Well, Halloween is just around the corner and if you've always wanted to go as a medieval assassin, Ubisoft and Atlanta Cutlery and Museum Replicas are giving you the opportunity.

As noted by Kotaku , the agreement allows the latter company to create wristblades (the "Assassin Extension Knife," as pictured here), throwing knives, swords, and all the required clothing that goes along with the outfit, right down to the boots. All this stuff can make you look exactly like Altair in Assassin's Creed but if you purchase the whole smash, it'll cost you over $1000, so you had best be gung-ho about the idea. All this gear is available now and it seems Atlanta Cutlery and Museum Replicas will start shipping new items based on Ezio's character in the sequel, which is scheduled to launch next month. If you want to wait – maybe you'll prefer Ezio – those goodies will be ready some time in the second quarter of next year. If this interests you, feel free to peruse the selection ; maybe you'll find something tailor-made to your liking. As for the weapons, we get the feeling they may be more decorative than functional but even so, be careful with those things, yes?

Next on the list should be Solid Snake. We want the whole kit 'n kaboodle, right down to a silver-haired wig (if we're going for "Old Snake" in MGS4). Who else might we want to look like? Kratos from God of War ? Well, if you don't have the requisite physique, that might be downright comical.

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LegendaryWolfeh
LegendaryWolfeh
11 years ago

SSSWWWEEEETTTTT

Being Altair would be sweet, but the price isn't =(

Zorigo
Zorigo
11 years ago

i would so wanna be ezio, snake or nate drake ūüėČ

fatelementality
fatelementality
11 years ago

I remember when I was little there was a magazine that sold A full rubber Batman (Michael Keaton) costume for around 500. I wanted it sooooo bad. Ahhh……broken dreams.

Gabriel013
Gabriel013
11 years ago

"we get the feeling they may be more decorative than functional but even so"

I wouldn't bet on that considering where they are from. I've bought items from these battle replica type places and the weapons are very much functional.

Ben Dutka PSXE
Ben Dutka PSXE
11 years ago

It usually depends, though. And I think they have to tell you if it's functional…although I can't remember.

Xbox_Killer
Xbox_Killer
11 years ago

The Assassin Extension Knife is real. It sucks though because there is no shipping to California.

ace_boon_coon
ace_boon_coon
11 years ago

i don't have $1000 for this. some of us have bills and gaming to do

nogoat23
nogoat23
11 years ago

If given this costume as a gift, raise your hand if you would wear it non-stop for a week.

Xbox_Killer
Xbox_Killer
11 years ago

I'd never take it off.

WorldEndsWithMe
WorldEndsWithMe
11 years ago

Somebody is gonna get stabbed on Halloween.

LegendaryWolfeh
LegendaryWolfeh
11 years ago

LOL, and they'll never know who did it because he'll happen to run into a pack of costume monks

Mandalorion382
Mandalorion382
11 years ago

Its all well and good having a costume of Altair… but comon… for halloween, who is that going to "scare" hahahahahaha

___________
___________
11 years ago

how are those things legal?
were not even allowed to walk the streets with a pocket knife let alone a hidden wrist blade.

OriginalSin
OriginalSin
11 years ago

Hahaha that's awesome…. But if the blade is real there will be so much sh*t. I know I would probably end up stabbing myself…more than once I might ad. Especially if you get drunk and start showing people all there"tricks" you just figured out… Come on man you know how guys get.

Plus I know I would try and stab all the snacks and us it as a kind of fork in some way… Crazy stuff man… and i bet you YouTube will be filled fill disaster clips from that alone…

Still extremely cool thou….

Fane1024
Fane1024
11 years ago

But do you have to cut off your ring finger? ;P