January 31, 2010
Assassins Creed 2 for PC March 16th
Release back in November in the US for the 360 and the PS3, now the PC gets its chance at the Creed II. Game prices expected to be 59.99 for the retail version, and the Black Edition which is digital content only, and including additional digital content will be 64.99. K that’s a lot of fu**in doe. I am not what one would consider a rich man. And dropping over 60 bucks for a game that is not a multiplayer game, therefore losing its replayability status with me (with the exception of Fallout 3) putting up that much money is a hard pill to swallow, especially when I’ve just upgraded my PC and going to be spending about that much on Modern Warfare 2 in a month or so (birthday). But I did play through the 1st one, and enjoyed it a lot.
This title comes improved from the original in many ways that good sequels come from good originals. Upping the ante with recommended system requirements to at least a dual core at 2.6 GHz, GeForce 8800 GT (I have this one) ATI Radeon HD 4700 or better. Besides awesome visuals (of course more stunning with a smoking computer) the story is set in 2 times, 2012 and the 15th Century Italy during the Italian Renaissance (rebirth of Science and humanism) a awesome timeframe filled with violence, advancement and kick ass cities. And it doesn’t hurt to have a friend name Leonardo Da Vinci that will help you on your quest, giving you cool inventions that allow you to experience the landscape in many cool ways. So if you haven’t checked this one out for the PS3 or Xbox, check it out for the PC, I know I will.