I cannot believe I have not see anyone else comment on this: Assassin's Creed 3 is a humungous ass-shaking simulator. And this is literally one of the first actions you get to take as a player in the the game.
Start the game, walk a little as Desmond, then it gives you access to the "high profile" buton to run. And Desmond shakes his money maker. Seriously, as soon as he enters "high profile" there is this shake that starts at his head, works down to his hips and settles there. If you tap R1 (or RB) a little less than once per second, he just continues to shake his butt at the camera. It is ridiculous. How did no one point this out in QA?
Alright, I haven't gotten past sequence 3 yet, so I am still slogging around as a douchey Brit, but even he shakes it. He is a fair bit slower, but he still waggles his hips and struts his stodgy stuff.
Okay, so here is the topic for disucssion: How has AC3 been out for weeks and youTube is not filled with Desmond dancing vidoes? Adam Jensen only made it a week before his wall dancing became a meme. OR, did Ubisoft do this on purpose so that AC3 would become a meme? Is this a sneaky joke by the developers that will take on a life of its own? (Think "arrow in the knee").
Or do I just stare at butts too much? I took Tim Rogers advice to immediately try and make your protagonist look silly as soon as you get control of them, but this is not what I was expecting. "I never asked for this" indeed.