Alonzo Batilla Stories July 31, 2014

Ubisoft is offering Assassin’s Creed Pirates for almost FREE right now on Google Play. You can pick up the game for just $0.10 down from the usual $6, beating the lowest we’ve seen it go for on Android.

Following the story Alonzo Batilla, “a young and ambitious captain,” players will engage in intense naval combat with more than 50 story missions spread across a “vast array of islands” in the Caribbean. You can also expect more on the struggle between templars and Assassin’s from the main console series as well as some notable faces from last year’s Black Flag including Blackbeard, Sam Bellamy and Ben Hornigold. The game also features much of the ship/crew customization and leveling aspects along with an impressive weather system for a mobile title.

The game has picked up mostly positive reviews and has scored big with Android users at 4 stars from 25,515 ratings. Be sure to check our daily roundups for all the best deals in gaming and head below for AC Pirates Naval Combat trailer.

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Alonzo Batilla Stories February 11, 2014

Updates:

In today’s best game/app deals, Assassin’s Creed Pirates has dropped from $5 down to $3, the highly rated Diner Dash Deluxe is 50% off, and the Borderlands 2 + Borderlands GOTY pack for PC is $12 again along with the BioShock triple pack at $15. The BioShock bundle includes all three games on PC, but Infinite will also redeem through Steam on the Mac as well.

AC Pirates follows main character Alonzo Batilla, and features real-time naval battles, iconic boats of the Golden Age of Piracy, and 50 story and side missions spread throughout the Caribbean. “Become one of the most feared pirates of the Caribbean in this exclusive Assassin’s Creed adventure on smartphones and tablets!” Today’s discount is the very first time the game has dropped in price for iOS since it released last December.

The final entry in Lightning’s story releases today with Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII. The game features a much more action oriented battle system compared to previous titles, replacing the classic Final Fantasy job system and takes place some 500 years after FF XIII and its sequel.

Be sure to head below for today’s iOS discounts and freebies:

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