So I have very vague memories of playing this old game at a relative's house. This was before I owned any consoles besides a shitty old Windows 95 Pentium PC (those were the days) and the only games I had were like Riven and Myst. This game must have come out about 10 years ago and I played it on their old PC when I was staying over at their house. They definitely weren't gamers (they're pretty computer illiterate) and I was just in the Games section of Windows, if I remember correctly. Pretty sure this was close to the launch of XP... again, I apologize, memory is extremely vague. What I remember is that it was like a Wipeout-style racing game, where you're racing futuristic vehicles (although I don't seem to recall them being Wipeout style ships) in futuristic-urban style tracks with techno music in a "electronic" Wipeout style looking setting. I seem to remember something about the ships/cars looking like discs? Jesus, it's been a while. I seem to only recall there being like one track. Maybe it was a demo.
I know they didn't custom build a PC so I think it was like a Gateway or HP. Maybe it was preloaded software? Anyway, thanks in advance, if you have any suggestions or help. I'll do my best to answer any questions but it's like a distant dream now, hard to recall.
In other nostalgic news, I managed to ID this gem:
This was the shit.
Thanks for the help, this is going to drive me crazy!
Hear me out. You start the new game as Desmond (very, very briefly) , with the early twist being that you are someone in the Animus reliving Desmond's experiences as an assassin. You then do all sorts of neat future assassin stuff.
That's the premise of the next generation graphical updates. You play as a guy reliving Desmonds reliving of all his ancestors.