This week we travel back through time to spoil Assassin’s Creed 2. On the show this time is Randy, Mats and Gavin, and if there’s one thing they all love its stabbing dudes, so watch out!
If you feel like there was something in the game we forgot to spoil, please feel free to leave a comment below.
7 thoughts on “Spoiler Alert! Assassin’s Creed 2”
I do love stabbing dudes….I really, really do.
I want to listen to this, but I want to do it one a run.
When will it be on Itunes?
Erm…it already is. Remeber, Spoiler Alert is on a different feed than Elder-Speek. You migth also have to manually refresh the feed, sometimes iTunes is a bit slow. If that still doesn’t work let me know, but I’m pretty sure everything should be a-okey on our side. Thanks
just got it… it doesn’t have a release date, so its at the bottom of the list and wouldn’t auto-download.
I swear it wasn’t there this morning.
I do not share your love for Assassin’s Creed 2… to me, everything (besides the story) felt shallow. I know that most of the problems from the first game was fixed in the sequel, but I still liked the first game more.
I personally want to see more of Desmond (give me my modern/future platforming). I feel like Assassins Creed 2 was a stepping stone for the upcoming third game. A lot of cool ideas were shown but never expanded/explained (the Altiar birth section), which added to the shallow feeling that I got from this game.
I think you make a good point. But a lot of this is sequel-itis. Part 2 of any series always feels a little hollow. So many unanswered questions…. so many things touched upon and never really fleshed out.
I totally get where you’re coming from, but I still love this game.
And I completely see why everyone loves it, which pains me since I can’t seem to do so. I really like the series, I like the concept, I like the platforming, I like the story, I even like the Counter-attack combat… yet, something still isn’t quite right with each individual game.
The first game is obvious (bugs, design problems), but it seemed to have more soul than the second game. The sequel fixed the bugs and pacing, but seemed to miss something that made the first game bearable.
I wish I could love AC2 like everyone else… but it just didn’t meet my expectations (which are probably very high for the series).
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