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Marcus Holloway from Watch Dogs 2

Marcus Holloway (voiced by Ruffin Prentiss) is the main protagonist of Watch Dogs 2.  Marcus was born in Los Angeles, but raised in Oakland, and becomes a prolific hacktivist, gaining entrance to sensitive documents regarding a government surveillance program under the name Retr0.  Marcus is eventually recruited by DedSec, and joins in order to take down Blume and CTOS 2.0.  Marcus wears dark jeans, brown boots, and a blue jacket.  He uses glasses, and wears darker sunglasses and a face covering to obscure his identity when necessary.  His phone in the game is based on an iPhone 5, but you can use your own smartphone to complete the look.  If you don’t want to purchase Marcus’s specific bag, you could use a dark colored messenger bag and personalize it with your own pins and buttons.

Sam Fisher from Splinter Cell

Sam Fisher (voiced by Michael Ironside in nearly every iteration including Conviction) is the protagonist of Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell series.  A decorated Navy SEAL, former CIA operative, and member of the Third Eschelon within the NSA, Sam is a formidable and deadly opponent; not someone you want to come up against in the field.  In the original Splinter Cell, Sam wears camouflage pants and a tactical vest, as well as green night-vision goggles in order to complete the parameters of his mission.

Ash From Rainbow Six Siege

Eliza “Ash” Cohen is an Attacking Operator featured in Ubisoft’s first-person shooter game Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. Ash’s unique ability is being able to wield and shoot the M120 CREM with 2 breaching rounds which will burrow into a surface and detonate automatically.

Ratonhnhaké:ton Kenway

In Assassin’s Creed, Ratonhnhaké:ton, adopted name Connor Kenway, is a master assassin active during the American Revolutionary War. Born into the Kanien’kehá:ka tribe, he is an ancestor of Desmond Miles, who goes on to relive the lives of Altair and Ezio.

Jason Brody

In Far Cry 3, Jason Brody is vacationing with friends on the Rook Islands when they’re captured by pirates. Following his near-fatal escape, he follows the path of the warrior and develops his skills so that he can rescue those he left behind.

Ajay Ghale

In Far Cry 4, Ajay Ghale is a young Kyrati-American of Nepali origin who returns to his native country to spread his mother’s ashes. His mission is interrupted though when his bus is attacked and he finds himself caught between the violent king’s royal army and the rebels of the Golden Path.

Aiden Pearce

In the video game Watch Dogs, Aiden Pearce hacks computer systems in order to bring justice to those responsible for his niece’s death. Don’t let the baseball cap fool you — Aiden is a gray hat hacker all the way.

Ezio from Assassin’s Creed II

In Assassin’s Creed II, Desmond uses an improved version of the Animus to view Ezio Auditore da Firenze, a nobleman from the late 15th century in Florence. Ezio witnesses the execution of his father and brothers by order of a corrupt official named Borgia and sets out for revenge against him and the Templars.

Altair from Assassin’s Creed

In Assassin’s Creed, Desmond Miles uses a machine called the Animus to control the actions of his genetic ancestor Altaïr ibn-La’Ahad. Altaïr must keep a low cover while assassinating ten Knights Templar, all while the Third Crusade rages in the background.