的二人组,斯图尔特·卡梅伦(Cameron Stewart )和卡尔(Karl Kerschl ),以闪电般的速度推出了第一个《刺客信条》的漫画系列--《陨落/秋天

  这是极其大胆地从漫画上取材作为电视游戏的蓝本(大家都清楚,刺客信条 本身就是游戏,题材应该 承袭本来就拥有“官方的资源”)

  《刺客信条:枷锁》不单单被大众所接纳,而且足以成为《刺客信条》系列里面的经典

  不知何故地,他们完成了一嗰不可思议的传奇,游戏不仅仅迎合了老爱好者的口味,甚至也吸引了不少新的消费群

  让大家都热衷投入到《刺客信条》的世界里(diving into headfirst like it’s a pile of hay,是刺客信条 的惯常躲避追兵而跳进 草堆的行为,所以小弟就如此翻译了)

  如今,斯图尔特·卡梅伦(Cameron Stewart )和卡尔(Karl Kerschl )正在为《陨落/秋天》出一本续集的书--《枷锁》,延续着刺客尼古拉·奥伟洛夫(4号实验体·丹尼尔·克洛斯)在1900年初的俄罗斯与圣殿骑士团的故事。

  最令人称奇的是《刺客信条:枷锁》一反常规,然而在《陨落/秋天》(前作)里,奥伟洛夫都深受大家的爱戴,而圣殿骑士团则孤立无门,奥伟洛夫就犹如耶稣降临一般拯救苍生

  而《刺客信条:枷锁》却是塑造 奥伟洛夫的另外一段荣耀背后的人生,让观众都能感受到周遭的人的重要性、家庭的重要性

  《刺客信条:枷锁》会是一出赞人热泪的悲剧,故事涵盖了一嗰家庭和一嗰失去身份而努力寻求回到家庭温暖的男人(刺客都嘚隐姓埋名)

  当然喇,对于《刺客信条》的粉丝来说,这不算什么

  可是斯图尔特·卡梅伦(Cameron Stewart )和卡尔(Karl Kerschl )已经获得《刺客信条》所有“神话”的特许经营权了

  起码书**够吸引不少文学爱好者吖,铁杆粉丝当然不在话下喇

  现在这几部漫画跟书籍的主题都是环绕于“道德层面”和“华丽的辞藻”,为的就是让斯图尔特·卡梅伦(Cameron Stewart )和卡尔(Karl Kerschl )继续延续着《刺客信条》这嗰大招牌(育碧:《**风暴》将会是我们下一款主打游戏),故事模式不再是被过去的“传统”给束缚住了

刺客信条回归到漫画


  从视觉的角度来看,寒冬的囚禁(枷锁,囚禁,为了好玩,小弟就这么翻译了)就像是绚烂的秋天(Fall 一语双关)过后的情景


  斯图尔特·卡梅伦(Cameron Stewart )和卡尔(Karl Kerschl )两位在此(漫画和书籍)分享他们对《刺客信条)的艺术理解


  结果是“撼动人心”的


  《刺客信条:枷锁》是有史以来捕捉细节最高,依靠细说 破碎的家庭让每一个阅览者都低头哭泣


  这本书可能会在某些剧情上比较拖泥带水,但这书的本来就不是那些爆炸性的作品,它是一本需要阅览者把它带到一嗰宁静的地方或者坐车时阅览的


  老实说,我(IGN 作者)当时随手就翻到后面的几页,故事内容相当的能够吸引我的眼球


  确切的来说,《刺客信条:枷锁》像似能把时间停顿了一样,让书中的思想意图渗透给读者


  如果你是喜欢这类小说(游戏改编、慢节奏、悲剧元素)的话,就算是胡萝卜加大棒,你也会把它给啃嗰精光的


  《刺客信条:枷锁》是《陨落/秋天》一部相当不俗的续作,斯图尔特·卡梅伦(Cameron Stewart )和卡尔(Karl Kerschl )这两位仁兄都已经打算利用文字(写书)开始 建造一嗰属于《刺客信条》的宇宙空间出来了


  《刺客信条:枷锁》将会提供一嗰非常美妙而伟大的故事,让喜欢美丽的艺术和深爱AC系列的人置身其中


  你是否已经打算加入这嗰阵营之中呢?




