This is actually a setting that I was hoping the Assassin's Creed franchise would eventually tackle. After taking a break from the series this year, I'll likely be craving a new AC by the time this comes out. I imagine Ubisoft will be more willing to delay future games rather than putting out an unfinished product.
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As someone who has never really watched anime, I really enjoyed Attack on Titan. That show seems to be receiving huge amounts of attention from far beyond the niche of people that regularly watch anime. It may be a good place to start.
There are a shocking number of people in this thread saying that they like the gameplay but can't fathom how people like the story. I don't understand how anyone could bring themselves to play through those games without at least semi-enjoying the story.
Dan's enthusiasm for Metal Gear and Drew's willingness to accept how crazy those games get certainly piques my interest in more MGS content. Seeing their reactions to all of the cut scenes and story would be great, but I could see watching the actual gameplay part of it becoming tedious.
Thanks for the replies! I'll likely give the save file conversion a try, and in the case that that fails, look through some of the save states on reddit. If all else fails I can just pick up season 1 on pc cheap and play through it again.
Back when season 1 was released I played through the entirety of it on Xbox 360. I have yet to play any of season 2 due to one major problem: I don't want to play this game on the Xbox 360. The performance can be absolutely terrible at times and the game visually looks better on the PC.
The focus on choice and continuity has prevented me from already making the jump to PC. I don't know if I want to play season 2 if I can't carry over the state of the world from season 1 and 400 Days Later (even if those choices have little to no impact). So here's my question: is there anyway that I can transfer decisions/choose them again without replaying season 1?
Now I'm no Call of Duty hater, but haha, what? Sure, it wasn't bad as far as video game stories go, but there are far better examples of game stories/endings. That's the problem with having the general public voting on 'best of' categories for entire mediums. Only a very small percentage of those who have voted will have experienced all of the contenders and be capable of fairly judging them. It's just another popularity contest.
I never order pizza so I can't say for that, but as for the haircut I tip $5 for a $15 cut