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A Cut Above - Assassin's Creed II PC Game Review

There are some games that leave an indelible impression on you for life, and Assassins Creed II is one of those games. From the start, we become embroiled in a dark plot that is taking place in a near future time, meeting a character who is mentally transported back in history to the time of the Renaissance Italy, envisaging the life of his predecessor, Ezio Auditori. 304 more words

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The rest is up to me, Assassin's Creed II

It’s a little weird to be completing Assassin’s Creed II in 2015 when there are now a bajillion more entries in the series, some of which are universally praised and others, such as… 684 more words


2015 Game Review Haiku, #26 – Assassin's Creed II

Desmond, Ezio
Caught in political plot
Stab stab climb jump stab

From 2012 all through 2013, I wrote little haikus here at Grinding Down… 60 more words


Turns out, with videogames, you can go home again

I’m not one hundred percent sure who the “they” is, but they often say you can’t go home again. It’s a phrase I think about a lot, with plans to eventually draw a short little comic involving children, forest monsters, and cranky parents about the notion. 1,036 more words


Assassins Creed II - Review

Posted on Tuesday, December 22nd, 2009 in Gaming & Tech, Gaming Review.

Ezio lights up the Italian Renaissance

Format: PS3(version played), Xbox 360, PC… 778 more words