原文:

Assassin’s Creed: The Chain Review

What life is worth living without family and friends?

The writer/artist duo of Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl caught lightning in a bottle with the first Assassin’s Creed comic series, The Fall. It’s exceptionally rare to find a comic based off a video game that’s not only tolerable, but great. Yet, somehow Stewart and Kerschl were able to perform that miracle, offering up a comic series that catered to both the hardcore Assassin’s Creed crowd and newcomers alike with a set of engaging characters occupying a fantastical world that’s worth diving into headfirst like it’s a pile of hay.

Now, Stewart and Kerschl have returned for a follow-up book called The Chain, which is a direct sequel to The Fall and continues the adventures of assassin Nikolai Orelov in early 1900s Russia and Templar Daniel Cross in modern times. The most interesting aspect of The Chain is that it inverts the dynamics between our lead characters and the people who surround them. Whereas in The Fall, Orelov was shown as a man surrounded by people who loved him and Cross was cast as the loner with no one to turn to, The Chain displays Orelov as the man now on his own and on the run while Cross is treated as sort of a messiah figure for the rest of the Templar order to aspire to. It’s an engaging dynamic shift that puts into perspective how important the people around you are in shaping what kind of person you turn out to be.
But while Daniel Cross might be showered with praise at every turn, The Chain is very much a tragedy on all accounts. This is a story that covers the severing of a family and a man who is truly lost and struggling to find his identity. For Assassin’s Creed fans, these themes are nothing new, but Stewart and Kerschl wrap them in a package that feels fresh while still adding to the overall mythology of the Assassin’s Creed franchise. Newcomers to the book should also be able to step away satisfied with the story at hand, even if they aren’t diehard Assassin’s Creed fans. The themes, morals, and delicate character work on display from Stewart and Kerschl are what make this story worth experiencing, not just that it’s tied to the lore of Assassin’s Creed.

Assassin's Creed Returns to Comics

From a visual point of view, The Chain looks just as gorgeous as The Fall before it. Both Stewart and Kerschl share art duties here, and the final results are quite breathtaking. It’s clear both artists gave everything they had to this project and therefore every page is a beauty to ogle over. The art of The Chain is dynamic, expressive, and a great complement to the story at hand, capturing the energetic highs of the book’s actions sequences and the depressing lows of a family being torn apart.
The one area of The Chain that might irk some is the very subdued finale. The book doesn’t conclude on an explosive high note, but instead chooses to end on a quiet moment to drive home its point. I’ll be honest, I read the book’s final few panels and flipped the page fully expecting more story. Denied. The Chain just kind of stops, leaving the reader to his thoughts about the true intention of the book’s final scene. If you like experiencing fiction that leaves you with a carrot on a stick to chew on far after you’ve finished it, then The Chain’s ending should satisfy. But if you want a definitive stamp on these characters, you’re not going to get it here.
The Chain is absolutely a worthy follow-up to The Fall. Cameron Stewart and Karl Kerschl have done a fantastic job grooming these characters in the vast Assassin’s Creed universe. Better yet, like The Fall before it, both Assassin’s Creed fanatics and newcomers can enjoy The Chain. Whether you fall into the former or the latter camp, The Chain offers a great narrative, engaging characters and beautiful art worth buying into.
You can order a copy of Assassin’s Creed: The Chain through Ubisoft’s Ubi Workshop online store.


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The Fall Deluxe Edition我在亚马逊就看到1家卖的,死贵,算邮费64刀,赶上AC3的首发价了。 ...

$64……不会吧……

$64……那我情愿入手 “工作组”版(起码送《刺客百科》

一大本书……值吖!!!

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