Arteen's forum posts

#1 Posted by Arteen (12 posts) -

@Totori said:

@believer258: Well I would not go to the store and ask for AC5, but it is true that it's the 5th game.

1) Assassin's Creed

2) Assassin's Creed: Altair Chronicles

3) Assassin's Creed II

4) Assassin's Creed: Bloodlines

5) Assassin's Creed II: Discovery

6) Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood

7) Assassin's Creed: Revelations

#2 Posted by Arteen (12 posts) -

My 360 achievements stopped updating a few weeks ago, but I can report that they're finally updating again.

#3 Edited by Arteen (12 posts) -

@sdornan said:

@Arteen: If it's been stuck on building for longer than a couple hours - especially months - remove the account/character and re-add it and it should fix itself.

I tried deleting and adding the accounts a few times, to no success. But after taking off both accounts and waiting a day or so before trying again, they added just fine. And I can confirm that my 360 achievements are coming in daily, too.

#4 Posted by Arteen (12 posts) -

My 360 achievements just updated, finally. Achievement tracking for newer games is bugged, though. More than three people have played Sonic Generations:

http://www.giantbomb.com/sonic-generations/61-34833/achievements/

My WoW achievements are 'still building', as they have been for months.

#5 Edited by Arteen (12 posts) -

Any word on WoW achievements? I added two characters to my GB account weeks ago, and they're still in the "Check back later. Still Building..." phase. And as with everyone else, my Xbox achievements aren't updating properly. Arkham City has yet to show up as a played game.

#6 Posted by Arteen (12 posts) -

Same.  I got seven new achievements in Backbreaker, only one of which I actually earned.   Now I'm only 1 achievement away from an S-rank.

#7 Posted by Arteen (12 posts) -
@Jimbo said:
" Can you play Lair and Kasumi after finishing the game, or do you have to play them during a playthrough of the main game? "
You can play all of the DLC after you beat the game.
 
I'd recommend Kasumi, then Shadow Broker, then Overlord.  Kasumi provides a whole new squadmate and a new weapon, which enhances the game overall.  Shadow Broker's combat gets repetitive, but has great dialogue and gives you some cool extras at the end, like the ability to re-spec your squadmates.  Overlord is a lot of fun, but it's very much a stand-alone mission that doesn't advance the Mass Effect storyline as a whole, so it's the most skippable of the bunch, but still worth a purchase if you just can't get enough Mass Effect.
#8 Posted by Arteen (12 posts) -

I always thought stasis was a somewhat worthless power in Mass Effect 1, but I found it invaluable in ME2, since the combat is so much deeper that being able to incapacitate a single enemy for a short while (and bypassing shields, armor and barriers) makes a world of difference.

#9 Posted by Arteen (12 posts) -

Well, that's disappointing.   I'm completely uninterested in Elite 11.