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"(British accent) 'Ello, Internet. Welcome to GAME THEORY, (laughs, normal voice) that wasn't even close! With that, we're stopping right there. Hello, Internet. Welcome to GAME THEORY, where we sometimes take off our squeaky-clean Theorist hat, send the cute little theories about Peachy and the Mushroom Kingdom to bed, and get down 'n' dirty to celebrate the seedy criminal underworld of Victorian England. (*epic Victorian music*) Uh, okay."

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"EXPOSING the Real Gangs of Assassin's Creed Syndicate"

EXPOSING the Real Gangs

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Release date October 25, 2015
Length 15:54
Link EXPOSING the Real Gangs of Assassin's Creed Syndicate
GT Episode Guide
Episode 122
Series Game Theory
Game Assassin's Creed Syndicate
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EXPOSING the Real Gangs of Assassin's Creed Syndicate (subtitled STRAIGHT OUTTA LONDON) is the 122nd episode of Game Theory and its fourth episode on Assassin's Creed on The Game Theorists.

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When you think of Assassin's Creed Syndicate, you think gangs. But our version of gangs are the Bloods and the Cryps...not the Peaky Blinders, the 40 Elephants, and the Green Gates. London gangs in the 1800's may have had the cutest names ever, but they were serious business. In AC Syndicate, we know there's gang activity going on, but this episode of Game Theory exposes whether the activity you see in the game could have actually been a real London gang or whether the in-game history is just a load'a'rubbish!

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