Assassin's Creed is as much a movie as it is a video game. With more than three hours of dialogue--or cut scenes as they are called in the gaming industry--it is a story that gamers spend tens of hours playing. There are multiple titles in the game series with more scheduled to be released. Watching the scenes is a must to play the game and grasp the plot. If you are playing the game for the second time or replaying a part of the game again, there are ways to skip the cut scenes and get to the action.
Skipping the Dialogues in Assassin's Creed
Approach the character slowly. Allow yourself a little room before going right up to him.
Press and hold the high profile button then jump toward the person.
Press the lock on button immediately after you jump so the person will start their dialogue. Your character will jump into the other character. This causes him to lose his balance, which stops him from talking. You can then continue the action part of the game.
Skipping the Dialogues in Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood
Enter the Pause Menu by pressing "Start."
Select "Skip Cinematic" in the Pause Menu. This will skip most of the dialogue scenes in the game.
Return to the game.
Tips & Warnings
- Do not skip the dialogue if you have never played the game before. The dialogue provides information that you will need for your missions.
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