Assassin’s Creed Unity is probably one of the biggest projects Ubisoft’s ever taken on. Set in Paris, France, the game takes place during the French Revolution (1789-1799) which pits you, the player playing as Arno Dorian (aka. Le Fancypants), against the true powers behind the uprising. Being in France you’d naturally think the people doing the voice acting would be French-speaking, right? Or at least have some sort of a French accent? Well, Ubisoft says the game doesn’t need it because it doesn’t fit into how the series’ deus ex machina, the Animus, apparently translates everything for you already.