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Italy during the Renaissance, a beautiful site really. None of us could really live through the time or otherwise you wouldn’t be reading this. So we have the art, the language, the culture, but to go through the experience in itself is a whole other thing. Enter Assassin’s Creed II, the answer to living the experience. The story still follows Desmond Miles, but now he is traversing through a new ancestor. That ancestor has become an icon in the series, I proudly introduce Ezio Auditore da Firenze.
I have a new plan of what I want to bring here to Gamer’s Dish. Something other than game reviews and previews from Matt? That’s fucking insane! No, it’s really not insane, though it could be. Anyways though, I want to start doing some comic reviews to the site, bring a little more geek to this place and geek it up even more than what I could already do.
If you hear the words “Remember Me”, I think a pretty good idea of that is someone asking if you have a memory of them from something like high school, or a party, or some other random event, and maybe you have some synapses firing through your brain to be able to trace where you saw their face. Other times, it could be you suffering from a case of amnesia, hoping that someone might be able to help you find your way back to who you are. In the case of this week’s release of “Remember Me” that seems to be the likely of cases.
So, Microsoft took it upon themselves to release to us another operating system…yay. Note my enthusiasm on this. After in October, every computer got switched out from the comfortable flavor of Windows 7 to Windows 8. Windows 8 for some is seen as an opportunity to be more user friendly and make things a little bit prettier on the outside of everything. Well, I honestly feel like Microsoft’s valiant attempts were complete bullshit.
I confess, lately I have been very lazy and have been denying my first true and only love: video games. I was blinded by a few things, had distractions, but I believe that I am back and am going to be more bad ass than ever. Starting with the new lease on change and falling in love with binary bits once again, I’m coming out with a new schedule and a new idea on things to do for the benefit of having this website get off the ground.
Space: To some it has been called the final frontier. To others, it’s a cold place that is dead. I vote on the latter in this case. Why? Because fuckin’ Dead Space 3 that’s why! Yes, the creepy game that we all played in the dark in the wee hours of morning and scared the living shit out of ourselves is back with a third installment making this finally a trilogy.
“That’s it man! Game over man! Game over!” Well, turns out the game isn’t over just yet, it’s only just starting (wow that sounded cheesy). Seriously though, if you don’t know that classic iconic line in sci-fi cinema history, then you really are living under a fucking rock. Today, we delve lightly into Aliens: Colonial Marines. It’s a first-person-shooter where we get to be a part of the fight of humans vs. The Aliens.
After its initial release, gamers used Crysis as a benchmarking tool on PC to test how powerful their system was compared to those of their buddies. But now, with its release on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, in a way this game has become a bit of a cult phenomenon. I mean really, what’s more awesome than having a badass Nanosuit that can harden armor, make someone a chameleon and does a load of other things. The reason I speak of this is because we have a new installment in the Crysis series, the third actually.
Can you think of anything better than demon hunting? I sure as hell can’t! What’s exciting though is we get to glimpse at it once again with DmC: Devil May Cry. But a twist though with this in the series, it seems more like it’s a precursor to everything. Dante has no white hair, and good freaking lord he’s young!